Australia got a policy about digital radio in 1998, but no digital radio services. Then it got another policy in 2005. In January next year, it will finally get digital radio services, 14 years after the UK. But one of the biggest commercial radio operators there has just announced it is quitting the medium. In its view, Digital Audio Broadcasting [DAB] “is not an economically viable platform for the Company”. Read the entire article by Jock Given Here