Club and Bar Revenge have signed a groundbreaking content and cross-promotional partnership with national gay radio station ‘Gaydio’ following the launch of the service on the London and Sussex Coast DAB digital radio multiplexes.
Manchester based Gaydio started life as a community radio station serving Manchester’s gay village on FM. Following the demise of GaydarRadio, Gaydio have taken over the GaydarRadio licenses in London and Brighton and intend to continue providing a radio service for the LGBT community on the digital radio dial providing an up-beat mix of entertainment and music
Club Revenge has been serving the LGBT community in Brighton and Hove for over 21 years, with a top lineup of DJs as well as regular live performances from some of the best known names in pop.
The new partnership between the two ventures will see Club Revenge’s DJs regularly appearing on the radio as well as Gaydio running events and promotions at Revenge and their sister bar, Bar Revenge as well as possibilities for live radio broadcasts in the future.
The first Club Revenge guest mix has been produced by Cheeks Du Rhythm, resident at Girls On Top, Club Revenge’s award winning lesbian club.
You’ll be able to tune in the hear the broadcast on Thursday, February 21, 2013 at 10pm.
Gaydio’s Ian Wallace said:
“We’re really pleased to be partnering with Revenge as one of the premier venues in Brighton. Gaydio is on digital radio throughout Sussex and we’re committed to providing a service that local people can relate to. As well as being a support of Student Pride and Brighton Pride, several of our presenters are from or have strong links the city. Working in partnership with venues such as Revenge will allow us to link the sound of the scene to the sound of the airwaves.”
Alex Baker, Marketing and Promotion manager at Club and Bar Revenge, said:
“We’re really excited that Gaydio is now on the digital radio dial in Brighton, one of the UK’s most iconic and vibrant cities. We’re delighted to be providing the Gaydio team with the sound of Brighton’s gay scene through regular guest mixes from our resident DJs, adding to the diverse content that makes Gaydio a truly national station. We’re also looking at collaborating on events this year, bringing Gaydio DJs to Brighton and also offering Gaydio use of our facilities as a base to broadcast from at some of the amazing events in Brighton’s gay calendar”.