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North Battleford

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North Battleford Northwestern Radio Partnership (Rawlco Communications) hot adult contemporary - - CBK-FM-5 (CBK-FM) 00 99.9 FM North Battleford CBC Radio 2 public (public broadcasting) music - - CHBT-FM 0 100.5 FM North Battleford Battlefords Tourism and Convention Association tourist information - birth_date


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Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan

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in The Mailbox, Birmingham which has been its base since 25 October 2004. Journalists are also based at newsrooms in Wolverhampton, Coventry, Hereford, Worcester, Stoke-on-Trent, and Shrewsbury. The Radio Partnership expanded over the years to include other stations, such as Signal Radio (Signal 1) in Stoke-on-Trent. In 1999, Kelvin MacKenzie's Talk Radio UK bought The Radio Partnership and formed The Wireless Group to include the national


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Northern Ireland

In 1999 TalkCo was renamed The Wireless Group and in January 2000 Talk Radio was rebranded as TalkSport. The Wireless Group acquired The Radio Partnership in 1999, gaining control of its nine local commercial stations. In May 2005, it was announced that the Northern Ireland media company, UTV plc, had made an agreed offer to buy the company, subject to shareholder and regulatory approval. In June 2005, the takeover proceeded, with MacKenzie being replaced by UTV

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