So do join us live onboard our historic radioshiop Ross Revenge for another weekend full of memories. Only 90.2 MHz FM is announced on air and cited on the website - no mention of their locally-sited – Spectrum Radio – got approval last October to change the character of service of the licence to remove focus on ethnic minority communities in London.
The Instagram page of Sistema Cardenal already announces the Magangué 960 freq. Ofcom has today announced the award of eight new community radio licences in England, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
The new stations will serve communities in: Bristol, Maldon, and Newcastle and Gateshead, in England; Belfast in Northern Ireland; and Cumbernauld, Musselburgh, Tranent and Wallyford in Scotland.
Community radio services are provided on a not-for-profit basis, focusing on the delivery of specific social benefits to a particular area or community of interest.
More than 250 community radio stations are currently on air today.