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Not only is it the UK’s first country music station but it is also Northern Ireland’s only dedicated DAB radio station.
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More info: Wikipedia ; Vicipéid ; MB21 ; The Big Tower Coordinates / Comhordanáidí: 54°35'13" N, 06°01'20" W ; Elevation / Airde: 388.6 m (1275 ft); Tower height / Airde túr: 228.6 m (750 ft) The Black Mountain transmitting station is a broadcasting and telecommunications facility, situated on land 300.8 metres (987 ft) above mean sea level to the west of the city of Belfast, in Northern Ireland.
It was built in 1959 and is owned and operated by Arqiva.