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Great offers on DAB digital radios at participating retailers
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Great offers on DAB digital radios at participating retailers

Life's always better when the radio's on. And with a DAB digital radio, it can be even better.

Right now, you'll find great deals on new DAB digital radios at participating retailers  - John Lewis & Partners, Currys, Amazon, and eBay.

Offers are available from Saturday 12 October until Friday 25 October 2019.

Digital radio gives you so much more to enjoy with extra stations and great features such as easy search and tune, digital quality sound, and in some cases Bluetooth and internet-enabled features.

There are now over 50 stations available on DAB in most of the country, including all your favourite stations and extra digital stations. To see a full list of all the stations available where your are, use our station checker.

So don't miss out. Switch to digital radio and make life even better this Autumn.

Look for the Digital Radio Tick Mark on approved products. It means the radio includes DAB and DAB+.

For details of the offers available, look in store, or visit the retailers' websites by clicking on the store name in blue below.

John Lewis & Partners

More radio, in your car

Enjoy digital radio in your car whether you’re buying a new vehicle or upgrading your existing one.

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Google and eBay announced for Drive to Digital 2019
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Google and eBay announced for Drive to Digital 2019

Internet giants, Google and eBay, have joined the speaker line-up for Drive to Digital 2019, the annual free conference for the digital radio and audio industry and supply chain, sponsored by Arqiva, which takes place on Wednesday 30 October 2019, from 1-6pm, at The British Library.

Steve Henn, Content Strategy Lead, News on Assistant, Google, and Tilda Molho, Trading Director, Electricals & Home Entertainment, eBay, join the agenda to share their insights and approach to the new audio market.

The full agenda for Drive to Digital 2019 is now confirmed and delivers a diverse range of expert speakers who will share their insights and perspective on the radio and audio landscape, covering the key areas of consumers, content, cars, technology and audio on demand. 

Other leading speakers on technology and the new audio market include Simon Bryant, Director of Research, Futuresource Consulting, and Diane Fuller, Sales and Marketing Director, Roberts Radio.

In an exciting new addition to the Audio on Demand line up, comedian and writer, Sadia Azmat, joins the panel to talk about her critically acclaimed podcast No Country for Young Women.

John Dash, CEO of Radio Academy will introduce this year’s ReelWorld Radio Academy 30 Under 30 along with 30 Under 30 alumni Reece Parkinson, BBC Radio 1Xtra and Abbie McCarthy, BBC Music Introducing.

Drive to Digital 2019 will be chaired by Penny Smith, leading radio and TV presenter. Penny is joined by a line-up of over 30 exciting speakers, including: Iain Dale, LBC; Caroline Beasley, Beasley Broadcast Group; Ric Blaxill, Bauer Media; Lee Clayton, talkSPORT; Michael Carr, BBC 5 live and sports extra; Tony Lit MBE, Sunrise Radio; Belinda Doyle, JACK Radio; Charmaine Noble-Mclean, Premier Christian Radio; Steve Ackerman, Somethin' Else; Iain Macintosh, Muddy Knees Media; Leanne Ali, In-Clued Consulting; Matt Deegan, British Podcast Awards; Kurt Dusterhoff, SBD Automotive; Kevin Nolan, Strategy Analytics; Ben Poor, EBU; and many more. See the full agenda here.

Ford Ennals, CEO, Digital Radio UK, said:

“We are really looking forward to Drive to Digital 2019. It’s an important time for the radio and audio industry and we have an incredibly diverse group of expert speakers sharing their insights on the new audio landscape - from two of the world’s biggest companies and the UK’s biggest broadcasters to a start-up digital station and new podcasters. We can’t wait!”

The conference will be followed by a drinks reception from 6 - 7.30pm hosted and sponsored by DTS Connected Radio.

Event details:
When: Wednesday 30 October. Registration from 12pm. Conference start 1pm
Where: The British Library Knowledge Centre, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB
How: Reserve your free place here. Few places remain!

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