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1540 AM

1540 AM

ZNS-1 (branded as Radio Bahamas) is the oldest broadcast station in the Bahamas. It has a News/Talk format, and broadcasts on 1540 kHz and 104.5 MHz in Nassau, with a repeater in Freeport on 107.7 MHz. It is under ownership of the Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas. The AM station has a Class A clear-channel allocation under NARBA and its nighttime signal can be heard throughout the Bahamas, most of Cuba, and southeastern Florida.
3KND

3KND

3KND — 3 Kool n Deadly is a community radio station which represents the Indigenous communities within Greater Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 3KND broadcasts in Melbourne at 1503 on the AM radio band and also streams on the internet. By late 2006, 3KND had the beginnings of an mp3 library. In 2011, 3KND added DAB+ (digital broadcasting) to its broadcast services, which operate 24/7. As at early 2019, the station operator is First Australians Media Enterprises (FAME), formerly the South Eastern Indigenous Media Association (SEIMA). The station provides training for indigenous broadcasters.
77 FM

77 FM

77FM est une radio d'informations locales, nationales et magazines, musiques pop rock, chanson française. La radio peut être captée sur "95.8" dans le Nord de la Seine-et-Marne, et disponible sur internet. 77FM a commencé ses émissions dès le 22 avril 2003 à 18 h 0, à la suite d'un appel à candidature pour l'exploitation de 95,8 MHz sur la zone de Meaux au mois de février 2002 du Conseil Supérieur de l'Audiovisuel. Créée à cette occasion, l'Association pour la Promotion de l'Information et de la Communication (APIC) dépose un projet au mois de mars 2002, présélectionné par le CSA en juillet 2002. En 2002, 77FM est la seule radio locale du Nord de la Seine-et-Marne.
BaarnFM

BaarnFM

RTV Baarn is de lokale omroep voor radio tv en internet van Baarn en omstreken. Een stichting die voledig draait op vrijwilligers. Kijken en luisteren via kabel en glasvezel: - RTV Baarn is te horen en te zien op de volgende kanaalnummers voor KPN, XS4ALL en Telfort met de witte afstandsbediening: TV - kanaal 626 en Radio - kanaal 893. - De kanalen waarop RTV Baarn via de kabel van Ziggo te zien en te horen zijn: Ziggo analoog pakket: kanaal 45 (663.25 MHz) en Ziggo digitaal pakket: kanaal 42 De programma’s van BaarnFM zijn uiteraard ook te beluisteren via de ether FM 105.5 MHz en Ziggo kabel analoog 92.3 MHz en Ziggo digitaal pakket kanaal 917.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire

BBC Coventry & Warwickshire

BBC Coventry and Warwickshire is the BBC Local Radio service serving the City of Coventry and the county of Warwickshire. The station broadcasts on 94.8, 103.7 and 104 MHz FM, DAB Digital Radio and is streamed on the internet via the BBC Website. Based in the Priory Place Shopping Precinct at the heart of Coventry City Centre, its studio complex is home to radio, online services, an interactive open centre and facilities for regional TV news. It is also the only Coventry local radio station based in the city itself. BBC Coventry & Warwickshire broadcasts local programming from 6 am to 10 pm from Monday to Saturday and from 6 am to 6 pm on Sundays. It also simulcasts with other BBC Local Radio stations in the Midlands and BBC Radio 5 Live overnight. According to RAJAR, the station has a weekly audience of 64,000 listeners and a 4% share as of December 2018.
BBC Essex

BBC Essex

BBC Essex is the BBC Local Radio service for the English county of Essex. It broadcasts from its studios on New London Road in Chelmsford on 95.3 (South Benfleet) and 103.5 (Great Braxted) FM, and on 729 (Manningtree), 765 (Bakers Wood).The station also broadcast on 1530 (Rayleigh) AM until 15 January 2018, when transmissions ceased. It is also available on DAB, Freeview TV channel 734 (in Essex, East Anglia, the south east and London) and live streaming via the internet. According to RAJAR, the station has a weekly audience of 178,000 listeners and a 8.5% share as of December 2018.
BBC Hereford & Worcester

BBC Hereford & Worcester

BBC Hereford and Worcester is the BBC Local Radio service for the English counties of Herefordshire and Worcestershire. It broadcasts from its studios in both Worcester and Hereford on 104 (Worcester), 104.4 (Redditch) 104.6 (Kidderminster) and 94.7 (Hereford) FM; as well as 738 (Worcester) and 1584 (North Herefordshire) AM, Freeview 720, online plus DAB Digital Radio. Although the administrative county of Hereford and Worcester was abolished in 1998, the name of the station was not altered to reflect this. It serves the rural communities across Herefordshire as well as the more populous Worcestershire with a range of programmes from news, sport, consumer, arts, religion, gardening, jazz, funk, northern soul and local music. According to RAJAR, the station has a weekly audience of 105,000 listeners and a 7% share as of December 2018.
BBC Radio Berkshire

