Community Radio

Major changes requested by Chorley FM

Chorley FM wants to change its Key Commitments to remove all references to its current target audience: young people and the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community of Chorley.

192 community radio applications received

Ofcom receives 192 applications for community radio licences Ofcom has received 192 applications from groups wishing to become small-scale community radio broadcasters. Community radio is a new…

RSL station AfanFM set for a Bright New Future

AfanFM, Neath & Port Talbot?s proposed new Community Radio Station has revealed its plans to serve the area ? should it be awarded a full time Community Radio licence by Ofcom. The station,…

The future of “community radio” announced

Ofcom has announced proposals for the creation of community radio, a new sector of radio broadcasting for the UK. Community radio will be a third tier of radio, adding to the rich mix of services…

Essential funding for RSL AfanFM

Communities First has decided to award AfanFM, the community station for Neath and Port Talbot, ?9,960.83 for the project to conduct its 28 day broadcast in April. The money will allow the station…