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Norway FM Radio Signals Start Going Off Air as Country Goes Digital

Newsmax Wednesday, 11 January 2017
By the end of 2017, Norway will become the first country to turn off all its national FM radio transmitters, switching to digital audio instead of the FM analog signal.
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Norway has become the first country in the world to begin switching off its FM radio network. For the moment the scheme applies only to northern Nordland, but the whole country will be digital by the end of the year. The government says DAB radio will save money, allow more broadcasters, and sound...

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