Spectrum Radio Network have advertised availability on the 1548 MW/AM frequency which covers North London. This frequency is currently occupied by Love Sport, and it is not yet clear what will happen to that station.
Spectrum also have a London wide DAB slot, and two London DAB+ slots available. For those and the MW frequency, Spectrum are offering part time slots, to allow for smaller stations to come on-air for a reduced cost.
For full details visit their website at spectrumradio.net/airtime/.
Once again there have been many changes to station line-ups on DAB, some including Kiss Fresh and Country Hits Radio have already been detailed.
Starting in Aberdeen, Original 106 is soon to join the local Aberdeen multiplex. This has, however, been rumoured for a considerable length of time, so although likely, might still be some time away.
Panda Radio has been relabeled Spectrum Radio on the London 2 and Trial Norwich multiplexes, signalling that the station will rebrand to its original name.
Digital only stations 100% Dragon Hits and 100% Whatever have both left the Somerset local multiplex. On the Trial Brighton multiplex, Metal Meyhem Radio joined, and whilst The Beat and URF were both running without audio meaning a pending removal is likely.