Gaydar owner quits digital radio, hands DAB licences to rival Gaydio

The owner of GaydarRadio has relinquished its digital licences to smaller not-for-profit rival Gaydio, saying that the cost of DAB was hurting the growth of its core business.

QSoft Consulting will hand over the licences to Gaydio on January 7. It said today that the transfer of the licences will enable it to focus on core business interests such as the and dating sites, mobile sites and apps.

As a result, GaydarRadio will cease broadcasting from its Twickenham ...

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