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Rté 2xm

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Broadcast area National - Ireland
Frequency DAB Radio: Mux 1
UPC Ireland: Channel 944
Saorview: Channel 206
First air date 30 May 2007
(Officially launched 1 December 2008)
Format Music
Owner Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ)
Sister stations RTÉ 2fm
Webcast Real

RTÉ 2XM is a digital radio station of the Irish public-service broadcaster Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ).


Initially the broadcaster placed the station on the digital terrestrial television trial service in late October 2007. Along with 5 other new digital stations, RTÉ Choice was launched on 1 December 2008.[1] The station plays a broad range of music from rock, indie, metal, electronica, alternative and nu metal and also selection of live music with a particular focus on music content from festivals across Europe. It was the first RTÉ digital radio station to have carried live content, with music from the Oxegen festival during July 2007 and the Electric Picnic and PlanetLove Summer Session festivals during September 2007. This continued in 2008 with the PlanetLove Winter Session in February. The station is available on Saorview Ireland's free to air DTT service.


2XM WebTV debuted online during the RTÉ coverage of the Oxegen 2008 music festival on weekend of 11–14 July 2008[2]



External links

  • RTÉ 2XM — Official website

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