Archive for April, 2004
8am Wednesday 5th May 2004, Liverpool will get a brand new radio station for four weeks.
A bunch of insane rock music fans will be playing rock tunes all day and night, as well as bringing you the rock showbiz stuff you’d expect from a Radio Station called Kerrang!
Chrysalis Mobile has partnered with hit40uk to enable delivery of mobile music content and interactive services into its 3.6 million weekly audience
Chrysalis Mobile, a division of Chrysalis Group plc, today announced that it has signed hit40uk, the UK?s largest chart show, as a flagship radio partner for its mobile music delivery services.
Are you ready for the biggest ever promotion in Liverpool Radio History? Well here it is! the chance to grab a share of ?100,000 of cash rewards!
How? Just by listening to 107.6 Juice FM ? Liverpool?s More Music Station. As we celebrate four successful years of Juice FM, what better way to announce our next promotion than on our birthday itself!
104.9 Xfm is hooking up with one of the most influential new-music radio stations in America to bring music fans in the UK and the US a totally unique show for Friday night.
Obviously Xfm is London?s greatest alternative music station, but now they are joining forces with New York?s hippest rock station, K-ROCK, in a radio first to produce an exclusive hour long show which will be presented from both sides of the Atlantic.
It’s embarrassing isn’t it? There you are, driving into
work in Liverpool, singing along very loudly to your
favourite tune, and then all of a sudden the radio dies and you’re left there singing into silence, Out of tune, So embarrassing.
Believe it or not, the UK’s fastest growing commercial radio station hasn’t been audible in the Birkenhead and Wallasey Mersey tunnels…UNTIL NOW!
A local radio station on air last December as part of a Radio Authority licenced RSL trial has vowed to return to the airwaves in 2004.
Following the December RSL of Moorlands Radio, Moorlands Residents have bombarded the station with letters, e-mails and phone calls of support. A local petition has been passed onto the station with over 400 names and addresses pledging support for the project.
All 40 BBC Local Radio stations across the English Regions are to be streamed on the internet ? meaning that listeners who log on can access their local service no matter where they are.
DMG Radio Australia has successfully bid for the Sydney FM radio licence auctioned today by the Australian Government.
The purchase price was A$106 million (£43 million), of which 10% has been paid in cash today and the balance will be payable in 45 days.
?s Group Programme Director John Simons was last night nominated for the Programmer of the Year Award in the prestigious annual Sony Radio Awards.
John, who began his career in radio as a presenter 25 years ago, has been recognised for his incredible success in building?s portfolio of Real Radio, JAZZFM and Smooth FM stations across the country.