It’s been an emotional day of broadcasting so far, with Daytime presenter Claire Beck breaking down in tears when saying goodbye.
Her final song, she says, was very fitting, Together in electric dream by Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder.
Social media is already full of messages of grief for the Dublin station, on today, its final day.
TXFM launched full time in 2006 as Phantom 105.2 before being rebranded in 2014 in a bid to boost ratings and profits. But in March this year, owners decided to announce the closure of the station before the end of the year.
Twitter is full of message for the team at the station, resulting in #TXFM being the top trend in Dublin. Stable-mate Today FM ran a feature on the station’s final day.
Here are some of the messages so far today:
— Ian McLoughlin (@ianmcl17) October 26, 2016
— Joe Donnelly (@kildarejoe) October 26, 2016
— Alison Balfe (@Balfeeeeee) October 26, 2016
— Alan Murphy (@AlMurphy79) October 26, 2016
Very sad about @TXFMDublin shutting down tomorrow.
I loved the music they played. #TXFM ❤
— Luke – 98FM (@FaolainLuke) October 25, 2016
— Katik Novakova (@KatikNov) October 26, 2016
— Shelly Gray (@ShellyGray100) October 23, 2016