Norway is Going to Kill FM Radio in 2017. Kill. It. Dead.

By Shane Alexander at Geeks&Beats

Get ready, Norway. Your favourite FM radio station will go dark in 2017 when you move to Digital Audio Broadcasting.

The changeover from FM radio to DAB will start in Norway on January 11, 2017 and conclude in December, the Norwegian government announced Wednesday. Norway follows UK in digital radio switchover.

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