|City of license||Salisbury|
|Frequency||FM: 102.0 MHz|
|First air date||20 September 1992|
|Format||Variety Hit Radio|
|Audience share||17.3% (June 2013, RAJAR)|
|Owner||The Local Radio Company
The station takes its name from the spire of Salisbury Cathedral. It was fully launched on 20 September 1992 (the licence ran from the 5th, when test transmissions began to be shared with programmes about the Salisbury arts Festival). Spire FM broadcasts from City Hall Studios in Malthouse Lane, Salisbury, part of the City Hall entertainments venue.
Spire FM has won a prestigious Sony Radio Award for Station of the Year in 1994 and the runner-up award in 2003. Other awards include: the KPMG Marketing Excellence Award, and Wiltshire Business of the Year finalists.
The station has received many industry awards and won the Radio Academy Nations and Regions award for 'Station of the Year' in the South region in 2007 and 2008.
Spire FM is owned by UKRD Group and in March 2010 it was ranked twenty-seventh in The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For.
In March 2011 it was ranked 1st in The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For.
- Martin Starke
- Craig Hicks
- Pat Sissons
- Kieran Williams
- Ian Burrage
- James Martin
- Henrietta Creasey
- Faye Marsh
- Mike Draper
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