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WALES has a brand new urban music radio station on the airwaves this month, with BEATS FM broadcasting across Cardiff on a one-month restricted service license on 107.2 and across the world in digital on www.beatsfm.com.
The community radio station, Lionheart Radio, has been granted a restricted service license by the Radio Authority to broadcast for a month from June 28, which coincides with the start of Alnwick Fair Week.
Each local permit, called a Restricted Service License (RSL), is for two years and costs around $7,000.
A new class of restricted service licenses has allowed Muslims, for example, to have a dedicated station for Ramadan.
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