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Centre government is planning to revamp ‘All India Radio’ officially known as ‘Akashvani’ by introducing Digital Radio in India by 2024, when the country will be technologically-equipped for it. The announcement in this regard was made by Union Information and Broadcasting (I&B) Minister Prakash Javadekar at the 2019 Akashvani Annual Awards in New Delhi. Significance ..
While addressing the annual Akashvani Awards function in New Delhi on Tuesday, 24th December 25, 2019, the Union Minister of Information & Broadcasting and of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Prakash Javadekar informed that the Government of India is committed to its plan to revamp Akashvani, and for that, the Digital Radio will be introduced ..
Norway has become the first country in the world to shut down national broadcasts of its Frequency Modulation (FM) network by completing its transition to digital radio. The transition, which began on January 2017, allows for better sound quality and more channels and functions at an eighth of the cost of FM radio. The digital ..
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