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City of license London, Cardiff
Broadcast area United Kingdom:
London, Cardiff (DAB)
Worldwide (Internet)
Branding dabbl
Slogan "The radio station where votes decide the music."
Frequency Digital
First air date 1 October 2009
(ended 25 August 2010)
Format New and Live Music
Former callsigns CTRL
Owner TIML Radio Limited
Sister stations Absolute Radio
Absolute Classic Rock
Absolute Radio 60s
Absolute Radio 70s
Absolute 80s
Absolute Radio 90s
Absolute Radio 00s
Absolute Radio Extra

dabbl, was a user-controlled radio station broadcast on the Internet and on DAB Digital Radio in Cardiff 24 hours a day and in London from 7pm to 6am daily. Its content was chosen by members of Absolute Radio's website VIP Service, who select songs which are then voted for. Songs with the most votes are then broadcast. It operated from October 1, 2009 until August 25th 2010.[1]



dabbl first appeared on DAB in London under the name "CTRL", however this was just broadcasting the "Absolute Radio" launch clock sound.



  1. ^ radioToday
  2. ^ NOW Digital
  3. ^ GetDigitalRadio

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