Please note that, update on our radio stream. The system audio is still being adapted and as you can tell taking a lot longer than we had planned, but it is not for off now. We are very sorry for the delay and we hope to get normal service back up very soon now.
MERSEYSIDE has some of the best musical talents in the world. It's diverse population has lead to an amazing culture that has produced some of the worlds best selling songs and bands. Liverpool, alone has produced world wide acclaim, not only through football, but through bands like the Beatles and Space, not forgetting Atomic Kitten and even the Spice Girls. Here at Liverpool Reporter, we aim to bring you that music, from this vibrant area. We also aim to support the talent that you can find here on Merseyside. Log on and play our station, so you can hear the sounds cultural.
This is a local radio station that plays to the world and is aimed at all age groups.
Our mix of music is very wide, so if you don't like a tune that's being played, you are more likely to like the next one. The service is free to use, 24 hours a day, all the year round, so what are you waiting for....?
Our TV channel is now on Southport.TV and holds our video archive for our online newspaper Southport Reporter..
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A multi million pound makeover is set to transform the bohemian heart of Liverpool. Liverpool City Council is looking to pedestrianise the full length of Bold Street to boost the emerging café culture and music scene in the historic Ropewalks area of the City Centre.....
Southport Reporter, our online newspaper and Formby Reporter, our news update information service both adheres to the UK's Press Code of Practice, under IMPRESS (The UK's Independent monitor for the press.) Liverpool Reporter's published news copy above, is also covered by IMPRESS
This site is owned and run by PCBT Photography & PBT Media Relations Ltd. and is part of the Mersey Reporter website series. All music remains the copyright of the artist who wrote and/or played it. Do not copy the streams or programs on this site. If you do you are braking the law and you will be prosecuted under UK copyright laws.
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