Absolute Radio 00s

Absolute Radio 00s is a Semi-National Digital radio station owned and operated by Bauer as part of the Absolute Radio Network. It broadcasts locally on Bauer’s 11B Inverness DAB Multiplex. It broadcasts nationally via Smart Speaker streaming and online web streaming. It’s output is non-stop 2000s hits. It launched on 10 December 2010 on the Switch London DAB multiplex, replacing Absolute Radio 90s which moved permanently to the national Digital One multiplex following a trial period. (Absolute 90s had only launched in the London slot a few months prior to this, following Absolute Radio 80s' move to Digital One.). In December 2014, Absolute 00s was withdrawn from DAB in London, as part of wider alterations, but simultaneously was made available, on a placeholder basis, on DAB in Inverness. On 8 May 2020, the transmission of Absolute Radio 00s was temporarily suspended for 24 hours to allow the online capacity to be used for the one-day pop-up station Absolute Radio 40s, marking the 75th anniversary of VE Day, which also took over the AM frequencies of Absolute Radio for the day. (Absolute broadcast its usual format, featuring a "made in Britain" stunt event, on FM in London and nationally via Digital One). The 40s pop-up was also added to the CE Digital London 1 multiplex a... ()

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Fischer | Data Science. ID: MEDIA:8885, Added: 01/27/2020, Last updated: 12/02/2020