Wednesday September 30, 2020

Phantom returns to slay old ghosts

There’s still an uncorked bottle of champagne sitting in one of the tiny studios on Dublin’s Wexford Street that remain the home of Phantom FM.

15th April, 2006

There’s still an uncorked bottle of champagne sitting in one of the tiny studios on Dublin’s Wexford Street that remain the home of Phantom FM.

The one-time pirate rock radio station, which has an impressive array of industry backers, has yet to actually get a run at commercial respectability because of a protracted - and ultimately unsuccessful - legal challenge to its success in winning the licence to run the capital’s...

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