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  • Title: Oban FM, Your Local Radio Station
    Descriptive info: .. Oban FM 103.. 3.. Your Local Radio.. Home.. About.. Welcome to Oban FM Temporary Website.. We must apologise for not having the full website up and running but with many alterations that are taking place at Oban FM including the up and coming Mast Renewals the website too is being updated.. This web page has  ...   Thursday 24th of January for an update.. We will be putting the online Radio Streaming Link back up on this page on the 18th of January.. If you have any questions in the meantime you can contact us on 01631 570057 or.. email us.. an Argyll Technologies Website Reconstruction.. Copyright 2013 ---.. All Rights Reserved.. Argyll Technologies..

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  • Title: Oban FM, Your Local Radio Station
    Descriptive info: About Us - Oban FM Temporary Website.. Oban FM Radio is a community radio station, based in Oban, and broadcasting to much of North Argyll in the Highlands of Scotland.. The Oban FM group was founded in 1972 by Andy Campbell and Tom Laurenson, working with a group of able volunteers who achieved much in a short time.. Two short spells of broadcasting (RSLs) one in 1992 and one in 1995 paved the way for an application to the Radio Authority for a full time licence.. The Oban FM group won, against competition, in March 96, and Oban FM was on the air on July 15th,  ...   North Argyll community until 2010.. Oban FM broadcasts daily from 8am to mid day, and in the evenings from around 5pm.. Outwith these hours, the station carries Clyde 2 from Radio Clyde in Glasgow.. Oban FM is entirely independent of Radio Clyde, but gratefully acknowledges the help and ongoing support provided by Radio Clyde from the early days of preparing our application and since.. Oban FM programmes are produced by our volunteers, and the diversity of these programmes reflects the diversity of interests within the community.. The list includes Scottish country dance music and the classics, jazz and current pop, celtic rock and big band sounds..

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