Absolute Radio is one of the UK’s three Independent National Radio stations. The station rebranded to its current name at 7:45 am on 29 September 2008.[2][3]

The station is based in London and plays popular rock music. It currently broadcasts on medium wave and DAB across the UK, on 105.8 FM in London and 105.2 FM in the West Midlands, Sky (channel 0107), Virgin Media (channel 915), Freeview (channel 727) and Freesat (channel 724). It is also available in other parts of the world via satellite, cable, and on the Internet. As of 31 December 2013, international streaming via the internet has been discontinued.[4] Absolute Radio is a patron of The Radio Academy.[5]

Absolute Radio is owned and operated by Bauer Radio of Hamburg based Bauer Media Group, it forms part of Bauer’s National portfolio of radio brands. Wikipedia.


News about Absolute Radio

Absolute Radio commissions U2 Documentary

[email protected] is the biggest ever documentary commission made at the national station, created in conjunction with TBI Media.

Absolute Radio to replace Planet Rock in WM

The frequency, originally home to Kerrang!, serves three million potential listeners and marks the first time Absolute has been made available permanently on FM outside London.
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