XFM Scotland

XFM Scotland

XFM Scotland live broadcasting from UK.  Xfm Scotland has been taken under its older sibling, xfm.co.uk’s wing, where you’ll be able to catch-up with what’s happening in the music world, as well as participate in the best competitions anywhere. XFM Scotland plays different range of music genres like country and songs. Among the people of all ages this radio channel plays music programs and talk shows 24 hours live online.

XFM Scotland (formerly 96.3 Rock Radio Real XS Q96 and 96.3QFM) was a Scottish independent local radio station owned byGlobal Radio. It was based at Baillieston to the east of Glasgow and broadcast to Renfrewshire, Ayrshire, West Central Scotland andCentral Scotland.

The majority of programming was networked from London, with separate local weekday breakfast, drivetime and weekend breakfast shows produced specifically for Scotland.

The station ceased transmission on 96.3 FM at around 6:20PM on Sunday 13 September 2015, when owners Global Radio decided to hand the licence back to Ofcom.

The station launched as Rock Radio Scotland’s first classic rock station by GMG Radio when they bought the licence previous owned by UTV Radio and branded as Q96, playing pop music of all types. The station shares news and sport coverage with associated stations Real Radio and Smooth Radio but carries emphasis on Renfrewshire issues to fulfill its licensing requirement, such as lead sport stories from St Mirren.

Radio Information:

Location: Glasgow, UK

Language: English

Genres: Alternative, Glasgow, Scotland

Web Site: www.xfm.co.uk