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Clare FM
CLare FM logo.png
Broadcast areaCounty Clare, Ireland
Frequency95.2 MHz - 96.6 MHz, DAB
SloganSounds like you
Programming
FormatAdult Oriented Pop Music with local news, sports and specialist programmes
Ownership
OwnerClare Community Radio Holdings
History
First air date
10 September 1989
Links
Websitehttp://www.clare.fm/

Clare FM is an Irish radio station which broadcasts to County Clare and the surrounding areas.

The station has won many Irish radio awards. Clare FM broadcasts on frequencies 95 - 96FM including 95.2, 95.5, 95.9, 96.4 & 96.6. In the past, it also provided an opt-out service.

In January 2019, it was announced that the station was sold to Radio Kerry Holdings.[1][2] In July 2019, the proposed sale fell through following a breakdown during the negotiations.[3]

Presenters

  • John Ryan
  • Mike Gardiner
  • Brian McLoughlin
  • Brian Flynn
  • Fr. Gerry Kenny
  • Chris Hanrahan
  • Fr. Cletus Noone
  • Stephen McDermott
  • Gavin Grace
  • Donal O Loinsigh
  • Shay Searson
  • Pat Costello
  • Eoin O'Neill
  • Joan Hanrahan
  • Paula Carroll
  • Ronan Burke
  • Darren Kelly
  • Rory Hall
  • Colum McGrath
  • Padraic Flaherty
  • Ger Sweeney
  • Mickey Mac
  • Fiona Cahill
  • Claire Keville

Traditional Music Presenters

  • Paula Carroll
  • Pat Costello
  • Ronan Burke
  • Therese McInerney
  • Eoin O'Neill

Frequencies

Frequency (MHz) Transmitter Service area
95.2 Ennistymon Ennistymon, Lahinch
95.5 Burren Hill southwest County Clare
95.9 Woodcock Hill southeast County Clare
96.4 Maghera County Clare
96.6 Killaloe Killaloe and Ballina

References

External links


This page was last edited on 13 August 2020, at 00:12
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