The Real Radio branding was phased out on Sunday 20 April 2014 - for the time being, all stations are referred to on air as The Heart of (TSA).
The full launch of the new Heart stations took place at 6am on Tuesday .
It broadcasts to South and West Yorkshire from studios in Leeds.
Each station broadcast a mix of local and networked programming. It's been revealed that couples who meet through online dating are 25% less likely to seperate than couples who meet through more traditional means.The study asked almost 20,000 people, all married, a series of questions about their relationship, to discover how happy they were.The station's local presenters include David 'Dixie' Dixon and Emma Leveney (Heart Breakfast) and Rich Williams (weekday drivetime).Heart Yorkshire broadcasts hourly regional news bulletins from 6am-7pm on weekdays and 6am-12pm at weekends - including two ten-minute weekday programmes, Heart Morning News at 6am and Heart Nightly News at 6.45pm - and headlines on the half hour during weekday breakfast and drivetime shows.All local programming is retained with networked output on all stations carried from Global's Leicester Square studios in London, replacing the once networked output from Real Radio's Laser House studios in Salford Quays.