Community radio is when
local people produce and broadcast their own programs and participate in
operating the station. It is community space for people to meet and
collaborate. It is extraordinarily fun and often life-changing. It
typically leads to individual creativity and self-empowerment.
Participants find it extraordinarily satisfying, not just to make radio in
this unique fashion, but to also help transform community life.
SugaRadio is a radio service offering a third model of radio broadcasting
in addition to commercial and public broadcasting. Community stations
serve geographic communities and communities of interest. They broadcast
content that is popular and relevant to a local, specific audience but is
often overlooked by commercial or mass-media broadcasters. Community radio
stations are operated, owned, and influenced by the communities they
serve. They are generally non-profit and provide a mechanism for enabling
individuals, groups, and communities to tell their own stories, to share
experiences and, in a media-rich world, to become creators and
contributors of media. Community radio usually is a short-range,
not-for-profit radio station or channel that caters for the information
needs of people living in a particular locality, in the languages and
formats that are most adapted to the local context.
From March 22nd we here at
SugaRadio have produced a special web site for the more vulnerable people in society due to the Corona Virus Epidemic. We will be playing music from the 40's though to the 60's 24/7, with on-line latest news and chat room. Hoping this help
with the boredom of self isolation in some small way. Good luck
with all that you do, Mike aged 73.
Collection On-Demand plus much more.
Down Load our FREE APP for Andriod devices only. Apple iOS in beta.
competitive fee we can offer you prime time exposures over the medium of
online community radio. Compared with Newspaper or Leaflet advertising you
will see how cost effective our advertising is!
Leamington Spa is a town in central England. Set on the winding River
Leam, known for its Regency architecture and broad boulevards. The
colonnaded Royal Pump Rooms, a 19th-century bathhouse, now houses the
Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum.