U.K.'s Absolute Radio Pulls dabbl Digital Station Off Air
August 26, 2010 at 4:03 AM (PT)
The U.K.'s ABSOLUTE RADIO has pulled its DABBL interactive digital radio station off the air for retooling, reports THE GUARDIAN. The station, with an eclectic format determined by listener requests, had been airing on DAB in LONDON and SOUTH WALES.
On its blog, the company said that DABBL is "going back into the lab for further experimentation" and "The Labs team have a lot more ideas for DABBL, so for now the radio station bit is taking a break whilst we can experiment with how dabbl can continue to democratise the playlist. DABBL will return, long live the revolution!"