(Source: RadioWorld via Dan Robinson)
The move from AM and FM transmitters to DRM+ technology is currently underway in Pakistan, according to a recent report from Radio Pakistan.
With DRM technology, Radio Pakistan will be able to air three channels from a single transmitter, as well as provide listeners with access to text services.[…]
Read full article at Radio World online.
(Source: Radio Pakistan News via Mike Barraclough)
“Director General, Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation, Samina Parvez has said two new short wave transmitters are being installed enabling listeners in Europe to tune in Radio Pakistan.
Speaking at a function organized by newly-elected CBA of Radio Pakistan, USO at Broadcasting House in Islamabad on Thursday, she said a shortwave transmitter was recently revived as a result of which programmes are now clearly being listened in the held Valley.
She appreciated the tireless efforts of PBC staff, who rebuilt the PBC Station Muzaffarabad that was devastated by 2005 earthquake. The engineers of the organization restored transmission at Turbat station in spite of difficult situation. Besides, a transmitter has also been installed at PBC Hyderabad and broadcasts from this transmission can be listened as far as Dubai.
The Director General said that digitization of precious voice treasure is underway that is making it possible to hear old and rare voices and programmes on latest gadgets like YouTube.
She said the income of Radio Pakistan increased this year by 150 million rupees due to the efforts of the sales department.
Secretary General USO assured the management full cooperation of workers for the revival and betterment of the organization.”