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The two exceptions to this were the Loughborough licence, Oak FM which was sold to the Lincs FM Group and the Banbury Touch FM licence, which was sold to a private consortium and relaunched as Banbury Sound.
It quickly became apparent that operating these licences outside of the regional network was not a commercially sensible move.
CN Group publishes daily and weekly newspapers and magazines for Cumbria, Northumberland, Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders.
For the Canadian corporate group, see Canadian National. The company was formerly known as the Cumbrian Newspapers Group Ltd but changed its name to reflect the fact that is no longer primarily a newspaper publisher.
The CN Group owns two radio stations: Lancaster-based The Bay and Kendal-based Lakeland Radio.
The company formerly owned the Touch Radio Network stations in the Midlands outright until selling them to Quidem in June 2009.
Reid was one of five Nova Scotians announced to the order by Lt. The 2016 recipients will be recognized at the 15th investiture ceremony on Oct. The Order of Nova Scotia was established in June 2001 and is the highest honour bestowed by the province.
Reid, known locally as the Keeper of the Cliffs, has gathered an amazing collection of fossils which now form the heart of the Joggins Fossil Centre.
As a result, Quidem acquired Banbury Sound in 2010 and Oak FM in 2012, effectively reforming the original CN Midlands network. CN also previously owned Belfast City Beat until January 2015 when it was sold to the Q Radio Network.They also had a shareholding in Carlisle-based CFM Radio, holding a further stake in neighbouring Border Television.