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Classic FM

Classic FM has a mission, to make classical music accessible and relevant to a modern audience through its engaging style. And as one of the top three commercial radio stations in the UK, with 5.6 million listeners tuning in every week, and with its trul

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Classic FMListen to Classic FMDAB FM/AM7310106721

Regional content: National channel with no regional content or variations.

media.info: For full details of broadcaster contacts, see the media.info link icon media.info Classic FM page.

Official site: See the www.classicfm.com link icon Classic FM website.

From Wikipedia: As well as playing older music, the station plays several modern film scores. It had been operating a trial programme on its AM frequencies in Wiltshire and Bristol, testing audience reaction to a regular drive-time programme of popular classical music. Time Warner agreed to back the project but was prohibited under then current UK law from owning more than a 25 interest. - en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org link icon read more about Classic FM on wikipedia (summary by Clipped).

Freeview multiplex: Classic FM is on multiplex COM6 in england flagEngland scotland flagScotland northernireland flagNorthern Ireland wales flagWales .

Comments
Monday, 11 April 2011
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Lilian Morgan
7:53 AM

I have no problem getting classic FM on a digital radio here im Swansea, but got themessage that there was no signal when I took it to Abergavenny in Monmouthshire to try it out.

Can you tell me what is wrong?

Lilian Morgan

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Briantist
7:56 AM

Lilian Morgan: Much as the Digital One coverage maps shows:



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Sunday, 8 February 2015
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Mike Savison
10:46 AM Wetherby

Classic FM on Freeview - biggest digital joke so far. 64kbit/s MONO - WHAT ??? Digital Radio is continuing to be the current biggest con-trick in the UK, (after SKY in my opinion). Compare the quality of services elsewhere in Europe(Germany in particular)
DIGITALBITRATE : Digital channels bitrate Satellite, Dtt and more - -
The site is a bit techy but shows compromise after compromise features in current British broadcasting, TV and Radio all in the name of quantity versus quality. .

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MikeB
5:54 PM

Mike Savison: If you dont like the birate via Freeview (which most people dont bother using for radio anyway), then use the web. Frankly, considering Classic FM's limited and uninspiring playlist, a search around the web for classical streaming stations (of which there are possibly hundreds) would be a great choice.

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MikeB's 1,936 posts Gold Gold GB
Monday, 16 February 2015
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Mike Davison
10:02 AM Wetherby

MikeB - yes, that's a good alternative and perhaps the internet is making all broadcasting obsolete. I am involved with community radio(Tempo FM) and locally, and obviously, Band 2 FM is our major outlet but we have an internet stream available and where there is internet, we can be heard, effectively leap-frogging DAB. I am sure this is the most effective alternative to DAB. It's certainly easier and cheaper to setup for what you get.
P.S. the 'S' instead of 'D' was a touch of dyslexic fingers.

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