Somerset Sound to leave AM?

November 13, 2007 at 5:21 pm Leave a comment

The local UK radio station Somerset Sound stops broadcasting on AM on 1566 kHz on 3rd of December, 2007. After that the station, which launched in 1988 as an opt-out from BBC Radio Bristol, will broadcast on Radio Bristol’s 95.5 Mhz frequency at Mendip.
(Medianetwork via Moscow Information DX Bulletin)

(Dave Kenny has later commented on this news: “As far as I know the MW frequency will continue, its just getting an additional FM frequency” / finndxer)

 

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