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Lighting a Fuse

A new station by the name of Fuse FM will be on air from Friday. Operating from the North Co Meath area, the station’s policy will be ‘No automation’ and they will be testing for two weeks before launching.
Speaking to Radiowaves News this evening, a spokesman for Fuse FM said: “We will be operating with a power of 4watts on 107.2MHz. Our music format will feature recent dance and chart hits.”
Tests for the station will operate at varying times before a new launch schedule is announced.
The spokesman concluded by saying: “We will be different than anything else on air in the north-east of the country.”
Fuse FM can be contacted at fuse1072@radio.fm.

Nova Call it a Day

Radio Nova in Navan have ceased broadcasting once more. The station have been on and off for over two years, but major problems with their computer set-up has led them to finally make the decision to cease.
Speaking to Radiowaves News, the station’s owner Paul Healy said: “We have gone as far as we can go. It has cost us a lot of money and we had to stop somewhere. We may be back, but are not hopeful. We all enjoyed it very much.”