Saturday, July 09, 2011

UK: Government still won’t commit to digital radio switchover date

The Government has refrained from committing to a digital radio switchover date, originally tabled for 2015, saying the decision to move away from FM is still two years away. Ed Vaizey, the Minister for Culture, Communications and the Creative Industries, has refused to commit to a digital radio switchover date, saying that the decision will not be made until 2013. Talking in London at the annual Intellect technology conference, the event where Vaizey first announced the digital radio switchover action plan a year ago, he said: "We will make the decision [about digital radio switchover] in 2013 whether we will go ahead in 2015 or delay.

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