NME Radio Returns To London On FM
NME Radio NME Radio announces today its return to London airwaves on 87.7FM for another month-long local FM broadcast.
Commencing March 2 and running until March 29, the temporary Restricted Service License (RSL) will further increase the number of opportunities for music fans in the UK to listen to the best mix of indie alternatives past and present.
NME Radio managing director Sammy Jacob says: “Following the success of the previous London RSL, we wanted to create another opportunity for traditional analogue listeners to sample the station which they can thereafter access on various digital platforms.”
NME Radio will also shortly be announcing confirmation of its much anticipated arrival on DAB. Sammy adds: “We’re committed to making the station available on as many platforms as possible and we’ll be announcing more details over the next couple of months.”
NME Radio launched in June 2008 with a line up of key presenters including Claire Sturgess, Neil Cole, Iain Baker and Chris Martin. The station features live sessions, music news, interviews, gig and festival guides along with the best indie alternative music. NME Radio is an essential listen for any fan of cutting-edge music.
NME Radio is also available on Sky 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727 and online via www.NME.COM.
About NME Radio
NME Radio is a presenter driven 24/7 alternative music service incorporating various cutting-edge sub-genres. The station is owned and operated under license by DX Media.
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