Posts Tagged: Events

Radio Today to broadcast live from the Community Radio Awards

Posted by Bill Best & filed under Community News, Events, Radio Industry.

CRA Group 2016

The second annual Community Radio Awards takes place this Saturday 23 September in Bristol. The 2016 Station of the Year, Ujima Radio is hosting the Awards evening. The Awards celebrate, champion and promote the amazing work of community radio throughout the UK. This year over 70 stations have entered in Read more +

2017 Sandford St Martin Awards opens for entries

Posted by Bill Best & filed under Community News, Education, Events, Radio Industry.

The Sandford St Martin Trust is calling for entries to the UK’s most prestigious awards for radio, TV and online content exploring religious, spiritual or ethical themes. Applications are encouraged from news, current affairs, drama, music, arts, children’s and comedy genres, as well as from specifically ‘religious’ commissions. Stephen Fry’s Read more +

103 The Eye Weekend of Events

Posted by Shahzada Choudhury & filed under Community News.

103 the eye

Picture caption: 103 The Eye presenter Keith Galloway (on the right) with Liam Burke, from Broadcast Radio Ltd, who demonstrated studio equipment and music playout systems during the networking day. Directors and managers of community radio stations from across the UK converged on Melton on Saturday to take part in an Read more +

5 Reasons to Join Us at The Community Media Conference

Posted by Bill Best & filed under Events, Radio Industry, Training, TV.

Dear Friends, Colleagues & Supporters Ticket sales have been brisk for the Community Media Conference on 12th September and if you have yet to purchase your ticket then here are five reasons why you should join us at this year’s event:  1. Industry leading speakers: Chris Burns, Chair of the Radio Read more +

World Radio Day 13th February 2013

Posted by Bill Best & filed under Events.

13 February is the day declared by UNESCO and endorsed by the United Nations General Assembly to celebrate radio as a medium; to improve international cooperation between broadcasters; and to encourage major networks and community radio alike to promote access to information and freedom of expression over the airwaves. UNESCO Read more +