The Hub community radio station to stay on-air

Community radio station The Hub will remain on-air for the foreseeable future thanks to offers of outside investment.

The Cornwall station announced last week week it would be closing down but today says it will continue to broadcast with new directors joining the board.

Station Manager Pete Appleyard said “I’m so happy to be able to announce that we’ll be staying on-air for the foreseeable future. With this new investment and appointments to the board, we’re all feeling reinvigorated and looking forward to an exciting future for The Hub.

“We’re a community radio station, run completely by volunteers and although we’re making this announcement, we always need help and support – both financial and in terms of volunteers. If you’re a good communicator and have a passion for music and the local community, we’d love to hear from you.

The Hub has been on-air since the summer of 2014 and broadcasts on 106.1 and 106.4 FM plus online.

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Posted on Thursday, April 14th, 2016 at 11:41 am by RadioToday UK

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