Emap needs to rein in Kiss FM without limiting its appeal

Darby, Ian
August 2006
Campaign;8/11/2006, Issue 32, p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the need for Emap Radio to exercise greater control over Kiss FM radio and regulate the content aired on it. Emap Radio was accused by regulatory authority for communications industries in Great Britain Ofcom of exercising little control over local management of the radio which resulted in imposition of £175,000 fine on the company. Emap is planning to revamp of the Kiss FM network following the charges against it.


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