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About KCLR 96FM

Listen to the online radio of KCLR live, which started its broadcast in 2004, and operates as a commercial radio station in its Kilkenny studios, with analogue availability in County Kilkenny and County Carlow. The radio is in the ownership of CK Broadcasting Ltd.
The broadcaster pursues to be the most organic information and music source primarily for the adult age group. Therefore the station broadcasts more speech related programmes besides the music. Locally relevant news, sports, travel and weather updates arrive regularly in the news bulletins, and also international outlook broadens the perspective. Current affairs of Carlow and Kilkenny, local government issues, politics are discussed along with the most diverse topics - health, food, showbusiness, entertainment, arts, farming. The radio's schedule also brings some documentaries and dramas in the air.
The music repertoire of KCLR 96FM is similarly extensive as its talk-content, so the general pop music-kit from the last 30 years is expanded with specialist music programmes, in which indie, country, folk, rock, traditional Irish and Irish country music fill the playlist.
As local radio, the broadcaster supports the local bands and talents by airing interviews with the artistst and the songwriters, and also gives air-time to their music.
The station warms-up the weekday mornings with “KCLR Breakfast” show presented by John Walsh from 7am to 10am.

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Postal address: Broadcast Centre, Leggettsrath Business Park, Carlow Road, Kilkenny, R95 YTD5

Website: https://kclr96fm.com
Phone: 1890 90 9696 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)
SMS/WhatsApp: 083 3069696 (Get informed by your network provider about SMS service costs)
E-mail: info[kukac]kclr96fm.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kclr96fm
Twitter: https://twitter.com/kclr96fm
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kclr96fm
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/kclr96fm
SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/kclr96fm

KCLR 96FM frequencies

Borris, South Carlow - 96.2 FMCallan, Kilkenny - 96.0 FMCounty Carlow - 96.9 FMCounty Kilkenny - 96.6 FMGraiguenamanagh, Kilkenny - 94.6 FMJohnstown, Kilkenny - 96.0 FMUrlingford, Kilkenny - 96.0 FMWaterford City - 94.6 FMWexford - 94.6 FM
The broadcast is available on the traditional analogue radio in Co Carlow and Co Kilkenny, and also distributed on the digital solutions like DAB Digital Radio, we recommend the online radio stream.
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radiotoday.ie - 03.06.2020