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Kiss 105
Broadcast areaYorkshire, England
Frequency105.1 MHz
105.6 MHz (Sheffield & Bradford)
105.8 MHz (East Riding of Yorkshire)
Programming
Language(s)English
FormatDance
Ownership
OwnerFaze FM
Kiss 102 (Manchester)
History
First air date
14 February 1997 (1997-02-14)
Technical information
Transmitter coordinates
53°47′59″N 1°33′23″W / 53.79981°N 1.55645°W / 53.79981; -1.55645

Kiss 105 was a dance music radio station based in Leeds, West Yorkshire. It was part of a new breed of regional radio stations as opposed to independent local radio.

History

The station was launched at 01:05pm, 14 February 1997 (1997-02-14T01:05pm), which was also Valentine's Day, after its parent company, Faze FM won the Yorkshire and Humberside Regional Radio licence. Faze already operated Kiss 102 in Manchester. EMAP who owned London's Kiss 100 gave Faze permission to license the name.

Later in 1997, both stations were sold to Chrysalis Radio who then rebranded the stations as Galaxy 105 as the brand licence required them to relinquish the name.

Technical

A total of four transmitters were used to cover the whole of Yorkshire. The East Riding of Yorkshire is served by 105.8, Sheffield by 105.6, Bradford by 105.6 and a general Yorkshire transmitter on 105.1 FM. The studios were based at Joseph's Well, Hanover Walk, Park Lane in Leeds, West Yorkshire and are still used for Capital Yorkshire. Some of the programmes were shared with the Manchester station.[1]

DJs/presenters

References

  1. ^ "History of radio in Yorkshire". Archived from the original on 22 October 2009. Retrieved 10 May 2010.

External links

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