Celtic Music Radio Pops Up on DAB

Celtic Music Radio 1530 AM has once again taken over spare capacity on some local DAB multiplexes across the UK for the duration of Celtic Connections 2014, plus live coverage of two special concerts on behalf of those affected by the Clutha helicopter accident in Glasgow.

The station is the UK’s only licensed broadcast radio station dedicated to promoting Celtic and roots music of all genres.

Between 9th January and 3rd February 2014, listeners will be again be able to tune into coverage of the annual winter music festival, featuring the best Celtic and folk music from Scotland and around the world via the Pop Up Radio service in some locations.

DAB listeners will also be able to listen to the "Folk For The Clutha" concerts on the 10th and 11th January, which aim to raise funds for Glasgow's Clutha Vaults accident victims and for the emergency services involved.

The local DAB multiplexes carrying Celtic Music Radio via the "Pop Up Radio" service are:

Berkshire & North Hampshire,
South East Wales,
Sussex Coast,
West Wiltshire,
Wolverhampton & Shrops

Most listeners who already receive local stations on DAB digital radio in these areas will not need to retune, and can go to "Pop Up Radio" in their station list.

Related Links
DAB Frequencies UK

External Links
You can find out more about "Folk For The Clutha" via Celticmusicradio.net
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