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Prior to its relaunch in 1996, Citybeat was known as BCR or Belfast Community Radio, a community focused station which failed to attract listener interest.BCR launched at 7.30am on 6 April 1990 and managed to stay on the air for six years.
Rick Nugent was the first presenter on BCR who launched the station with "Maira O'Connell" and "Feet of a Dancer".
BCR presenters prior to the 1996 relaunch included Rick Nugent, Maurice Jay, Mal Reynolds, Kenny Tosh Stuart Robinson, Phil Doyle, Paul Orr and Stephen Nolan.
At the time of its demise, BCR was pulling in little over 30,000 listeners.
Q Radio operates stations across Northern Ireland including in Derry, Coleraine, Ballymena, Mid Ulster, Newry and Mourne and Omagh/Enniskillen.
Executive chairman Dominic Fitzpatrick said: "This acquisition is a significant step for the Q Group in that City Beat has a proven track record throughout Greater Belfast and will complement our existing presence throughout Northern Ireland.
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