Norway will become the first country to scrap FM radio after it announced final plans to switch to digital radio in the next two years.
The government said in a statement that it will make the transition to Digital Audio Broadcasting by 2017, following up on a 2011 government proposal. It will be the first country to do away entirely with FM radio, The Verge reports.
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