Mix 107

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Mix 107
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Broadcast area High Wycombe
Frequency 107.4 MHz & 107.7 MHz
First air date 31 October 2001
Format Variety Hit Radio
Owner The Local Radio Company
Website www.mix107.co.uk

Mix 107 was a radio station, based in High Wycombe, England . It developed from an AM licence known as Elevenseventy and its successor operation Swan FM. The brand was a result of ownership by The Local Radio Company, owners of Mix 96 in neighbouring Aylesbury. Mix 107's building was the head office for the TLRC - a group with 22 other radio stations nationwide prior to its takeover by UKRD Group.

The station closed at 10am on 1 July 2009.[1]

The last roster of presenters were: Andy Muir, Hilary Colgan and Steve Ludlow (Andy, H and Steve), Gary Locke, Sam Impey, Phil Stocks, Pete Denton, Nick Brickell, Lucio.

References

  1. ^ Evans, Oliver. "Mix 107 goes off the air". Bucks Free Press. Retrieved 1 July 2009. 

External links

  • Official website
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