PENNINE FM will be back on air on Monday.
The 107.9FM station – formerly Home FM – stopped broadcasts as New Pennine FM last month, following financial difficulty.
But the money troubles are over, as a new team has taken over at the Lockwood Park studio.
Adam Smith and Stevie Hall have bought out the station, which will be back live on air on Monday.
Adam worked at Home FM in 2007, on the drivetime show. He will now have the breakfast show slot.
Steve Buck – who has presented for Pulse and Galaxy – will be on drivetime duty.
The only remaining member from the previous company is Paul Clark, who will be taking care of the mid-morning show.
Adam said: “Our team all have connections to Huddersfield. This is a station for Huddersfield and we want to focus on that area.
“Radio stations are struggling like everyone now. But we hope people in the area will get behind us.”
The former company – New Pennine FM – were in debt to Huddersfield RUFC rugby club which leased their premises.
Listening figures across Kirklees and Calderdale also dipped to 20,000 during a four-week period.