The days when radio listeners had to position their antennas at odd angles just to listen to the news without interference are long past. Or when they had to impatiently wait for the host to please reveal the name of the song or at least the artist afterwards. And remember this: Radio listeners used to have to physically sit in front of the radio if they didn’t want to miss something. These times are almost over, and that’s good news. Because digital radio is being fine-tuned in Austria, more specifically in Vienna. The second test phase for Digital Audio Broadcasting+ (DAB+) – as it is officially called – began in 2015, and RADIO MAX has now also joined the trials. With a programme that is audibly different.