DAB logos

The DAB family of the standards are the digital radio standards of choice for Europe and across much of the Asia Pacific Region.

Strong branding ensures the fast take up of the technology, below is information on the industry logos used in the promoting the technology as well as the country specific branding for different markets.

DAB/DAB+ patent information 

 

DAB logo: The DAB logo is managed by Philips, which licenses intellectual property relating to the DAB digital radio standard on behalf of the DAB patent pool. Use of the logo on DAB and DAB+ receivers is only allowed for receivers which are licensed by Philips for the DAB patent pool. Use of the logo on general promotional material for DAB and DAB+ is permitted, provided it does not feature or refer to any product which is not licensed by Philips.
 

DAB+ logo: DAB+, an upgraded version of DAB, is currently on-air and the number of products available in the market is growing. Australia the largest market where DAB+ is on-air has a strong country specific logo (see below). Use of the DAB+ logo is licensed by Philips under the same terms as the DAB logo (see above).

 

National logos

DAB Digital Radio Trademarks, United Kingdom: In the UK the 'digital radio' logo is used by the industry on products, packaging, consumer literature and point of sale (POS). This is a trademarked logo available with a free licence and is already used by major DAB digital radio manufacturing brands and consumer electronics retailers. © DigitalRadioUK. 
For further information about the Tick Mark visit the Digital Radio UK website here.  
 

Digital Radio Plus, Australia: A distinctive audio and visual logo has been designed for use in promoting the DAB+ standard in Australia. This brand is based around the 'Plus' (+) device and acts as a constant mnemonic in all visual media (TV, Print, POS, Online) and an audio mnemonic which will identify the brand on Radio, TV and online. The strap line 'Its Radio as you know it - Plus' aims to reassure listeners that digital radio offers all the known and loved features of radio, plus more choice, and more funtionality. Used in both industry and third party communications such as retailer and radio ads and point of sale etc. For further information on the terms and  condistions (should be conditions) of use of this brand please go to the Digital Radio Plus website.

Digital Radio Austria

Digital Radio Austria: Digital Radio Austria is an initiative to develop the media genre radio, which is supported by the Association of the electrical and electronics industry, together with research institutions, private radio operators, manufacturers and dealers. The club members have set themselves the goal of establishing digital radio in Austria. For more information please visit, http://www.digitalradio-oesterreich.com/.

DigitalRadio, Italy: Italian digital radio stakeholders and local and national private service providers decided to invest heavily in digital radio coverage and promotion. Since the launch and continued network roll out of services the benefits of DAB+ digital radio have been communicated via the DigitalRadio brand which has already been successfully used in Switzerland and in Germany. Under a common license concept of no profit use, Italy also have adopted the logo and branding to promote and raise awareness of digital radio to consumers and spread the message that DAB+ digital radio. For more information visit  www.digitalradio.it

Iniative Digital Radio Deutschland

Digital Radio Germany: In Germany the 'Digitalradio (DAB+)' logo is used by the industry on products, packaging, consumer literature and point of sale (POS). This is a trademarked logo available with a free licence and is used by major DAB digital radio manufacturing brands and consumer electronics retailers. For further information about the logo contact presse@digitalradio.de.

Digital Radio NL

Digital Radio Netherlands: Digital Radio NL is a collaboration between the Dutch Public Broadcasting (NPO), nine national commercial radio licensees (VH11C), the Ministry of Economic Affairs and, since July 17, 2015 Regional Broadcasting Foundation Consultation and Cooperation (ROOS) since 2013. http://digitalradio.nl/

 

Digitalradio Norge AS, Norway: Digitalradio Norge is working for the transition from analogue to digital radio in Norway. Behind this organisation are both public and commercial broadcasters. In the process moving from analogue to digital, Digitalradio Norge AS will also be an information partner for all parties involved, making sure everyone takes the maximum benefit from the upcoming shift in technology. 

WorldDAB

 

WorldDAB: This is the official logo of WorldDAB, which our members can use for promotional material. To receive a high-res file of the logo, please email projectoffice@worlddab.org