A Format document sets out the type of output that each commercial radio station is required to broadcast. You can check each commercial radio station's format here.
Similarly, a Key Commitments document sets out what each community radio station is required to deliver. You can check each community radio station's Key Commitments here.
The radio station is:
a commercial radio station
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
a community radio station
Please email email@example.com
a temporary radio station (also known as a Restricted Service Licence or RSL)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
a BBC radio station
You should complain to the BBC.
an internet radio station
Ofcom does not regulate radio stations that only broadcast on the internet. If you have a complaint about the output of an internet only station, you should contact the radio service provider.
If you would like to complain about a radio station not keeping to its agreed Format or Key Commitments, but you are not sure what kind of licence the radio station holds, please email email@example.com