Virgin Radio

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Virgin Radio is a brand owned by the Virgin Group used by a number of different radio stations worldwide under licence from Virgin. Virgin Radio stations in each country are usually owned independently of the Virgin Group.

The stations generally carry independent programming, but have access to some shared programming, usually linked to other Virgin entities such as the V Festival. Virgin Radio stations are normally classified as rock music or contemporary hit radio stations.

Stations include:

Former stations:

  • UK: Virgin Radio UK (renamed Absolute Radio on Monday 29 September 2008)
  • UK: Virgin Radio Classic Rock (renamed Absolute Classic Rock on Monday 29 September 2008)
  • UK: Virgin Radio Xtreme (renamed Absolute Xtreme on Monday 29 September 2008)
  • UK: Virgin Radio Groove (Closed April 4, 2008)

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