A Fresh way to raise money
RSL station Fresh FM is hoping to raise money for charity by letting their breakfast show presenter host the show from a shop front window, in his pants! Matt Cadman will take a break from the studio tomorrow morning and broadcast live from Charter Place, Watford.
Matt Cadman, a local 23 year old and Chairman of the Watford Youth Community Broadcasting management board applied to the Mayor’s Environmental Fund last year and secured funding of £2000 to put together a one week trial RSL (Restricted Service Licence) broadcast in May 2006.
Mayor Thornhill said: “Matt successfully applied for a further £3,500 in 2006/07 towards licensing costs for the two week trial currently running. Please do pop down on Thursday and donate some money, or tune in to 101.8FM before 9 June to listen to them do their thing.”
The Fresh FM team, currently operating on a restricted service licence from Ofcom, are hoping to raise money for The Peace Hospice Watford. They are looking to apply for a full time FM broadcasting licence in late 2007/early 2008.
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