Radio 10 Gold to abandon 1008 kHz

March 8, 2007 at 10:01 am Leave a comment

In a statement today, Talpa Radio has announced it will modify its strategy for Radio 10 Gold. One result is that the medium wave transmitter on 1008 kHz will be shut down ‘in the short term’. Reason: too high costs and too low advertising revenues. The station will remain active on cable, internet and Canal Digital. No idea, though, what exactly they mean by ‘in the short term’. Anyway, it means they will lose quite a few listeners abroad.
(Herman Boel, www.emwg.info via mwc)
My source tells me, that Radio 10 Gold will stop transmissions in April.
(Ydun Ritz via MediumWave.Info)

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