Scottish Radio, Guardian and GWR in digital radio consortium bid

- Score Now, the consortium owned by Scottish Radio Holdings, the Guardian Media Group and GWR Group, today confirmed their plans to bid for London's third digital radio multiplex.

- Score Now, the consortium owned by Scottish Radio Holdings, the Guardian Media Group and GWR Group, today confirmed their plans to bid for London's third digital radio multiplex.

Score Now believes it can offer London a compelling range of new radio services, extending choice for listeners and advertisers alike. The bid follows the consortium's attempt to win the second London licence.

Score Now proposed a total of nine programme services for London, combining six new digital-only services such as pop country, male rock, soul, a new music service for the Over 45s and club dance with existing favourite, Jazz FM.

London's third digital radio licence is due to be advertised by the Radio Authority next year.





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