Radio, the oldest form of electronic broadcasting, has been described as the last medium to go digital. Yet developments have been underway for over twenty years to create new technologies and digital platforms for the transmission of radio in digital form. O'Neill presents detailed studies of the development of Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB), successes and failures in digital radio implementation, and future scenarios for radio in a fully converged media environment. Essays address the fact that radio now stands at a crossroads in its development, and question whether it has a viable future or whether it will converge with other forms of multimedia and audiovisual media services.Goode, M. M. H. (2002), a#39;Predicting consumer satisfaction from CD playersa#39;, Journal Of Consumer Behaviour, 1: 4, pp. 323-335. Hansman, H., C. H. Mulder and R. Verhoeff (1999), aquot;The Adoption of the Compact Disk Player: An Event History ... Pohlman, K. C. (1992), The compact disc handbook. ... Sterne, J. (2006) , a#39;The mp3 as cultural artifacta#39;, New Media Society, 8: 5, pp. ... Stokes, A. (1998), a#39; The Arcam Alpha Ten DAB Tunera#39;, http://www.mb21.co.uk/ether.net/radio/ alpha lO.shtml.
|Title||:||Digital Radio in Europe|
|Publisher||:||Intellect L & D E F A E - 2010|