Chill FM, who broadcast on 102.9MHz in Dublin, have been off air for a few days as a result of interference. Tony D, a spokesman for the station, says that they will remain on a blank carrier until Sunday. “We are changing our music policy from ‘commercial dance’ to ‘chill-out tunes'”, he says.
Dublin dance station Energy 94FM is closing down – again. The station, which was bought and relaunched by Frank Kennedy following last February’s closedown, has failed to reach the heights experienced under its previous owners and is now calling it a day. Energy’s final live link was at 7pm this evening.
Photo: Energy 94 studio courtesy of Mel Byrne
A new R’n’B station is about to launch on 99.1MHz in Dublin. Vibe FM will be live in the next few days and will feature presenters from now-defunct Energy 94FM. Promos for the new station are running on 99.1MHz. These have replaced the automated station Club FM.