Sunrise Radio, Ireland
|Broadcast area||Greater Dublin, Ireland|
|Slogan||Multi-ethnic radio for Dublin|
|First air date||2006|
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Sunrise Radio Ireland was a radio station which broadcast to the Greater Dublin area in Ireland.
Programming contributions from Polish, Russian, Chinese, Indian, African and Pakistani presenters appeared on the schedule. Programmes were a mix of English and the presenters' native tongue, with no advertising permitted under the terms of the station's licence.
The station broadcast on a temporary licence from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland for several months in 2006 (with a licence renewal the following year), and was reputedly the "only dedicated multiethnic or polylingual ratio service to broadcast" within Ireland. The station's licence was not renewed or made permanent, and the broadcast frequency was later allocated to another station.
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