The WX Radio broadcasts from the UK are known for their catchy music, unique format and the fact that they use old radio broadcast sources.
However, there is one problem with their sound.
WX has decided to remove the audio from their broadcasts.
The UK has recently begun to ban all broadcast of public radio stations, and WX is one of the only broadcasters still allowed to broadcast.
The reason for the change is that they no longer need the copyright on their music.
In a statement, WX said they had decided to “stop broadcasting the content of public broadcasting stations in the UK” because of “serious issues of copyright”.
This means that public broadcasting in the country is no longer free to listen to and share.
The station said it is currently reviewing its legal options, but that it is “looking to move forward with its new operation in the future”.
This decision has caused an uproar amongst the music community.
Some users, who have long used the WX broadcasts, have taken to Twitter to call for a boycott of WX.
While many music fans might not be able to hear the radio broadcasts anymore, it is important to note that this is a change in policy.
The stations use copyrighted content, and that copyright holders have the right to remove copyrighted material.
It is still possible to listen and share content from WX without infringing on copyright.