High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Radio Nova was a Pirate
radio station broadcasting from Dublin, Ireland. Owned and operated
by the UK pirate radio veteran Chris Cary, the station's first
broadcasts were during the (northern) summer of 1981 on 88.5mhz FM
and 819khz AM. Prior to Nova's arrival, Irish radio consisted of
the government broadcaster RTE and a number of local AM pirate
stations. Radio Nova was the first station in Ireland to utilise a
high powered signal on FM. By in 1982 Radio Nova was pulling in
over 40% of the available audience around Dublin. In September 1982
Radio Nova (operating on 88.1FM and 819AM at the time) introduced a
new service called Kiss FM on 102.7 mhz - inspired by Los
Angeles-based 102.7 KIIS-FM.
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