UAE-based radio stations Radio 1 and Radio 2 are reportedly set to resume operations just weeks after being closed by Gulf News Broadcasting.
The stations, which went off air last month, will now be operated by Abu Dhabi Media Company the licence holder for the stations, the Media Network reported.
Abdul Rahman Awadh, Executive Director, Radio, Abu Dhabi Media, was quoted: The radio stations were originally owned by Abu Dhabi Media and will continue to reflect Abu Dhabi Medias ongoing commitment to providing diverse content that appeals to all aspects of society.
“Both radio stations will resume broadcast on the same frequencies, for which Abu Dhabi Media holds exclusive rights. We are currently investing in bringing new concepts and ideas to the content of Radio 1 and Radio 2.
It was reported last month that Abu Dhabi Media had reclaimed the licence amid a dispute over the frequency licences.
Abu Dhabi Media manages Abu Dhabi Classic FM and five other radio stations, among them Star FM and Quran Kareem.