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Popular Cornish radio station Pirate FM will soon be under new ownership after its parent company was bought by a media giant. Pirate FM, based in Pool , is to be sold off to Bauer Media Group that manages a portfolio of more than magazines, over digital products and 50 radio and TV stations around the world. Last month, Bauer bought a number of local stations from Wireless, marking its third acquisition of the year. By Chris Matthews. Pirate FM boasts thousands of listeners across the county Get the biggest Daily stories by email Subscribe See our privacy notice.
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Pirate FM is one of the Independent Local Radio stations for Cornwall , playing a range of music from the s to the present day. The station's launch Chief Executive was Mike Powell who specified digital technology so advanced at the time that it was featured on the BBC science programme, Tomorrow's World. Much of the early success of the station was due to the technical expertise of the first managing director Richard Lawley, who was also a graduate electronic engineer. He was succeeded by the station's initial sales director Joseph Swain. The station has also won numerous awards including 'Station of the Year' in the , to 1 million potential audience category at the and Sony Radio Academy awards.
They play reggae, dub, grime, breakbeat and garage - all from their DIY studio in someone's front room. An underground, pirate-style radio station based in a secret studio in Devon has high hopes for the future after tapping into what they believe is a big gap in the market. Their internet station plays a mix of non-mainstream genres including reggae, dub, grime, breakbeat and garage - all from their DIY studio in someone's front room. Station founder Leo Maunder, a taxi driver by day, admitted that they are massive fans of PJDN and try to keep the shows light-hearted and funny. Leo set up the station in June last year with friends Ed, a teacher, Scott Wills, who works at Tesco, and Dominic Bale - all of whom are involved in the North Devon music scene. Leo, 29, said: Slowly but surely, other guys started to contact us wanting to be involved. The station went from producing one-off shows to running 24 hours a day, albeit with much of the content being automatically streamed rather than overseen by a DJ.