What Frequency Is Kisstory Broadcast On?

Kisstory is a digital-only radio station that plays hip hop, R ‘n’ B and dance music. Kisstory broadcasts on the D1 national DAB multiplex and Freeview, but not on FM radio.

On DAB radio you don’t need to remember a frequency to tune into, so you can just scroll through the stations available and select Kisstory.

As of early 2019, Kisstory uses the D1 National Multiplex – replacing Absolute Radio 90s. There is no frequency to manually set your radio to, you just have to scan through the stations to find Kisstory.

If your DAB radio doesn’t find Kisstory, try moving the radio near a window to improve the signal and then re-tuning it.

Kisstory isn’t available on FM, so you won’t be able to find it on an AM/FM radio.

If your car stereo doesn’t have DAB radio, you won’t be able to listen to Kisstory in your car without upgrading your stereo or buying a plug-and-play DAB radio adapter.

Kisstory also isn’t available on Sky or Virgin Media, however, On Freeview Kisstory is channel 714.

Here’s a summary of where you can and can’t find Kisstory:

  • AM radio: Not available
  • FM radio: Not available
  • DAB radio: Just scroll through the stations on your radio
  • Sky: Not available
  • Freeview: Channel 714
  • Virgin Media: Not available
  • Online: Via the Kisstory website or sites such as TuneIn
  • Smart Speaker: via TuneIn (as linked above)
  • Mobile: Using a radio app

Kisstory on DAB

This R ‘n’ B, hip-hop music station should be available on DAB radio in the following areas:

  • Glasgow
  • Birmingham
  • London 1
  • South Yorkshire
  • Tyne and Wear
  • Edinburgh
  • Liverpool
  • Leeds
  • Teesside
  • Northern Ireland
  • Lancashire
  • Humberside
  • Tayside
  • Inverness
  • Sussex
  • Swansea
  • Kent
  • Stoke-on-Trent
  • Nottinghamshire
  • Cambridge
  • UK (SDL)

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