Radio Jackie holds a commercial, not community, licence! You're not very good with facts, are you Nigel?
"'C' is a commercial station. Yet it has decided not to go for an audience, nobody is listening so it sells very little paid ads anyway."
Caroline is a community station, thus has limits on the amount of advertising it can sell (see below), every year they set a new record on income from listeners, which would indicate an ever increasing audience.
If you can not understand the basic differences between a commercial and community radio licence, no wonder you post so much nonsense.
Each station can carry advertising and sponsorship, although there are rules on how much income they can take from these sources (income above £15,000 from advertising and sponsorship must be balanced with additional income from other sources).
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