Watford's community radio station Fresh FM is planning a third temporary broadcast starting June 7th, using a Restricted Service Licence from Ofcom.
Fresh FM is a youth radio station that aims to get young people communicating better, to promote activities happening within the Watford area to help engage young people in activities within the town.
Fresh FM’s proposed frequency is 101.8 FM, the same it has been on for the past two broadcasts. The aim is to secure a full time community licence for young people in Watford.
Chairman and station manager Matt Cadman told RadioToday.co.uk: “It always annoys me the fact that young people in the UK generally has a bad press and I have always felt that there is so much talent out and about, but all we always hear about are people like Amy Winehouse, whilst they are very talented they are not good role models for our young people”.
The station is hoping to secure a shop front unit in The Harlequin and is currently urging anyone who would like to get involved to do so by contacting the station manager.