A request to change Chorley FM's Key Commitments has been agreed by Ofcom after a consultation.
Chorley FM has submitted another request to Ofcom for a change to its key commitments.
Ofcom has turned down a request by Lancashire community radio station Chorley FM to remove the requirement to specifically target the LGBT community from its licence key commitments.
Chorley FM wants to change its Key Commitments to remove all references to its current target audience: young people and the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community of Chorley.
Chorley FM has been found in breach of its community radio licence by Ofcom, for failing to meet its key commitments.
More than half of board quits Lancashire community radio station.
Chorley and District Building Society to support community station in 12-month deal.
Chorley FM has put its entire radio station sponsorship package on eBay.
Community station to continue until November 2016.