Pirate FM

Pirate FM is one of the Independent Local Radio stations for Cornwall, playing a range of music from the 1960s to the present day.

Read more about Pirate FM:  Background, Presenters, News Service, Transmission Details, Branding, Expansion

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Media In Cornwall - Radio - Commercial Progress
... Infinity won, and Pirate FM launched to 590,000 potential listeners on the 3rd April 1992, broadcasting from new studios in an industrial estate in Redruth, with subsidiary studios at the Foot Bowden ... Pirate FM was commercially successful, and enabled its owners to expand the UKRD Group to purchase other radio stations across the UK ... in Falmouth, the owners of Packet Newspapers, set up Tall Ships FM in 1998, and followed it again with Packet FM (broadcasting from studios at Falmouth College of Art) in 2004 ...
Pirate FM - Expansion
... Pirate FM was one of the two stations that applied for the licence to serve Plymouth after the licence was handed back by Macquarie's Diamond FM ... The UKRD plan to extend Pirate's service under the name Plymouth's Pirate FM lost out to Radio Plymouth ...
Pirate FM (Wellington)
... Pirate FM was a radio station in Wellington on 96.3FM before it was replaced by The Rock in early 1999 ... Controversial DJ Derek Archer ran Pirate FM during the 1990s ... Derek, self-styled radio pirate, had his own brand of rotation and would often play the Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald each weekday morning for days on end ...
Mike Powell (journalist)
... designed the programming for award-winning station, Fox FM - a joint venture with Capital Radio (London) ... and management company, Infinity Radio, which set up Pirate FM (Cornwall) with Powell as launch CEO ... Pirate FM was featured on the BBC technology programme, Tomorrow's World, for its pioneering use of computerised music playout ...

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