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NRG Radio is set to re-brand to Virgin Radio after an acquisition by Virgin Group based in the United Kingdom. Sources close to the negotiations say that the deal will see the radio station move to a new frequency 97.1FM in the month of April 2019.

This move confirms the speculation heard on the airwaves that NRG is Pregnant and left listeners and stakeholders wondering who the proverbial “baby daddy” is. In a confidential memo to all staff earlier this morning the management of NRG Radio says “Many of you have been curious as to what the campaign has been about and wish to bring to your attention its essence and what we are birthing. Allow me to first say thank you for the strides we have made so far. Because of all your hard work, we are today celebrated as the Number one Name in Music and Digital Media and the future looks great by God’s Grace.”

NRG Radio’s management team was unavailable for comment at the time this article was published and we will be sure to keep you up to date with the latest developments.

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