Talk:Chill (radio station)
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Is it me, or is this article written in quite a high amount of detail? Much more than I think would have been released to the public - am I the only one who thinks someone at GCap/GWR wrote this? Anon Dude 13:32, 26 July 2006 (UTC)
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Business model (if any)
I used to listen to Chill Radio quite a lot, on DAB (in London) until my DAB radio broke down. More recently I have listened to it occasionally online. What always puzzled me is that there seem to be no adverts whatever (apart from plugs for other parts of the service), and this appears to be confirmed by a statement somewhere else that 'adverts are practically non-existent'. So who pays the bills? It is an officially licensed radio service, so it could hardly escape the usual royalty payments to copyright-holders. The only clue I can see is that it is owned by a larger group (Global) which may find it useful to keep it running as a means of keeping a channel open. But it still seems a bit odd, and I hope someone can explain the economics.126.96.36.199 (talk) 19:39, 22 November 2013 (UTC)