- United Kingdom
BBC Radio 6 Music
(90s - 80s - 70s - pop) - BBC Radio 6 Music
United Kingdom - England - London
BBC Radio 6 Music is a British computerized radio broadcast run by the BBC, practicing fundamentally in elective music. BBC 6 Music was the principal public music radio broadcast to be dispatched by the BBC in 32 years. It is accessible just on computerized media: DAB radio, the Internet, advanced TV, and all through northern and western Europe through the Astra 2B satellite.
BBC 6 Music has been depicted as a "devoted elective music station". Numerous moderators have contended against the insight that the primary center is independent guitar music. The actual station portrays its yield as "the state of the art music of today, the famous and notable music of the beyond 40 years and limitless admittance to the BBC brilliant music chronicle". Beginning around 2014 a yearly live event, 6 Music Festival, has been held in various urban areas around the United Kingdom and broadcast live on the station.
In July 2010, the BBC Trust reported it had dismissed a proposition by the BBC to close 6 Music to give business matches more space. The trust remarked that the station was "popular with its audience members, was profoundly unmistakable and made a significant commitment. In 2018, 6 Music was the most paid attention to computerized just radio broadcast, with a normal week by week crowd of 2.53 million.