Media Bulletin

Gaydar Radio stops broadcasting after 11 years

By Staff

15th January 2013

Category: Consumer

Gaydar Radio stopped broadcasting on 7 January and will transfer its DAB licence to Manchester's Gaydio station. 

On air programming and advertising on the Gaydio channel will continue to support the dating part of the Gaydar brand. 

Gaydar Radio originally started as an internet only radio station in 2001. 

 

 

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