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March 20th
Snapshot updated of the Australian ensemble DAB+ Brisbane 1. Since the previous snapshot, taken last month, the service 4TAB ONE has been relabelled Radio TAB. The service 4TAB TWO has been relabelled 4TAB 2 and running at half the previous bitrate. A 4TAB 3 has popped up, running at 32 kbit/s in DAB+ and making use of the capacity released by the other service.

March 19th
Two new services have popped up on Trial Portsmouth. CelticMusicRadio is broadcasting in DAB+ at 24 kbit/s. A new Test Channel has popped up, running in DAB+ at 24 kbit/s. The service that had previously been labelled Test Channel has been relabelled Weather24/7Radio. The existing service 60s has dropped from 64 to 32 kbit/s. Snapshot updated. The number of services on this ensemble is expected to rise to 24 in the near future.

March 19th
According to an announcement on the website of broadcaster FFH, the German ensemble HESSEN SÜD is expected to migrate from Block 11C to 12C on April 2nd at 13:00.

March 19th
Snapshots of the Danish ensembles DAB2 OE and NivaaDAB updated.

March 18th
On the Monaco ensemble MCR1, the service R.MARIA FRANCE is running with a changed SId and has dropped to 56 kbit/s mono DAB+.

March 18th
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission has approved the digital access rights undertakings given by Joint Venture Companies in respect of forthcoming commercial multiplexes that they will operate in Canberra, Darwin and Hobart respectively. The ACCC's role in this is to ensure that broadcasters are granted access to digital radio multiplex transmission services on reasonable terms and conditions and ensure that licensees do not discriminate anti-competitively between broadcasters. The Decision Paper reveals that the trial licences for Canberra and Darwin are being extended to July 31st 2019. New transmission equipment for Canberra is expected to be delivered in June with a planned start-up date of July 1st. Darwin was expected to begin testing mid-March. The trial licence extensions permit a comfortable overlap between the trial broadcasts and the forthcoming official public service. Hobart has recently completed testing. Darwin and Hobart are expected to be ready to begin broadcasting once the media regulator has set a start-up date.

March 18th
On Trial Bristol, the services Cyber Hot Hits and Cyber Rock have ceased. At the present time, Cyber Gold is still broadcasting on Trial Norwich.

March 18th
On the Danish ensemble DAB2 OE, the services DR P4 Fyn and DR P4 København have switched to the lower bitrate of 80 kbit/s. Now all five versions of DR P4 on this ensemble are running at the same bitrate.

March 18th
On the Danish ensemble NivaaDAB, the DAB+ service NRJ DK has been relabelled ENERGY (NRJ) and is now running at the higher bitrate of 96 kbit/s.