There has been little recent activity from the national domestic service (Radio Nacional Espana) other than a short test on mobile reception of DRM from a RNE transmitter on 1359 kHz outside Madrid.
The commercial network COPE was considering testing DRM on 1269 kHz but nothing has been reported. 1269 kHz is a multi-transmitter network so perhaps it has proved difficult or too costly to convert it to a DRM based Single Frequency Network.
SER tested a Multi-Channel Simulcast on 1251/1260 kHz.
REE has being using DRM to Europe since 2007 in the morning and recently (B12 season) added another transmission. REE now transmits in DRM to Europe from 0500 - 1300 UTC on 9780 --> 15585 --> 13720 kHz. The Noblejas transmitter puts a powerful signal into western Europe but can be erratic from time to time. REE also has converted two transmitters at the Cariari relay station in Costa Rica and transmits to both South (0000-0100) and Central America (0000-0200). All programmes are in Spain's own languages. REE has retained transmissions in DRM even as they cancel ones in AM.