BBC Radio Berkshire

BBC Radio Berkshire is the BBC Local Radio service for the English county of Berkshire, North Hampshire, and South Oxfordshire. Radio Berkshire broadcasts on 94.6 (Henley-on-Thames), 95.4 (Windsor), 104.1 (Hannington) and 104.4 (Reading) FM from its studios at Thames Valley Park near Reading. The station is also available on DAB, Freeview, and through live streaming on the internet, also on demand for thirty days after broadcast through the BBC iPlayer. According to RAJAR, the station has a weekly audience of 94,000 listeners and a 5.1% share as of December 2018.
BBC Radio Berkshire

BBC Radio Berkshire

BBC Radio Berkshire is the BBC Local Radio service for the English county of Berkshire, North Hampshire, and South Oxfordshire. Radio Berkshire broadcasts on 94.6 (Henley-on-Thames), 95.4 (Windsor), 104.1 (Hannington) and 104.4 (Reading) FM from its studios at Thames Valley Park near Reading. The station is also available on DAB, Freeview, and through live streaming on the internet, also on demand for thirty days after broadcast through the BBC iPlayer. According to RAJAR, the station has a weekly audience of 94,000 listeners and a 5.1% share as of December 2018.
BBC Radio Cumbria

BBC Radio Cumbria

BBC Radio Cumbria is the BBC Local Radio service for the English county of Cumbria and broadcasts from studios in Carlisle. The county of Cumbria, from which the station takes its current name, was not created until 1974. Radio Cumbria began service on 24 November 1973 as BBC Radio Carlisle and could be received across most of the former county of Cumberland. The station adopted its current name shortly before its tenth anniversary in May 1982, when its service was expanded to cover the whole of the administrative county of Cumbria, namely:
BBC Radio Cymru

BBC Radio Cymru

BBC Radio Cymru is BBC Cymru Wales' Welsh-language national radio network. It broadcasts two stations throughout Wales from studios in Cardiff, Bangor, Aberystwyth and Carmarthen on FM, DAB, digital TV and online. The main network broadcasts for ​18 1⁄2 hours a day from 5:30am to midnight with overnight programming carried from BBC Radio 5 Live during downtime. A second station, Radio Cymru 2, broadcasts on digital and online platforms, and provides separate breakfast programming for two hours every morning. The managing editor of BBC Radio Cymru is Rhuanedd Richards.
BBC Radio Derby

BBC Radio Derby

BBC Radio Derby is the BBC Local Radio station for the English county of Derbyshire, covering all but the northern tip of the county, and also serves eastern Staffordshire, mainly Uttoxeter and Burton upon Trent. The station broadcasts from its studios in Derby on 104.5, 95.3 (Stanton Moor, near Bakewell) and 96.0 (Buxton) FM and 1116 (Burnaston Lane, next to the Toyota factory) AM. It also transmits its programmes over the internet, and, as of 23 July 2014, broadcasts on DAB Digital Radio on the NOW Derbyshire DAB Multiplex. According to RAJAR, the station has a weekly audience of 124,000 listeners and a 9.4% share as of December 2018.
BBC Radio Devon

BBC Radio Devon

BBC Radio Devon is the BBC Local Radio service for the English county of Devon. It first aired on 17 January 1983, replacing a previous breakfast show (Morning Sou'West) for Devon and Cornwall broadcast on the local frequencies of Radio 4. According to RAJAR, the station has a weekly audience of 154,000 listeners and a 8% share as of December 2018. BBC Radio Devon started broadcasting on 17 January 1983, superseding the BBC Radio 4 regional service. On the same day, BBC Radio Cornwall started broadcasting, as did BBC Breakfast television. When broadcasting started, the new studios in Exeter had not yet been finished, so BBC Radio Devon was broadcast from portable cabins for the first few weeks. The Exeter studios were officially opened by Alastair Milne, then BBC Director General, on 30 September 1983.
BBC Radio Foyle

