What does LBC mean in States?
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What does LBC mean?
- LBC is a London-based national talk and phone-in radio station. It began broadcasting on 8 October 1973, a week ahead of Capital Radio. The launch of LBC also saw the beginning of IRN's broadcasting, as LBC provided the service to independent local radio stations nationwide. In April 2007, a new marketing slogan for LBC 97.3 was introduced: "London's Biggest Conversation", a play on the initials. It was announced in January 2014 that LBC would begin broadcasting nationally on DAB digital radio format at 7am on 11 February 2014. The news also marked a new slogan, changing from 2007's "London's Biggest Conversation" to "Leading Britain's Conversation" and dropping on-air reference to the London FM frequency. LBC is currently owned by Global Radio and has a like-branded sister station - LBC News 1152 - which is dedicated to rolling news and travel and is broadcast in London on medium-wave and DAB.