Heartbeat Radio moves to 104.1 fm
Heartbeat Radio for Women has moved to a new frequency - one with which fans of recently disbanded urban radio station Ebony 104.1 fm would be familiar.
Heartbeat, founded in the early 2000's resided on the 103.5 fm frequency until recently.
On Thursday, the radio station updated its Facebook page to say that it moved to the 104.1 fm frequency, previously occupied by Ebony.
Just over two weeks ago, management sent home the urban station's on-air crew in lieu of a 'format change'.
The radio stations are part of Caribbean Lifestyle Communications Limited, which in 2016 retrenched workers attached to its television station, IETV, due to 'tough economic times'.
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