-The citizens of the north kept hold to their radio habits and followed radio on to digital platforms.In a major technology shift people need time to make the transition, and that’s why we see a decline.People don't tend to go on ‘dates' with complete strangers but instead often get to know someone who's already in their circle or the friend of a friend, and then it ‘just happens' and they decide to go out together alone. There aren't too many rigid rules, either: "In the Netherlands there are no set rules – you might do all or nothing on the first or tenth date," and, "the timescale between the first date and having sex in France could be anything from 20 years to 20 seconds," said European expats.In France, Germany and Belgium, it's common for the man to ask a woman out, but in Switzerland, the men can be a little reserved so women might want to give them a nudge.We expect this to stabilize in the time to come, says Ole Jørgen Torvmark, General manager of Digitalradio Norway (DRN). Two months after the FM switch-off 64 percent of inhabitants in the region of Nordland listen to radio – compared to 74 percent before.Kantar TNS has surveyed listening after the first FM extinction.
If you're interested in someone, maintain eye contact – if you aren't, don't.
-77 percent of household had at least one DAB-radios before switch-off, and ownership has increased significantly.
14,000 car owners have updated to DAB in the car the last two months.
14,000 vehicles upgraded after switch-off The survey also shows that many have acquired a DAB-radio the last months.
By now, at least one 85 percent of all households in Nordland, has one DAB-radio or more.
Kantar TNS conducts all listener surveys for radio.