Advertising with NME

NME RadioNME Radio is the radio station from NME magazine, that broadcasts in a new commercially oriented alternative music format. It first began broadcasting on 24 June 2008.


Why to Advertise on NME

On Friday 11 June 2010 – almost two years after it’s launch – it was announced on the Guardian news website that NME Radio was to cease broadcasting on DAB digital radio, Sky, Virgin Media and Freesat platforms, and would revert to an online only “Jukebox” format after DX Media had decided to end the agreement to operate the service.


On 21 July 2010, IPC Media signed a new licence agreement with local radio group Town and Country Broadcasting. NME Radio relaunched in September 2010 and returned to some regional digital audio broadcasting (DAB) multiplexes. It also returned to Freesat and Sky until 5 December 2011. NME Radio is currently dually sited at IPC Media’s London HQ and Town and Country Broadcasting’s station in south Wales, Nation Radio.