Fusion Radio Sales lands ad contracts for 15 local stations

Fusion Radio Group has signed contracts to handle ad sales for 15 stations in England and Wales.

Fusion Radio Group has signed contracts to handle ad sales for 15

stations in England and Wales.



South London Station FLR 107.3 and Oxford’s Oxygen are wholly owned by

the Fusion Group. The other 13 will remain independent although Fusion

has expressed its intention to buy them.



The stations are: Ritz Country, Millennium FM and Liberty Radio in

London; Dream FM in Colchester; Guernsey’s Island FM and Jersey’s

Channel FM; Cat FM in Cheltenham; Peak FM in Chesterfield; Western Super

Mare’s WFM; Bath FM; Sunshine 855 in Herefordshire and Welsh stations

Radio Ceredigion and Radio Maldwyn.



Fusion Radio Sales, which is headed by Gerry Boniface, will handle

national sales.



Nigel Reeve, founder and chief executive of Fusion Radio Group,

confirmed that another ten radio stations would join the existing 15

stations next week.



The group, which launched in March (Media Business, 6 March), comprises

three divisions: sales, acquisitions and web radio.



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