Skyline Community Radio

Skyline Community Radio

Skyline Gold is one of the "third tier" of UK radio stations licenced by Ofcom, which launched in January 2006 as Skyline Community Radio. The station broadcasts on 102.5 FM from studios based in Hedge End, Hampshire, primarily to the villages of Hedge End, West End and Botley, although it can be received in other parts of the Borough of Eastleigh. The transmitter is located by the golfing range in Hedge End next to the M27.

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Skyline Community Radio - Previous Ownership
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