Public File

Public File.

MAX Radio is owned and operated by MAX Radio UK Broadcasting Ltd, and licensed by the regulatory body, Ofcom, as a DAB operator. Therefore, we are subject to the broadcasting and standards code, through the music and content we deliver.

The Public File is just an indicator of our output.

MAX Radio will begin broadcasting on Monday 3rd May 2021 and will initially start transmissions on the following DAB multiplexes; Wolverhampton & Shrewsbury and Exeter and Torbay. These platforms broadcast across the whole of the Black Country, Shropshire and Devon. The DAB multiplexes are owned and operated by Arqiva.

MAX Music.
We unashamedly play nothing but old skool tunes from the 1980's, 1990's and 00's, but rarely place anything post 2015 on our playlist, with a variety of genres focused on a specific demographic.

Our Listeners.
Primarily, our service is aimed at 30 - 50 year olds.

Live Programming and Broadcast Hours.
MAX broadcasts around the clock - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are fully committed to producing as much 'live' programming as possible through the week;
Monday to Friday, 07:00 - 01:00
At the weekend and during off peak hours, there may be times when our output is 'recorded'. 

News Output.
There may be times when we don't carry any news output during our programming, but generally, we will provide a news service from Sky News. This will be in the form of a one minute bulletin and provided during our programmes through the week and during some parts of our weekend output.

Operational Contacts.
For all enquiries, please contact one of our team.
Programme Director - Stu Haycock (stuhaycock@wearemax.uk)
Head of Music - Matt Rogan (mattrogan@wearemax.uk)
Sales - Ellen Rushford (ellen@wearemax.uk)
Director of Operations - Steve Murphy (stevemurphy@wearemax.uk)

Newhampton Arts Centre, Newhampton Road East, Wolverhampton WV1 4AP.
Tel: 01902 572260

Complaints.
If you have a complaint to make about Max Radio, in the first instance please submit your complaint to our Programme Director (details in the Operational Contacts).

If you are unhappy with the response, you can place in a complaint with the industry regulator, Ofcom. Their website has full details on how you do this; http://www.ofcom.org.uk/complaints