Cibicom has been with us since 1925
The story of Cibicom as an organization begins with the first radio broadcasts in Denmark.
|1854||The Telegraph service is established in connection with the first Danish telegraph line from Helsingør over Copenhagen and finally in Altona (Danish until 1864).|
|1902||Blaavand Lighthouse is equipped with the first coastal radio system (powered by the Navy)|
|1907||First wireless telephony is conducted from Lyngby Radio in Gladsaxe, by Peter L. Jensen. P. O. Pedersen and Valdemar Poulsen have set up Lyngby Radio as a private radio trial station.|
|1908||OXA is set up by the Navy as the naval radio station, but it gets the same connection to the Danish telegraph and can be used by private ships.|
|1917||The Telegraph service acquires Blåvand Radio at the same time as the acquisition of Lyngby Radio. The Telegraph service takes over all technical work on wireless communication in Denmark as a result of the Telecommunications Act of 1907.|
|1923||The first Radiophony trial for "Denmark's Radio Club" is carried out by Lyngby Radio by the telegraph service with a Lorenz bow transmitter, normally used for telephony to Bornholm.|
|1925||The state radiophony broadcasts for the first time on April 1 with the soul Chamber singer Emil Holm in the lead.|
|And with the creation of Radio Service under the Post & Telegraph service, the foundation of Cibicom was a reality.|
|1927||The two governmental organizations - the Postal Service and the Telegraph Service are merged into one entity, the P&T (Post & Telegrafvæsnet).|
|1948||The danish actress Lily Broberg presents Denmark's first television show during a major television show in Tivoli, visited by more than 100,000 Danes.|
|1950||Statsradiofonien gets its own technical department. This will take over the engineers who were previously employed by P&T.
The transmission up to the transmitters and their operation is still handled by P&T Radioteknisk Service.
|1951||The radio uses FM broadcasting technology and receives two radio channels: Program 1 and 2.|
|1955||The Gladsaxe transmitter is inaugurated with ministerial speech, and most of Zealand can now watch TV.
At the end of the year the TV broadcast mast on Fyn is also ready.
|1956||The television station Søsterhøj at Aarhus is inaugurated.|
|1957||Southern Jutland gets its own Rangstrup transmitter.|
|1958||A TV broadcaster opens at Aalborg and Holstebro|
|1959||Statsradiofonien changes its name to Denmark's Radio (later DR). The penultimate TV broadcast mast is ready at Næstved.|
|1960||Bornholm gets a television broadcast mast, and thus the whole country is covered by television.|
|1987||The Post & Telegraph service is closed down and its telephone services, including international telephony, are transferred to the State Telecommunications Service.|
|1988||TV2 will be airing in Denmark on October 1 as a partly commercial-financed public service competitor for Denmark's Radio. A brand new television network is being built for this purpose.|
|1990||The State Telecommunications Service changes its name to Telecom A/S.|
|At the end of the year, the parliament decides to establish Tele Denmark and P & T's broadcast organization becomes a branch in Tele Denmark.|
|1998||Tele Danmark (TDC) is sold to Ameritech and the broadcast organization is separated into an independent company BSD (Broadcast Service Denmark) located in Taastrup, which is jointly owned by DR and TV2.|
|2009||BSD establishes a new nationwide digital television network and the analogue TV signal is closed in Denmark.|
|2010||Teracom Group AB acquires Broadcast Service Danmark A/S, including all masts, properties and fiber networks of DR and TV2|
|2015||Teracom A/S wins the task of digitizing the Coastal Radio (formerly Lyngby Radio) and takes over the technical operation and monitoring of the emergency radio system for the Danish territorial sea.|
|2017||Through its subsidiary Digital Radio Teracom A/S, Teracom wins the rights to establish and operate a new nationwide commercial digital radio network - called DAB block 1 - which broadcasts in the new DAB+ format.
The company will be renamed Digital Radio Cibicom A/S in 2018.
|2018||Teracom establishes the first national IoT network in Denmark based on LoRaWAN technology, using its 35 high transmitters.
Teracom A/S in Denmark is sold at the end of the year to Agilitas (UK) and changes its name to Cibicom A/S.
Cibicom A/S purchases Relacom's Danish activities at the beginning of the year.
Cibicom upgrades the nationwide digital television network to the DVB-T2 standard and make room for the 5G mobile network on 700 MHz frequency band. The intire upgrade operation is done in less that 24 hours.