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About Rock FM 97.4

Listen online to the internet radio of Rock FM radio live here, on Radio 2 You!
Rock FM is owned by Bauer Radio Ltd., Lancashire related part of Bauer's Hits Radio Network, and member of the Planet Radio station fleet. Rock FM has 182.000 weekly listeners in the UK.
Rock FM broadcasts from Preston to the territory of Lancashire, and despite its name, Rock FM is not a rock genre specialized radio, but as the Hits Radio Network’s radios generally, mainly mainstream music fills up the playlist. The daily schedule is partly networked programming from Bauer's Hits Radio Network.
Local news and weather reports keep the listeners updated, and good-tempered talk-shows with presenters keep the atmosphere cheerful in daytime besides the non-stop flowing pop hits from the last 15 years.
Rock FM wakes up in homely atmosphere as the married couple of Steve and Janine Marsh sets the vibes of the early hours on weekdays between 6am and 10am.
On Sundays "The UK Chart Show" is broadcasted from 4pm to 7pm, which is Bauer's own, brand-new chart show led by Sarah-Jane Crawford, with the hottest 30 songs.

Check below the player Rock FM 2, which is Rock FM's sister station of "The Greatest Hits for Lancashire".

Rock FM music genre: pop

Rock FM slogan: "The Biggest Hits"

Rock FM availability: Rock FM is available on the traditional analogue radio on 97.4 FM in Lancashire - Preston and Blackpool, and available on the digital solutions, for example as online radio stream without area restrictions.

DAB Digital Radio: Rock FM

Contacts

E-mail: Kirsty.Quigley[kukac]rockfm.co.uk

Postal address: Rock FM, St. Paul’s Square, Preston, PR1 1XA, United Kingdom

Phone: +44 0177 247 7700 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)

SMS: 63103 - Please start your message with “ROCK”
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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/974rockfm
Twitter: https://twitter.com/974rockfm
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/974rockfm
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/rockfm974
Website: https://planetradio.co.uk/rock-fm

Frequency: Lancashire - Preston and Blackpool - 97.4 FM
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Bauer to network drivetime across 11 licences in North and Midlands
Bauer Media has announced plans to network Wes Butters and Gemma Atkinson across most of its big city stations in England, meaning 7 presenters will lose their daily drivetime show. From 2nd September, Wes will be on 4-7pm across Metro Radio, TFM, Rock FM, Radio City, Hallam FM, Radio Aire, Viking FM and the four Free Radio stations in the West Midlands – in addition to his current show on Hits Radio in Manchester and on DAB across the UK. Gemma will join the show after her maternity leave...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 05.08.2019
Bauer gains approval to network breakfast shows
Ofcom has granted Bauer a number of Format changes to allow all of its stations to network all but three hours each weekday rather than the previous seven. UK commercial radio stations have been allowed to submit Format changes since the Localness Guidelines were amended last year, but Bauer has only just taken the steps required to allow this. Bauer can now share all programmes, with the exception of a three-hour show on weekdays (which doesn’t have to be breakfast), in the approved areas already suggested by Ofcom.More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 08.07.2019
Bauer design agency reveals Hits Radio national roll-out
One of Bauer’s design agencies has offered an insight into the future of the Hits Radio brand after writing about its recent work on its website. Thinkfarm, which works with Bauer designing and promoting some of its radio stations, created the brand identity and marketing campaign for Hits Radio. It appears to confirm that Hits Radio will replace regional brands to create one national station.More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 11.04.2019
Greatest Hits Radio launches with new line-up
Greatest Hits Radio has launched on FM, AM and DAB in a number of regions across England, with Mark Goodier joining the network for a daily programme. The former BBC Radio 1 and Smooth Radio presenter will present the mid-morning show, and joins a team of presenters already established on the network. Here’s how the schedule looks each weekday in England:...More >>
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Hits Radio to launch own UK Chart Show
Bauer is to broadcast its own chart show each Sunday afternoon following its decision to drop the Official Big Top 40 from Global. The UK Chart Show will broadcast every Sunday 4pm till 7pm with Sarah Jane Crawford across the Hits Radio Network from this Sunday, 6th January 2019. The programme will play “the hottest 30 tracks in the UK, airing what audiences are listening to, streaming, watching and downloading that week...More >>
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Manchester is once again our focus on the local radio round-up, where the station previously known as Key 103 has lost more listeners. Hits Radio (Manchester) is reporting 325,000 weekly reach, compared with 374,000 last quarter. This is half the amount of listeners it had four years ago. Newly rebranded Key Radio (previously Key 2) has 53,000 listeners compared with 81,000 three months ago. Hits Radio’s Market Share has dropped from 5.2% to 3.9% and hours are down by 561,000 in three months.More >>
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