Just wondered whether, around the meeting tables, the subject of 'Radio Haymarket' has has been or ever will be a part of the agenda? I think it would be cool for a commercial radio station based out of The Towers.
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Well never say never - we are now Haymarket Media (not Haymarket Publishing), after all.
And we already have many radio links/tie-ups. For example, James Jolly - editor-in-chief of Gramophone - is a Radio 3 presenter.
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Well never say never - we are now Haymarket Media (not Haymarket Publishing), after all.And we already have many radio links/tie-ups. For example, James Jolly - editor-in-chief of Gramophone - is a Radio 3 presenter.
Ah, this is true - wouldn't it be great though to launch a station under your own banner....
As sales person, I'm salivating at the commercial potential of such a project (no, I'm not looking for a job, honest)
Well commercial radio revenues have fallen 40% in the past few years, so I wouldn't drool too much!
Quite often have hair-brained ideas when I'm bored. Short-term it's ridiculous, long term, hence the titile "Future...", could turn into something doable.
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