Sunday, November 18, 2007

Radio City, Clyde under threat?

Some of the strongest local radio stations in the UK could disappear if Charles Allen buys EMAP's radio portfolio, according to Scotland On Sunday.

Allen's plans are, apparently, to wipe out what individuality remains in the "Big City Network" by changing all the stations to the Heart branding owned by his Global Radio group.

Amongst the stations which would disappear are... well, as you've probably gathered from the headline, Radio City in Liverpool and Clyde 1 and 2 in Glasgow - radio brands which have over thirty years of history and a strong local identity.


1 comment:

TOR Hershman said...

"No Rock And Roll Fun," you dudes been listenin' to me?

Stay on Groovin' Safari,
Tor

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