Vaizey 'won't be pushed on DAB switchover date'

Tom Pakinkis

Minister for Culture Communication and Creative Industries Ed Vaizey has reiterated that a date for a digital radio switchover in the UK won’t be rushed, adding that the format can work in tandem with FM and small stations won’t be required to go digital.

“Let me make it clear. I am a fan of digital radio and I think digital radio is the future but my criteria has always been about coverage,” he said in the House of Commons yesterday. ...

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