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Saturday, 20th April 2002
Digital Radio is dead - long live DAB Digital Radio.

The Digital Radio Development Bureau has unveiled its new identity for DAB Digital Radio, which members, manufacturers and advertisers across the country will be able to use.

The new logo replaces the former "Digital Radio" logo seen below, left. The new DAB Digital Radio marque enables brand consistency for all future promotion. The logo will not, however, feature on digital radio products as another worldwide DAB logo already exists for this purpose.


old Digital Radio logo
Show me the logo: the brand new DAB digital radio logo can be seen at the DRDB website. This is the older version.                            

The new DAB Digital Radio logo can be seen at the DRDB website.

In separate news, Aberdeenshire can now tune in to the national commercial digital radio services, thanks to a new transmitter at Stonehaven. The new transmitter allows reception of the national Digital One services from Arbroath to Peterhead, taking in other towns such as Ellon, Banchory, Montrose and Brechin. Aberdeen is also covered by the new transmitter, which was switched on April 16th.

Listeners in the Colne Valley in Lancashire can also switch on to national commercial digital radio, as Digital One's national stations can now be heard in the area. The transmitter was powered up on April 4th.

Related links:
Digital One website
Digital Radio Development Bureau (DRDB) website

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to highlight information about the new technology.

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