The tower broadcasts BBC1, BBC2, ITV1 Yorkshire, Channel 4, Five, six digital television multiplexes, three digital radio ensembles and two independent local radio stations (Galaxy 105 and Real Radio) over an area of approximately 10,000 km2 The Government declared Emley Tower a Grade II Listed Building of 'significant architectural or historic interest' in 2002.
What does ILR stand for?
ILR stands for Independent Local Radio
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We have 67 other meanings of ILR in our Acronym Attic
- Ilo, Moquegua, Peru - Ilo Airport (Airport Code)
- Inbound Link Quality
- Intermediate Leadership Qualification (Canada)
- Interlab Quality Control (various organizations)
- IBM Library Reader
- Ice-Lined Refrigerator (preservation and storage)
- Immediate Loss Reporting (insurance)
- Implantable Loop Recorder (heart rhythm monitor)
- Indefinite Leave to Remain (United Kingdom)
- Independent Living Resources (various locations)
- Indian Law Reports
- Individualised Learner Record (UK)
- Indonesian Law Reporter
- Industrial and Labor Relations (Cornell University school)
- Industrial and Labour Relations
- Inflatable Life Raft
- Institut Für Luft – Und Raumfahrt (German:Institute and Chair of Aerospace Engineering)
- Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation (French: Luxembourg Institute of Regulation; Luxembourg)
- Institute for Labour Research (UK)
- Institute for Law & Religion (Belgium)
Samples in periodicals archive:
1 commercial national speech station - talkSPORT, 13 Independent Local Radio Stations (ILRs) and a number of digital radio multiplexes throughout GB.
Cleverly, it's location-aware, meaning that all the BBC and independent local radio stations are easy to find out of the 300 or so stations on offer.
In his statement, Mr Osborne said the BBC would have to reduce its online presence and make "no further encroachments into local media markets, to protect local newspapers and independent local radio and TV".
The RUK move follows a decision by the BHA last year, ending an arrangement by which a company run by long-time broadcaster Greg Strange was paid around pounds 100,000 a year to provide a service to independent local radio stations.
The A List Chart is the first launch of an independent local radio chart show across the networks for two decades.
A new independent local radio station opens, on average, every month in the UK.
Radio beat ten other bids for the new regional independent local radio licence covering 2.