Enrolment for Radio Workshops is now open – all ages welcome
Bradley Stoke Community Radio Association (BSCRA), under the guidance of Southern Brooks Community Partnership (SBCP), has announced that it has been successful in securing grant funding to provide radio workshops for the residents of Bradley Stoke.
The workshops are seen as the first step towards establishing a community radio station in Bradley Stoke, along the lines of the highly successful Gloss FM (formerly Thornbury FM).
Winsome Barrett-Muir of SBCP explains:
These workshops are suitable for all ages – you need only attend one. They will introduce you to a radio studio and the use of the recording equipment, how to put a programme together, how to conduct an interview and what is involved in setting up and managing a community radio station.
The workshops will be fun and enjoyable with plenty of opportunities for you to have a go in the studio. We’re expecting the workshops to be popular so please contact us at Southern Brooks Community Partnership to book a place.
The workshop dates are:
- Friday 26th February 2010, 9.30am – 3pm
- Saturday 27th February 2010, 10am – 3pm
- Monday 1st March 2010, 6pm – 9pm
All workshops will be held at Bradley Stoke Community School. Lunch and a crèche will be provided for those who require it.
To book a place, please email Winsome Barrett-Muir (email@example.com) or call the SBCP office on 01454 868570/1.
Ofcom defines community radio stations as “a new type of not-for-profit radio service, designed to operate on a small-scale and to deliver community benefits (‘social gain’) to one or more communities”.
To date, 214 such stations have been awarded licences, of which 159 are currently broadcasting.
More information and related links:
- Bradley Stoke Community Radio Workshops – Poster [PDF]
- Community Media Association
- Community Radio Toolkit
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