(Source: RadioInfo via Kris Partridge)
11th January 2017 is a historic day for the medium of radio.
Norway becomes the first country in the world to move towards fully digital radio transmissions. As a result of this, the national FM network will be switched off.
The FM networks will be switched off region by region, starting in Nordland 11th January. The event will take place in Bodø and the final switch-off will be done at 11.11 pm CET.
The heads of NRK radio and commercial radio will be in Bodø to represent the Norwegian radio industry. Also, head of BBC radio, Helen Boaden, and head of radio at EBU, Graham Dixon, will attend.
An international seminar for European broadcasters will be held the day before the historic move to FM switch-off and an international press-conference will be broadcast on radio.no at 2 pm CET.
The final program will be published nearer to the event.
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