If you're a fan of FM Radio, you may want to consider moving - if you live in Norway. In 2017, FM Radio will be killed in their country and replaced with "DAB" and Digital Radio. They claim that Radio is here to stay, but frequency modulation is so analog. This is the first country to give it a try - and with such a small country, it may work. Countries like Canada that are spread over a 6,900km drive from coast to coast are a different beast.
Thursday, the Ministry of Culture announced a national FM-switch off, to complete the transition to digital radio. Norway is making an historical move into a new radio era, being the first country in the world to decide upon an analogue switch-off for all major radio channels.