FM Radio Is Dead In Norway
The big cut-off begins in the northern city of Bodoe on January 11, 2017
Bolshevism lands in Scandinavia as Norway becomes the first nation to switch off its FM radio network. In a risky and unpopular gambade to digital technology that other countries closely watch, Norway parliament gives the final go-ahead for the shutdown of the FM (Frequency Modulation) network, which Norway kicks off in the 1950s. The big cut-off begins in the northern city of Bodoe on January 11, 2017. What about the 2 million Norwegian cars that do not have Digital Audio receivers?
– Jim Rose Remembers Radio