BBC Radio Foyle

BBC Radio Foyle is a BBC Northern Ireland local radio station, serving County Londonderry in Northern Ireland. It is named after the River Foyle which flows through Derry, the city where the station is based. The station broadcasts from BBC's Northland Road studios on 93.1 FM and 792 MW in Derry, County Londonderry. There is also a small television studio based there used for interviews with the interviewee sitting in front of a CSO screen which normally has a live view of Derry. Since it broadcasts from a point close to the County Donegal (Republic of Ireland) and County Londonderry border it includes some coverage of the former county. It is an opt-out from BBC Radio's main Northern Ireland service, BBC Radio Ulster. BBC Radio Foyle's weekday schedule begins at 7:00am and continues until 5:00pm.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire

BBC Radio Gloucestershire

BBC Radio Gloucestershire is the BBC Local Radio service for the English county of Gloucestershire, which started on 3 October 1988. It broadcasts from its studios at Portland Court in London Road, Gloucester on DAB, 95 FM (Stroud), 95.8 FM (Cirencester), 104.7 FM (Gloucester, Cheltenham & Tewkesbury), 1413 MW in the Cotswolds & Forest of Dean. According to RAJAR, the station has a weekly audience of 82,000 listeners and a 5.7% share as of December 2018.
BBC Radio Humberside

BBC Radio Humberside

BBC Radio Humberside is a BBC Local Radio service covering the area of the former English county of Humberside, which was returned to North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire the East Riding of Yorkshire and the City of Kingston upon Hull on 1 April 1996. Martyn Weston is the station's managing editor with Derek McGill as assistant editor. According to RAJAR, the station has a weekly audience of 120,000 listeners and a 6.5% share as of December 2018.
BBC Radio Kent

BBC Radio Kent

BBC Radio Kent is the BBC Local Radio service for the English county of Kent and parts of southeast London. It broadcasts on FM on 96.7 (West Kent, Wrotham transmitter), 97.6 (Folkestone area) and 104.2 (East Kent, Swingate transmitter) and DAB. According to RAJAR, the station has a weekly audience of 179,000 listeners and a 4.1% share as of December 2018.
BBC Radio Lancashire

BBC Radio Lancashire

BBC Radio Lancashire is the BBC Local Radio service for the county of Lancashire, in North West England. It began as BBC Radio Blackburn on 26 January 1971 on 96.4FM, then adding 854 kHz AM in 1972 and changing to its current name on 4 July 1981. It broadcasts from studios in Blackburn on 95.5 (Hameldon Hill, Burnley), 103.9 (Winter Hill, Horwich), 104.5 (Lancaster) FM and 855 (Riley Green near the A6061 between Preston and Blackburn, near junction 3 of the M65), 1557 (Oxcliffe Hill, close to the A683 near Lancaster) AM, DAB, Freeview channel 720 and RealPlayer via the website. According to RAJAR, the station has a weekly audience of 164,000 listeners and a 6.2% share as of December 2018.
BBC Radio Leeds

BBC Radio Leeds

BBC Radio Leeds is the BBC Local Radio service for the English metropolitan county of West Yorkshire. The station broadcasts from studios based in St Peter's Square in Leeds. The station began broadcasting at the Merrion Centre at 5.30pm on 24 June 1968, becoming the 7th station to go on air. Initially a two-year experiment and co-funded by Leeds City Council, the station was only available in Leeds on a low powered 50 watt VHF transmitter in Meanwood Park, on 94.6 MHz. listening figures were very low as the majority of listeners still listened to radio via AM. In 1970 the station was made permanent and began broadcasting to all of West Yorkshire from the Holme Moss transmitting station and in 1972 the station started broadcasting on MW and branded itself as “the voice of West Yorkshire”. In 1974 BBC Radio Leeds, along with BBC Look North, moved to new studios in Woodhouse Lane, where it remained for thirty years until the studio was demolished in 2004.
BBC Radio Leicester

BBC Radio Leicester

BBC Radio Leicester was the first of the new wave of BBC Local Radio stations introduced in the 1960s. Radio Leicester began broadcasting at 12.45pm on 8 November 1967 on 95.05 VHF from a transmitter located on Gorse Hill above the city centre. The station's former 837 kHz medium wave frequency from the Freeman's Common transmitter near the University of Leicester is now used by the BBC Asian Network, which originated in Leicester but is now a national network delivered via DAB, digital satellite, Freeview and other systems across the UK and beyond. In 2007, the station celebrated its 40th anniversary by launching a Ruby Rainbow Appeal in aid of the Rainbows Hospice based in Loughborough, within its TSA (total survey area). Special events took place throughout the year culminating in a final fund-raising appeal around the time of the anniversary in November 2007. According to RAJAR, the station has a weekly audience of 167,000 listeners and a 6.2% share as of December 2018.