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Ormonde and Anderson consortium takes full control of Radio Nova

15th October, 2017
Kevin Branigan, chief executive, Radio Nova Picture: Fergal Phillips

A new consortium is taking over Dublin radio station Radio Nova with investment in programming promised and a plan for national expansion.

Businessman Mike Ormonde, cinema industry heir Tom Anderson and long standing radio executive Kevin Branigan have taken over the 38 per cent stake formerly held by Vienna Investments, where backers included Peter Aiken, the McEvaddy aviation brothers and Pearse Farrell.

Other Nova investors that are exiting include technology entrepreneur Pat McDonagh, who had an...

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