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96.3 Rock Radio Studios
Scotland

96.3 Rock Radio is owned by GMG Radio and was launched in January 2007 as Scotland's first "Classic Rock" radio station.


The station is available across the West of Scotland on 96.3 FM and also on DAB. The station broadcasts local news and content for the area from its new studios built within its sister station Real Radio in Baillieston, Glasgow.

GMG Radio is one of Britain's leading radio businesses encompassing the Real Radio, Smooth Radio, Century FM and Rock Radio brands. The group has 11 stations across London, Wales, Scotland, Yorkshire, East and West Midlands and the North East and West of England providing GMG Radio with the largest regional footprint in the UK. The company is owned by the Guardian Media Group Plc.

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