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About JACKfm

Listen online to the internet radio of JACKfm live, which was launched in 2007, and broadcasts from Oxford, mainly for the people of Oxfordshire. The station is owned by Jack Media Oxfordshire Ltd. The broadcaster is a multiple award-winning radio, including multiple Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards, and Sony Radio Academy Awards. The station provides Oxfordshire with local news, sports, travel-traffic information and weather updates. The playlist brings a wide selection of adult pop and rock hits. The JACK brand is renowned for its irresistibly funny approach, so the broadcast is packed with good humour and jokes from the brand's highly trusted comedy experts. The broadcaster launches the weekdays with the "JACKfm Breakfast" commanded by Matt Richardson between 7am and 10am.

JACKfm slogan: "Playing What We Want"

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Postal address: Chillbrook House, Suite 4, Oasis Business Park, Stanton Harcourt Road, Eynsham OX29 4TP

Website: https://www.jackfm.co.uk
Phone Studio: +44 0186 557 5106
Office: +44 0186 531 5980
E-mail: jack[kukac]jackfm.co.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jackfm
Twitter: https://twitter.com/jackfmoxford
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jackfmoxford
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/jackfmoxfordshire

Frequency: Oxford - Oxfordshire - 106.4, 106.8 FM
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News about JACKfm

JACK fm is planning a return to the UK radio scene
The company behind the JACK fm brand in the UK has announced the station will return – when they want. The local JACK fm stations in Oxford were sold to Bauer in 2023 and either closed or rebranded, meaning the end of the name after 16 years.More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 16.02.2024
JACK fm licences in Oxfordshire to be acquired by Bauer Media
The JACK stations in Oxfordshire are set to close as Bauer Media moves to acquire the group’s two fm licences. 106.4 and 106.8, covering Oxford and surrounding areas, and 107.9, covering Oxfordshire, currently hosts JACK fm and JACK 3 Chill respectively...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 17.07.2023
Jamie East joins JACKfm Oxfordshire to cover Breakfast
TV, radio and podcast presenter Jamie East is joining JACKfm Oxfordshire as a cover presenter. He will co-host JACKfm Breakfast with Andrea Fox on 1st and 2nd June while Matt Richardson takes time off to do some stand-up comedy...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 25.05.2023
Andrea Fox joins Matt Richardson at Breakfast on JACK fm
JACKfm’s News Editor, Jo Summerbell has gone on maternity leave after over 10 years at JACKfm Oxfordshire. Most recently Jo has been co-hosting the new breakfast show with local comedian and presenter Matt Richardson...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 21.05.2023
RAJAR Q1 2023: Radio is booming according to the latest figures
Boom Radio is thanking the Late Paul O’Grady for its latest audience figures after it doubled its audience year-on-year, with 635,000 adults now listening each week. “Paul’s Christmas special delivered record numbers for us and set us up perfectly for 2023 according to our own data...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 18.05.2023
Comedian Matt Richardson replaces Iain Lee on JACKfm
Multi-award winning comedian, former host of TV’s The Xtra Factor and Virgin Radio drivetime, Matt Richardson is joining JACKfm. Matt returned to his home county last year after nearly a decade living in London and now returns to radio to host JACKfm breakfast following Iain Lee’s decision to step down...More >>
ontheradio.co.uk - 23.02.2023
Iain Lee quits JACK fm and announces retirement from radio
Iain Lee is leaving JACK fm and has announced he won’t look for any more radio work. In a series of tweets on Monday, Iain said he handed in his notice a few weeks ago and doesn’t know if he’ll be back on-air. He’s due to return from his current holiday on Wednesday but said the tweets might change that...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 06.02.2023
JACK fm books a theatre show for Dom Joly to perform
Dom is finishing his UK tour with his biggest theatre show yet in Oxford booked by the bosses at JACK fm. The comedian has been the voice of JACK fm since July, and also hosts a weekend show on the station. Supporting his tour, JACK fm is hoping Dom will sell out his last show at the New Theatre Oxford on 20th January 2023...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 23.12.2022
All change at JACKfm as Iain Lee gets a Rude Awakening
JACKfm Oxfordshire has hired Iain Lee to host Breakfast from July 4th as current host Trevor Marshall moves to Drive. The station is also changing its station voice and introducing jingles previously used by JACKfm stations in North America. Dom Joly will replace Paul Darrow who has been the station’s main voice since its launch 15 years ago...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 10.06.2022