NABA Initiative to Enable FM Radio in Smartphones Approved by ITU May 24 2017 / Toronto, ON, Canada – NABA Initiative to Enable FM Radio in Smartphones Approved by ITU The North American Broadcasters Association (NABA) led a successful effort to … Continue reading
May 16th, 2017 – Toronto City Council debates the FM Chip activation with the hope to: Requests the City Manager to write the major smartphone manufacturers, and copy the major mobile phone service providers that service Toronto (Bell, Rogers, Telus, … Continue reading
PILOT has observed the activation of FM reception capabilities in popular smartphones since 2012, and has reported its findings throughout the period. When our analysis began, the percentage of smartphones with FM reception capability was in the single digits. In … Continue reading
NABA has just released the latest numbers around FM Chip activation and adoption across North America. Check the link out here: http://www.nabanet.com/nabaweb/committees/radio-fm-chip-in-smartphone-data.asp
NEWS RELEASE Media Contact: Maura Kautsky 317-684-8336 Mkautsky@NextRadioApp.com NextRadio Expands Into Canada Indianapolis, IN. – July 6, 2016. On July 1, 2016 the NextRadio® app went live in the Google Play store in Canada allowing over a million consumers with FM … Continue reading
Here is a running list of what we have discovered (Updated May 16 2017) Toronto Metro – Toronto City Council http://www.metronews.ca/news/toronto/2017/05/16/city-to-push-for-fm-radio-on-phones.html CBC Radio 1 and Toronto City Council Exec http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/fm-smartphones-toronto-1.4116424 CFJC Today – The future of smart radios http://www.cfjctoday.com/column/562684/future-smart-radios FFC looks to … Continue reading
Tuesday, May 24, 2016 National Campus and Community Radio Association Starts Free Radio On My Phone Campaign Unlocking the power of the FM Chip, already installed in most android smartphones Ontario…Major Canadian telecommunication and mobile companies have blocked access … Continue reading
Our friends at Broadcaster Magazine have done a detailed article about the FM Chip, learn more about it here from their website.