FM radio broadcasters are opposing WorldSpace's proposal to offer hybrid satellite/terrestrial mobile radio service in India. The radio industry association wants India's Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to deny a terrestrial repeater license for the digital audio radio (DARS) service, which WorldSpace wants to roll out by the second half of this year. India is one of three markets, along with China and Western Europe, targeted for expansion by WorldSpace following an initial public ...

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