Reprieve for city radio station was a headline from The Irish Press dated February 15th 1989.
Mad Radio will be off air for a while this afternoon due to antenna maintenance. “The station is not sounding as it should,” station manager Michael Masterson told Radiowaves. “Hopefully we will be back on air for DJ Fran’s All Request Love Show.” Mad Radio can be heard in Dublin city on 93.2MHz.
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.
In Dublin, Mix FM are moving frequency from the disputed 88.0FM slot, station manager Soulman told Radiowaves News this evening. The station have been testing on low power on 93.8MHz for the past few days and hope to have a full service by Tuesday. They plan to vacate 88.0MHz by tomorrow.
“Thanks to all our listeners for their patience,” Soulman concluded.
Magic FM, the low-powered north Dublin station, has moved frequency from 104.7MHz to 104.1MHz.
Ministry FM have reverted to a blank carrier once again.
Ministry FM were broadcasting a blank carrier early today. The dance music station is now back on air on 93.2FM.
Dublin Music, a low-powered station broadcasting from Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin, on 89.3MHz, has been asked to close by ComReg. The station had been broadcasting with a power output of 30 Watts.
Dublin Music had previously broadcasted on 90.3MHz, but moved to 89.3FM at the start of last month.