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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

MuxCo is an operator of digital radio in the United Kingdom. It is, in joint ventures, the licensee for local DAB ensembles in various parts of England and Wales. The company is owned by Arqiva Bauer Radio and Folder Media.[1] (owners of Fun Kids).Despite having had several licences since 2008, it did not launch any services until 2013.

"MuxCo Suffolk Ltd" is a joint venture between MuxCo, Nation Broadcasting and launched on 30 September 2016.

The first launch, of the multiplex based in Wrexham and Cheshire, was planned for November 2012[2] but was pushed back to the beginning of 2013. Test transmissions from Moel-y-Parc began on Monday 11 March 2013 and from Wrexham Rhos on Tuesday 12 March 2013, with full transmissions from these two sites scheduled to commence on 18 March 2013. It was announced on 9 March 2013 that the third transmission site, St John's Beacon, would be added at a later date the multiplex was renamed Wrexham Chester and Liverpool[3] Subsequently they launched Mid & West Wales, Somerset, Hereford & Worcestershire,Gloucestershire,North Yorkshire, Suffolk, Lincolnshire and Humberside. Surrey and South London.

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Licences

Area Award date Frequency Transmitter Sites Services commenced
Gloucestershire January 2008[4] 10C (213.360 MHz) Churchdown Hill, Stroud, Blunsdon and Icomb Hill 18 October 2013
Herefordshire and Worcestershire September 2007[5] 12A (223.936 MHz) Bromsgrove, Ridge Hill and Malvern 6 December 2013
Lincolnshire February 2008[6] 10D (215.072 MHz) Belmont, Lincoln County Hospital, High Hunsley and Grantham 1 October 2015
Mid & West Wales March 2008[7] 12D (229.072 MHz) Carmel, Preseli and Kilvey Hill, Greenhill 30 August 2013
North Wales June 2008[8] 10D (215.072 MHz), 12D (229.072 MHz) Arfon and Conwy 12 December 2014
North Yorkshire December 2007[9] 10C (213.360 MHz) Bilsdale, Harlow Hill, Acklam Wold and Oliver's Mount 17 December 2014
Somerset May 2008[10] 10B (211.648 MHz) Mendip, Taunton and Hutton 26 September 2014
Suffolk August 2015[11] 10C (213.360 MHz) Mendlesham, Puttocks Hill and Warren Heath 7 October 2016
Surrey April 2008[1] 10C (213.360 MHz) Reigate, Guildford, Leatherhead, Crystal Palace and Hungry Hill 12 December 2013[12]
Wrexham, Chester and Liverpool September 2007[13] 10D (215.072 MHz) Moel y Parc, Wrexham Rhos and St John's Beacon 18 March 2013[3]

References

  1. ^ a b "MuxCo wins Surrey DAB, in line for Somerset". 25 April 2008. Retrieved 7 November 2012.
  2. ^ "Multiplex Launch for Wrexham, Chester and Liverpool". MuxCo. 23 April 2012.
  3. ^ a b "Multiplex Launch for Wrexham, Chester and Liverpool 2013". MuxCo. 9 March 2013.
  4. ^ "MuxCo wins Gloucestershire". RadioToday. 22 January 2008.
  5. ^ "Double multiplex win for MuxCo". RadioToday. 6 September 2007.
  6. ^ "MuxCo win Lincolnshire DAB". RadioToday. 19 February 2008.
  7. ^ "MuxCo bags Mid and West Wales". RadioToday. 18 March 2008.
  8. ^ "MuxCo win North Wales DAB". RadioToday. 24 June 2008.
  9. ^ "Muxco wins North Yorks DAB". RadioToday. 13 December 2007.
  10. ^ "MuxCo win Somerset DAB". RadioToday. 21 May 2008.
  11. ^ "MuxCo Suffolk wins DAB local radio multiplex". 10 August 2015. Retrieved 12 September 2015.
  12. ^ "MuxCo's Surrey Multiplex Launch". MuxCo. 12 December 2013.
  13. ^ "Radio Multiplex Licence Award: Northeast Wales & West Cheshire". Ofcom. 14 September 2007. Archived from the original on 3 July 2013. Retrieved 7 November 2012.

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