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‘Virgin Radio is no longer the iconic brand that was once heard in the UK’

21-February-2009
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‘Virgin Radio is no longer the iconic brand that was once heard in the UK’

“Virgin Radio is no longer the iconic ‘Virgin Radio’ brand that was once heard in the UK. The existing radio station appears to have lost a lot of business in a very short span of time. It is disappointing that the Virgin brand is not on radio in London, but we could not reach an agreement with The Times of India at that time,” says Ian Grace, President, Virgin Radio.

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