Update: The Brits Still Don’t Have An All Digital Date

There was rumours that the date was going to be 2018, however the British culture minister, Ed Vaizey, in a speech made yesterday,  had a different idea:

“The radio listener will get a much better service, and better functionality. There will be far more choice, with many more stations. The UK is at the forefront of developments in digital radio. This package of measures is intended to cement this and herald in a digital age, as and when the consumer is ready.”

Roughly, this supposedly translates to: big radio wants this to move forward, so does the BBC, but the people who vote for us would stop doing so (see comments to this article)

-The Copy Writer-

Related: A Step Forward: England Determines A Date For Digital Switch-Over

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