Union JACK

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Union JACK is the first ever radio station dedicated to playing music only from British artists, owned and operated by OXIS Media, who own the JACK fm brand in Europe.

Spanning over six decades, listeners choose all the music that plays by voting through the Union JACK app.

Editorial areaUK
Audience figures101,000 listeners per weekRAJAR September 2017
Launched9 September 2016
OwnerOxis Media
Members ofRadiocentre

Contact Union JACK

Postal addressThe Dumpy Building
270-272 Woodstock Road
Official website

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Latest news stories

Sound Digital looks for two new DAB+ stations
RadioToday - published 27 September 2017, 5.55pm edt
Audio & Radio Industry Award 2017 nominations
RadioToday - published 18 September 2017, 7.15am edt
Programme Manager appointed for Union JACK
RadioToday - published 23 March 2017, 9.54am edt
Union JACK reaches 3 million song votes in first six months
Press Release - published 8 March 2017, 6.06pm est
Union Jack launches - UK's first fully-interactive national radio station - published 9 September 2016, 2.41am edt

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Donnach O'Driscoll Co-Chief Executive
Giles Gear Content Controller
Giles Gear Programme Manager
Ian Walker Chief Executive
Rich Smith Presenter
Tim Parker Programme Director
Trevor Marshall Presenter

…at Oxis Media

Clive Dickens Chairman

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