In a world first, Norway has switched off its FM radio service, but not everyone is celebrating the move to digital. Despite government orders, Svein Larsen, CEO of Radio Metro and the chairman of the Norwegian Local Radio Association, has continued to broadcast on FM in Oslo. Officials say the move to digital will save money. Ole Torvmark, the head of Digital Radio Norway, was confident people would embrace the switch and said it would allow for more radio stations. But broadcaster Svein Larsen isn't convinced.