A numbers of London-based Global Radio stations, including Capital FM, Gold, XFM and LBC have off-air via DAB since around 5pm Wednesday.
The interruption to the services, which is still on-going at the time of writing, is due to flooding in a property close to the studios in Leicester Square.
Reports suggest some of the services have re-appeared whilst others are still complaining about the lack of service around the country, mostly via Twitter.
A Global Radio spokesperson told RadioToday: “A water leak from a nearby property earlier today affected the DAB output to a number of Global Radio stations. We apologise to our DAB listeners for any interruption and are working to restore the full service as soon as possible.”
— Justin Taylor (@JustinGraphitas) July 17, 2013
What's happened to @Xfm on dab in leicester? On this morning, now silence! Can't go back to listening to nick grimshaw instead of jon holmes
— Steve Hack (@hackiedj) July 17, 2013
Global have put the plug back in… DAB back on again, listening to Dean Martin on Gold Radio! Well done to the techies!
— John Watson (@john_watson_) July 17, 2013