BBC Radio Ulster is a BBC Radio station based in Belfast and is part of BBC Northern Ireland. It is the most listened to radio station in Northern Ireland and has a range of programmes including news, talk, features, music and sport.
The FM radio station at the track first broadcast in English in 1987. Ten years later it was streamed on the Internet for the first time.
Radio Show Limited was formed in December 2005 specifically to ensure the continuation of the FM radio service at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The ACO awarded the rights to the on-track service to RSL for the 2006 race.
The website at Radiolemans.com had been the link to on-line broadcasts from the American Le Mans Series and has been further developed by Radio Show Limited to become the foremost portal for coverage of endurance racing. Radiolemans.com is now a full-time automotive and motorsport radio service.
Rugby FM is an Independent Local Radio station in Warwickshire owned by Quidem Ltd and operated as part of its Midlands division. The station follows the 'great music, local news' format of its sister stations (branded as Touch Radio) in the area, but has retained its launch name. From 2002 until 2008 it operated from studios on Spring Street in the heart of the town centre. Nowadays, along with the Touch Radio stations in Warwick, Stratford-Upon-Avon and Coventry, the station operates from a new complex based on the Holly Farm Business Park near Kenilworth.
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