Six FM

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Q106
Broadcast area Mid Ulster region of Northern Ireland
Frequency 106 & 107.2 FM
Format Music & Talk
Audience share 7.2% (March 2009, [1])
Owner Alpha Newspapers, The Irish News, Q Network Radio
Sister stations Q97.2, Q101.2, Q102.9, Five FM, Seven FM
Website http://www.qradionetwork.com/site/q106

Q106 (formerly Mid FM, and then Six FM) is a radio station based in Cookstown, County Tyrone. It broadcasts on 106 & 107.2 FM to the Mid Ulster region of Northern Ireland plus other areas, or more specifically East Tyrone, South Londonderry and North Armagh. The station broadcasts a mix of news, sport, music and community information for the area. One of the station's directors is Lord Kilclooney, the former Ulster Unionist Deputy Leader and MP, also known as John Taylor. The station's callsign is Tyrone.Derry.Armagh.

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