IDAG is a non-profit organization that promotes, facilitates and coordinates DMB initiatives around the world. This includes DAB, DAB+ and additional services. IDAG is an organization that has a content and services related viewpoint, something that is also reflected by the member companies. Its members are primarily broadcasters and DMB/DAB+ network owners.


IDAGs main focuses are on broadcasted radio and television content and additional services via both DMB/DAB/DAB+ and the internet. A main goal is to better combine DMB/DAB/DAB+ with interactive services. This calls for a wide range of attractive receivers, something IDAG works hard to accomplish.


IDAG combines the forces of its members, making everyones voice stronger and more likely to be heard. The more active members we manage to get together, the more countries we represent, the easier it will be to get attractive terminals to market and to introduce functional and revenue generating apps and services on them.


Are you interested in joining IDAG?

The membership fee is only 2,000 Euro per year. That is money you will save on member benefits and services.  

You can find an application form here.


Advantages IDAG


  • Belonging to an international organization with members from many countries instead of standing "on your own." 
  • Exchange of information from within the industries.
  • Collaboration on business models, marketing strategies, etc. 
  • Engagement in coordinated marketing efforts.
  • Possibility to take part in roaming services, i.e. for traffic, with corresponding revenues.
  • Access to APIs/SDKs from various device manufacturers.
  • Access to a centralized CAS system, dramatically cutting costs.
  • Distribution support for devices where software based CAS is already enabled.
  • Increased purchasing power for devices, cutting costs and increasing availability.
  • Discounts on attractive DMB/DAB+ receivers. 
  • Having one voice towards politicians, bureaucracy, device manufacturers and others.
  • Development of services that combine broadcasting and the internet.
  • Access to a range of presentations and presentation material.
  • Access to expertise from a range of relevant industries.
  • Being associated with an organization that frequently presents at relevant conferences around the world.