I'm still curious as to what will be happening to Peak FM (soon to be Greatest Hits Radio North Derbyshire). I've already mentioned how it's 107.4 transmitter falls under the Yorkshire & Lincolnshire area, and the 102.0 transmitter falls under the Central region. I'm presuming that it'll be a single FM service, but I wonder what will happen regarding DAB. Peak FM has never been broadcast on DAB, but Greatest Hits Radio broadcasts on both Sheffield and Derbyshire local multiplexes.
Will there be two versions of GHR on the Sheffield multiplex? If not, then will it be GHR (South Yorkshire) or GHR (North Derbyshire)?
Will there be two versions of GHR on the Derbyshire multiplex? If not, then will it be GHR (North Derbyshire) or GHR (UK)?
Will GHR (North Derbyshire) be available on DAB at all?
EDIT: And just to add more confusion to the mix, Bauer will also be launching GHR (East Midlands)
. At least my favourite holiday station, Pirate FM, will be remaining untouched.
Last edited by BBI45 on 11 July 2020 11:43pm - 2 times in total
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