04/12/2006

Ofcom advertises DAB national radio multiplex licence | Ofcom

Ofcom advertises DAB national radio multiplex licence | Ofcom

Last week Ofcom started the process for a new UK wide (and Isle of Mann) DAB multiplex.

Consideration will need to be given to interference in coastal areas and Northern Ireland. Countries that may be affected are France, Netherlands and the Republic of Ireland.

Initially, some coastal areas in southern and south-eastern England, as well as parts of Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and parts of west Wales will not be able to receive this multiplex.

The closing date for the receipt of applications is 3.00 p.m. on 28 March 2007. A non-refundable fee of £50,000 will be payable for each application submitted.

So any budding radio operators - ged bidding for a new license.
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