Stone gets an internet-only radio station

Stone Radio has started streaming with programmes one day a week aimed at the Staffordshire town.

The Stone town mayor councillor Jim Davies has officially launched the station, based in Stone railway station.

The launch event for the volunteer-run radio station was also attended by representatives of local businesses who provided sponsorship to help set-up the station, councillor Joyce Farnham MBE JP and station volunteers.

Before officially opening the station, the mayor said: “It’s great to see the station officially start today. I wish you every success for the future. It’s important for the town to have many means of communicating, with ourselves and entertaining ourselves. I think the medium of radio is such a wonderful medium because you can have a listen to it as you do other things as well.”

Following the official opening, the mayor was one of the first live guests on the radio station, followed by interviews with sponsoring companies.

Cliff Goodwin, director of Stone Radio along with other director Paul Dean spoke to the attendees. To the sponsoring companies he said: “Without your loyal support, we wouldn’t be where we are today.

“This is a community project which is not-for-profit. Every penny that you’ve sponsored really has gone into making our studio a reality.”

Posted on Monday, July 31st, 2017 at 9:04 pm by Roy Martin

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  1. Dave says

    A the very best for stone community radio!.
    These days you don’t need to be on FM to be successful & it,s cheaper.

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