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Shannonside Northern Sound

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Shannonside FM
Shannonside logo.jpg
Broadcast areaCounties Longford, Leitrim and Roscommon
Frequency104.1 MHz (Longford/Roscommon)
97.2 MHz (South Leitrim)
95.7 MHz (Boyle)
104.6 MHz (West Roscommon)
Programming
Language(s)English
Irish[1]
Ownership
OwnerRadio Kerry Holdings
History
First air date
1989
Links
WebcastListen Live
WebsiteShannonSide FM
Northern Sound
Northern Sound radio Logo.png
Broadcast areaCounties Cavan & Monaghan
Frequency94.8 MHz (Cavan)
96.3 MHz (Monaghan)
97.5 MHz (Carrickmacross)
Sloganthe spirit of Cavan & Monaghan
Programming
Language(s)English
Irish[1]
Ownership
OwnerRadio Kerry Holdings
History
First air date
1989
Links
WebcastListen Live
WebsiteNorthern Sound

Shannonside Northern Sound is a dual radio franchise which operates across counties Cavan, Monaghan (Northern Sound Radio), Leitrim, Longford and Roscommon (Shannonside FM) in Ireland. It has a 46.9% market share.[2]

History

Shannonside FM and Northern Sound Radio were established in 1989 as separate radio stations. In 1995 both licences and franchise areas were combined to create the first regional station in the Republic of Ireland. In 2005, Shannonside Northern Sound was purchased by Radio Kerry Holdings.[3]

Shows

The two stations have their own different schedules 7am-7pm weekdays, with the exception of The Joe Finnegan Show (9am - 11am), at other times programmes are networked across both stations.[3]

Premises

The franchise has 3 local bases:

Longford - Headquarters

Monaghan - studios, offices and broadcasting school, opened in October 2008

Cavan - studio and sales office, opened in July 2007[3]

Frequencies

Northern Sound Radio is broadcast on 96.3 MHz from Monaghan, 94.8 MHz from Cavan and 97.5 MHz from Carrickmacross.[4] Shannonside FM is broadcast on 104.1 MHz (Longford/Roscommon), 97.2 MHz (South Leitrim), 95.7 MHz (Boyle), 104.6 MHz (West Roscommon).[5]

Sister Station

Radio Kerry

References

  1. ^ a b https://www.shannonside.ie/show/bigi-ag-caint/
  2. ^ "Newsletter Feb 2010". Archived from the original on 5 March 2012.
  3. ^ a b c [1][dead link]
  4. ^ "Free Radio Stations, Free Internet Radio, Online Music, Live Web Radio - Northern Sound 96.8 FM Irish Adult Contemporary Music in Monaghan". Archived from the original on 4 October 2011. Retrieved 18 October 2009.
  5. ^ About Us | Shannonside | Longford, Roscommon and South Leitrim
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