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Olswang helps QSoft transfer radio licences

Olswang has acted for long-standing client QSoft Consulting in a transaction to transfer its Gaydar Radio DAB Broadcasting licenses to Gaydio, the UK’s first FM gay radio station.

As a result of the transfer, programming for Gaydar Radio will be controlled by Gaydio from its Manchester headquarters. As part of the agreement, the Gaydar Dating brand will continue to be supported by on-air editorial programming and advertising support.

The Olswang team was led by partner John Enser, who was supported by Jill Pollock (commercial), Stephen Hignett (tax) and Melanie Lane (employment).

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