Sheffield-based Iman FM’s licence had already been suspended by Ofcom for playing the lectures by radical American Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki.
An Ofcom spokesperson said: “We take robust action when broadcasters break the rules.”
Iman FM previously told Ofcom it was not aware of Awlaki’s background.
Sheffield radio station which ‘broadcast lectures by al-Qaeda leader’ is taken off air for good
A Sheffield community radio station will not be returning to the airwaves after Ofcom revoked it licence.
The media regulator said Iman FM was ‘unfit to hold a broadcasting licence’ after it the station played out more than 25 hours of lectures of alleged al-Qaeda leader, Anwar al Awlaki.
The station had been temporarily off-air since July 4 and the regulator found ‘extremely serious breaches of the Broadcasting Code.