Jim will give new radio kiss of death was a newspaper headline from The Evening Herald dated October 9th 1984
K.I.C. FM’S recent negative publicity may be having an effect. Despite claims of interference, which are clearly unlikely and seem to be sparked by a hidden agenda, K.I.C. FM may relocate their high-powered transmissions to 88.1MHz on the Dublin dial, leaving low-powered transmissions broadcasting on 104.0.
Today, engineering tweaks have seen an improvement in the interference problems emanating from DIT FM on 103.8MHz and K.I.C. FM should now be available again to listeners in the city.
Dublin dance music station Kiss FM on 105.8MHz were on a blank carrier this morning. Programming returned in the afternoon.
Both Power FM (97.2MHz) and Kiss FM (105.8MHz) were off air for long periods today. They both returned this evening.
Sun FM (101.3MHz) were on a blank carrier for a short period this afternoon.
DMR FM have returned to 97.8MHz with live programming this evening.
Dublin’s Kiss FM were on a blank carrier for a period again this morning. The station broadcast across the capital on 105.8MHz.
Two dance music stations are off air in Dublin as a result of flooding in their studios.
“Mad Radio’s studio is flooded. Hopefully we will be back on soon – but the water is still rising!” station manager Mick Masterson told Radiowaves News today. Mad Radio can usually be heard on 93.2MHz.
Kiss FM on 105.8 are also off air as a result of a flooded studio.
Dublin’s two dance music stations which were affected by flooding last Friday have returned to the airwaves. Kiss FM are back on the air since mid-afternoon on their 105.8MHz frequency. Mad Radio have also returned to 93.2MHz.
Kiss FM were on a blank carrier today, before reverting to white noise. The dance music station are back on air on 94.4FM tonight.