Kerrang!Loud music loud attitudeKerrang!
is a commerical-break funded radio station.
How to Listen: Kerrang!Regional content
: National channel with no regional content or variations.Media UK
: For full details of broadcaster contacts, see the Media UK Kerrang! page
: See the Kerrang! website
: Radio is a specialist rock music radio station broadcasting to the West Midlands, England. The station's format mixes modern classic rock with speech programmes targeted at young people and an adult rock audience. It is connected with the Kerrang print magazine in name, ownership and style, although the radio station has a more mainstream adult rock output than the magazine, featuring more indie and alternative rock. - en.wikipedia.org read more about Kerrang! on wikipedia
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: Kerrang! is on multiplex COM6
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The coverage area shown is the official radiation pattern, the terrain and receiver aerial position is not taken into account.
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