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One Gold Radio

One Gold Radio Ltd (now More FM Ltd) until 3 July 2011 shared a network service with TotalStar radio station based in Cheltenham England.[1]

TotalStar in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire - and the Total Star brand - is owned by Storm Radio Ltd.

2011 changes

In 2011, a number of changes are to be made to the network of stations currently operated under the Total Star banner. The licence for Bath has been reawarded by Ofcom to Celador, operator of Bristol's The Breeze 107.2, and the Bath service will be renamed as The Breeze laer in the year.[2] Furthermore, One Gold Radio and Storm Radio will completely split the current TotalStar operations, with the Cheltenham station becoming a standalone service and retaining the TotalStar brand, and the One Gold Radio-operated services in Wiltshire adopting the brand name More FM.[3]

One GOLD Radio is a radio station on the Costa Blanca, Spain and is run by Mike Read and some of the team that also work at Total Star,

References

  • One GOLD Radio web site
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