Supported by Encompass, DRM also known as Digital Radio Mondial – an international digital radio standard designed by broadcasters in cooperation with transmitter and receiver manufacturers. Using a similar technology to DAB, it is a high-quality digital replacement for analogue radio broadcasting such as medium wave and shortwave. When used on traditional shortwave frequencies, DRM can deliver multiple high-quality audio services over long distances and cover very wide areas using just a single transmitter. DRM also allows the transmission of data alongside the audio content, or multiple transmissions (such as different languages), on a single frequency.
Digital Radio Mondiale
World Radio Network
Catch the latest in news, programming, music and more from around the world.
The World Radio Network can be received from direct-to-home satellites, cable TV, internet
audio streams and some local radio affiliates, as well as via the TuneIn phone app.