|Broadcast area||Rhyl, Prestatyn, St Asaph and surrounding areas|
|Slogan||The Sound of the North Wales Coast|
|First air date||27 March 2010|
|Last air date||14 July 2017|
|Format||Community: music and talk|
|Owner||Radio Elwy Point FM Ltd|
Point FM was a community radio station serving northern Denbighshire and eastern parts of Conwy County Borough in North Wales. Owned and operated by Radio Elwy Ltd, the station broadcast locally on 103.1 FM and online.
Point FM's programming largely consisted of music and talk output alongside local news features and information, specialist music output, sports coverage and live event outside broadcasts with automated music during non-programming hours. Apart from national news bulletins produced by Sky News Radio, most of the station's output was produced and presented locally.
After being awarded an FM community licence by OFCOM in 2008, the station was initially based at the Morville Hotel on Rhyl's East Parade before moving to temporary studios at Ffirth Beach in Prestatyn, and in July 2012, permanent studios and offices on Wellington Road in West Rhyl.
In October 2017, OFCOM announced that the station had surrendered its FM licence.
- Point FM - Public File
- Denbighshire's Point FM faces liquidation threat due to licence fee 'oversight', Daily Post, 25 March 2017
- Point FM goes into liquidation after not paying to play records, Daily Post, 11 July 2017
- Winding-Up Orders - Radio Elwy Point FM Limited, The Gazette, 10 July 2017
- OFCOM - radio broadcast update: October 2017, ofcom.org.uk