An announcement from QSoft Consulting.

An announcement from QSoft Consulting:

QSoft Consulting can confirm that its GaydarRadio DAB licences will officially be handed over to Gaydio, a not for profit FM radio station for LGBT people, on the 7th January 2013. The transfer of the licences will enable QSoft Consulting to focus on its core business interests which includes the and dating sites, mobile sites and apps.

Trevor Martin, CEO of QSoft Consulting, comments:

“Everyone associated with GaydarRadio should be immensely proud of what the station has achieved. The station has devoted an extraordinary amount of time to help social causes within the LGBT community as well as supporting talent within the music industry. The transfer of the DAB licences to Gaydio will ensure that the time and money invested in GaydarRadio will continue to live on and be supported in an appropriate way, with the support of the Gaydio FM licence.”


For the full release please visit the QSoft Consulting website.


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