Question: What happened to smooth radio?

The refresh has happened following the purchase of GMG Radio by Global Radio, owners of Classic FM, Capital FM, Gold, Heart and Xfm. Global Radio have opted to replace Smooth Radio with “A service featuring music from the 70s, 80s and early 90s with particular appeal to audiences aged 35-54“.

What happened to smooth extra radio?

A Global spokesperson said: “Smooth Extra and Heart Extra have been replaced with the national Smooth and Heart broadcast. The national services will be known as Smooth UK and Heart UK, whilst the local and regional services will continue with their own programmes at Breakfast for Smooth and Drive for Heart.

What channel is Smooth Radio in the car?

The station was relaunched again as Smooth Radio 100.4 on 26 March 2007. The launch occurred at the same time as London based 102.2 Smooth FM, however Smooth Radio 100.4 continued with its own unique soul music based format.

Is Smooth Extra on DAB?

Smooth Extra is a new national radio station from the people behind Smooth Radio - Your Relaxing Music Mix. Available on DAB digital radio across the UK, online and on the app so that no matter where you are and what youre doing, you can always tune into your favourite songs.

What is smooth extra radio frequency?

john ashort: Smooth Extra is on the D1 National DAB multiplex, which is on VHF block 11D 226.064MHz.

How do I get smooth country on my radio?

You can listen to Smooth Country live, any time and anywhere in the world, via Global Player, the official Smooth Radio app. Download the Global Player app, or the Smooth Radio app, from App Store or Google Play, and enjoy the worlds greatest music on the go.

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