Friday, January 04, 2013

Gaydar goes; Gaydio takes up slack

Gaydar Radio is something of a success, right? As owners QSoft trumpet on their website:

GaydarRadio is an independently owned radio station in the UK and broadcasts via the internet and DAB. The station is multi-award winning having received BT Digital Station of the Year 2006, Sony Digital Station of the Year 2007 and Arqiva Digital Station of the Year 2007 & 2008. GaydarRadio is the largest gay & lesbian station in the world, with over 687,000 unique listeners every month in the UK (Source: IPSOS/RAJAR Survey August 2012).
For all that, though, QSoft are closing it down. Partly because it's really a dating website company, but partly because... well, DAB is going nowhere.

The licences are going to be transferred to Gaydio, the similar service based in Manchester. Similar, but with an FM licence.

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