VideoLogic Supports Ministry of Sound Radio Throughout October

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VideoLogic Systems - a division of Imagination Technologies - is supporting Ministry of Sound Radio on FM during October with a significant promotional competition. Fifteen lucky Ministry of Sound listeners will win VideoLogic's DRX-601E DAB digital radio tuner in a competition promoted both on air and on the Ministry of Sound website. The £299 DRX-601E has received top scores in reviews from What Hi-Fi and Stuff magazines and Best Buy Awards from Hi-Fi Choice and Classic FM.

Ministry of Sound Radio launched in London on 87.7FM on October 1st providing the capital with its first new dance radio station in a decade. Over the next month a glittering succession of the worlds best DJ's clubs & labels will be represented on the station - including David Morales, Paul Van Dyk, Lottie, and breakfast star Steve Jackson.

Listeners who want to keep on receiving Ministry of Sound Radio after the FM transmission is switched off at the end of the month will need to either upgrade to a high performance digital radio, or listen on the Internet. Ministry of Sound radio is available on super-high quality Digital (DAB) Radio in London/Home Counties as well as Central Scotland with coverage in Eastern Scotland arriving in December. For more information about Ministry of Sound Radio, the world's biggest and most listened to dance station, visit www.ministryofsound.co.uk/music/radio. VideoLogic is the leading digital radio manufacturer in the UK. Its award-winning DRX-601E was the first digital radio to cost less-than £300 and remains the UK's cheapest Hi-Fi digital radio tuner. The £349 DRX-601ES was the first digital radio ever to win a Product of the Year award at the What Hi Fi Sound And Vision awards 2001.
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