Southern Radio Group

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The Southern Radio Group was a company which owned and operated radio stations on the south coast of England.

History[edit]

Southern Radio group was formed when Ocean Sound merged with Southern FM. Later, in 1992, the group acquired Invicta FM and its AM services Invicta SuperGold in Kent, and Mellow 1557 in Essex.

In 1994, Capital Radio opted to purchase Southern Radio plc, which included Ocean Sound. This led to the station being a more music-led station, playing heavy rotation soft adult contemporary hits, with its news and information sequences reduced in length and finishing with the sentence "And that's the way it is at

  1. ^ "Details of Capital Radio's acquisition". Retrieved 2010-01-18. 

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