Tuesday, August 22, 2017

BBC set to close additional medium wave transmitters

by Doug Irwin
LONDON — Ten BBC local radio stations will lose at least one AM transmitter this coming January as part of the BBC’s Delivering Quality First plan.
BBC Radio Devon, Radio Lancashire and BBC Essex will be heard on fewer frequencies; BBC Radio Sussex, Surrey, Humberside, Wiltshire, Nottingham, Kent, and Lincolnshire will no longer be accessible on medium wave at all, according to radiotoday.co.uk.

Additional story at: http://www.radiomagonline.com/around-the-world/0020/bbc-to-shut-down-additional-medium-wave-transmitters/39162