On 4 January 2013, during Gaydar Radio's live broadcasting hours between 7 AM and 10 PM, the presenters and fans celebrated an emotional goodbye.
Phil Marriott, who is on air between 6 and 10 PM on weekday extended his last show by 1 hour.
On 3 January 2013 QSoft announced that the DAB licences for London and the Sussex Coast would be transferred to Gaydio from 7 AM on 7 January 2013.
It has a reach of 488,470 (Ipsos MORI/Rajar 18 May – 26 July 2010) listeners a week in the UK, Gaydar Radio was based in Twickenham in South West London, in a building called Queen's House, a name that provided a frequent source of amusement for the presenters.
In contrast to much of the UK radio industry, the editorial focus is on personality rather than a strictly formatted music mix.
This more relaxed style allows the presenters to talk with their listeners about gay life.
Following its success, it moved onto the Sky platform in 2002 before leaving on 18 February 2011 after a "substantial decline" in its audience figures through the platform.
with the backing of Kelvin Mac Kenzie and Lord Waheed Alli, was broadcasting as part of a bouquet of services provided by the Digital Radio Group (then part of the GWR Group).
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