Scrolling through all the legal requirements to page 10, page 13 of the pdf, and Spectrum's reasoning is there, and how the service will differentiate itself from LBC, which has now gone national.
Look at their schedules and see their lack of clients now compared with when they first came on
Sout-al-Khalej has probably now decided it doesn't want to pay for the AM airtime given DAB penetration in London is higher than average. I've just checked the DAB and AM signal here, the AM has some local interference audible despite its strength.
If they end up handing the licence back would it be re-advertised as a commercial radio licence, there were a number of applicants for the 963/972 one. Or would Ofcom release it for community radio use where Quasar and others could use it for a service distinctive from other licenced commercial stations.
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