Studio 100 candidate for national radio frequency

Hans Bourlon, CEO at Studio 100.

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Studio 100 has submitted a file to claim one of the national radio frequencies that will be distributed among commercial players. The company confirms that. Earlier, a DAB+ channel from Studio 100 appeared, ‘100 Crooners’.

In addition to the five FM stations for public broadcasting, three frequencies are also reserved in Flanders for commercial players. These three channels have long been in the hands of DPG Media and Mediahuis, with Qmusic and JOE on the one hand and Nostalgie on the other. The three places will be redistributed in due course. Candidates had until midnight Tuesday to submit their files.

Media company Studio 100 has also applied for this, a spokesperson confirms. At the beginning of this week, a DAB+ channel with the name 100 Crooners appeared, which Studio 100 confirms is their channel.

DPG Media and Mediahuis again applied for an FM frequency. The decision on the files will be made in February of next year.

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