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Digital radio policy in Canada has moved from a position of seeking to migrate all radio broadcasting onto a single digital transmission system (Eureka-147) to a multi-platform, cross-media and multimedia approach. The most recent digital radio policy of 2006 suggests a range of new possibilities for radio broadcasting, including multimedia broadcasting, but as a result has compromised the early adoption of the Eureka-147 standard. This paper contrasts the different policy contexts of 1995 and 2006 and argues that the competing technological options for digital audio delivery now pose significant dilemmas for broadcasters and policy makers.
O'Neill, B.:Digital Radio Policy in Canada: From Analog Replacement to Multimedia Convergence. Journal of Radio & Audio Media, Vol. 15, Issue 1, pages 26 - 40. doi:10.1080/19376520801978126