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Heat Radio

 

Heat Radio

Heat Radio
Broadcast area United Kingdom
Slogan The UK's Number 1 for Music and Celebrity
Frequency DAB:
11B (Ayr, Bradford, Dundee, Humberside, Liverpool, Teesside)
11C (Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, South Yorkshire, Tyne & Wear)
12A (Lancashire, Swansea)
12C (London)
12D (Edinburgh, Leeds, Northern Ireland, Stoke-on-Trent)
Freeview: 716
First air date 2003
Format Contemporary
Audience share 0.3% (June 2013, RAJAR)
Owner Bauer Radio
Website Heat

Heat Radio is a British digital radio station, broadcasting to various parts of the UK and forms part of the Bauer Passion portfolio.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Programming 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

Heat Radio launched in 2003 as a non-stop music station broadcasting from London, where it was located alongside the sister magazine. In 2007 the station re-launched with presenters and showbiz news throughout the day.[1] Later in 2009 It moved to Bauer Radio's studios in Manchester, as part of a cost-cutting programme, to be based alongside sister radio stations Key 103 and The Hits Radio where music and entertainment news output would be sourced.[2]

Recently the station has been appearing more in heat magazine, with regular adverts, shared content and joint campaigns like a recent promotion with Channel 4's Hollyoaks,[3] and ITV2's The Only Way Is Essex.

Programming

See also

References

  1. ^ "Exciting news: Heat Radio has JUST launched!".  
  2. ^ "Exciting changes on heat Radio!".  
  3. ^ heat, radio. "heat does hollyoaks". heat. Bauer. 

External links

  • Official website
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