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In the last month the BBC quietly switched off AM radio transmitters to see if anyone noticed - and it seems not a lot of people did.
Four local radio stations had their medium-wave transmissions axed in the last few weeks. Essex and Hereford are now back on while Nottingham and Kent remain absent in the interest of seeing if any people are outraged
I believe its quite popular in the UK. €1200 a day wouldn't pay for Joe Duffy's phone bill:lol:Does anybody know how many people in Northren Ireland and Uk listen to and depend on the RTE Longwave service? It costs €1200 per day to run the service for what imo might only be a few hundred listeners.
that would hardly have kept Gerry in cocaine, if it allows them to put some cutesy picture in their annual report its worth itDoes anybody know how many people in Northren Ireland and Uk listen to and depend on the RTE Longwave service? It costs €1200 per day to run the service for what imo might only be a few hundred listeners.
I say you could easily count the number of listeners that are using MW or LW for their reception. I'd be surprised if it's more than 1,000.
seems valid enough for a thread. RTE could use the money for a phone in competition, and have a "property tax paid for a year " competition or some such sop to the peasants.This is the second negative thread started by the OPer about RTE Radio in the past 3 days, a propos of nothing in particular.
Was he sacked by them recently or something?