Sine FM

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Sine FM
Broadcast area Doncaster, South Yorkshire (FM)
Worldwide (Internet)
Slogan Doncaster's Local Station
Frequency FM 102.6 MHz
First air date 26 September 2009
Format Community
Owner Higher Rhythm Ltd
Webcast 96 kbit/s

Sine FM, sometimes known simply as Sine, is a community radio station based at the XP School near the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster. It broadcasts 24/7 to the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster on 102.6 FM and to the world on its website, Sine


Sine FM is Doncaster's first FM licensed community radio station covering central Doncaster and the surrounding areas.

Sine FM was established in early 2007 and between then and its official 24/7 launch in September 2009 it ran several trial broadcasts during 2007 and 2008.

The station airs a wide range of programming both chat and musically based, and strives to celebrate the diversity of Doncaster. It also includes shows presented by local businesses.

It is the official media partner of local football club Doncaster Rovers and provides matchday music for home games at the Keepmoat Stadium

The station holds the British record for the longest marathon radio show by a DJ team. A record 72 hours in length.[1]

The station was awarded its community radio licence from Ofcom in December 2007.[2]

Location move[edit]

In October 2016, Sine FM moved from its old location at the Higher Rhythm recording studios on Nether Hall Road to its new location within the building of the XP School on Middle Bank next to the Keepmoat Stadium.[3]


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