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Ocean FM (Ireland)

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Ocean FM
Ocean FM (Ireland) logo.png
Broadcast areaSouth Donegal, North Leitrim and Sligo
Frequency94.7MHz (Ballyshannon)
102.5MHz (Truskmore)
103.0MHz (Glencolumbkille)
105.0MHz (Barnesmore)
Irish (Connacht Irish and Ulster Irish)
OwnerNorth West Broadcasting Ltd[1]
First air date
1 October 2004

Ocean FM is a local radio station that broadcasts to parts of the northwest of Ireland. The station covers the area of south County Donegal, north County Leitrim and most of County Sligo and it broadcasts into parts of south-west County Fermanagh.[2] It started broadcasting on 1 October 2004, replacing North West Radio (NWR). The station broadcasts from Collooney (County Sligo)

Locally owned and locally operated, Ocean FM serves all adults in County Sligo, South Donegal and North Leitrim.[3][4] Their shareholders include many of the leading business people and sports personalities in the region. They broadcast news, sports, current affairs, special interest programmes across parts of the northwest.

Ocean FM covers sports events across the region with live commentary at key matches involving teams from all three counties. The service is streamed live over the internet on web stream, Twitter and Facebook.[5]

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  2. ^ "Ocean FM - Your local radio station for Sligo, Donegal & Leitrim".
  3. ^ "Audio: Ocean FM presenter says "f**k off" live on air after prank call goes horribly wrong -".
  4. ^ "Ocean FM retains licence -".
  5. ^ "Ocean FM - Live Radio".
  6. ^ "Donegal U21s target Ulster title". Ocean FM. 10 April 2017. Retrieved 10 April 2017. Ocean FM analyst and former Donegal captain Pauric McShea says the semi-final defeat of Cavan showed the strength in the Donegal squad…
  7. ^ "Donegal still undefeated by Kerry in championship football". 5 August 2012. Retrieved 5 August 2012. Sean Perry and Pauric McShea were there for Ocean FM, Sean delivering his sharp, knowledgeable, peerless commentary, Pauric giving us his incisive opinions.
  8. ^ "Ocean FM". 17 July 2012. Retrieved 17 July 2012. On Friday evening next, Ocean FM will broadcast and[sic] 'Up for the Match' special as Donegal aim to make history by winning back-to-back Ulster titles… the programme will be presented by Sean Perry and Pauric McShea.
  9. ^ Brolly, Joe (12 July 2016). "Video didn't kill the radio star". Gaelic Life. Retrieved 12 July 2016. I listened to the Donegal Monaghan game in the car, flicking between Ocean FM and Northern Sound. I cannot remember the last time I enjoyed a game of football so much. The Monaghan men in one corner, with Nudie Hughes co-commentating. The Donegal men in the other, with Pauric McShea and contributions from wee Martin 'Well you know like, I’m not just saying it, but I think the decision to bring on our Mark is a good one' McHugh.

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