On the back of my look at Pirate station turned legit (The Superstation), read of a legit station turning pirate, getting in hot water operating an “unauthorised transmitter.” Meanwhile Christopher England calls for the silencing of more transmitters because “Community radio stations are not Super Stations.”
December 2, 2014
Recommended reading : Pirate or legit?
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
Community Media practitioner based in Manchester. With over two decades of technical and production experience in low power FM and AM radio broadcasting, television, corporate video and internet development. A geek at heart I’m equally happy with a soldiering iron as building and programming computer systems, or finding my self on the roofs of tower blocks with antennas and dishes.
Posts by Phil Edmonds
Comments by Phil Edmonds
Digital Radio – Clearing the way for radio’s future
Dan, I will be putting up a link for people ...
Adobe Audition 3 (plus CS2) for free – too good to be true?
Some updates: Today, I tried logging into my Adobe account and ...
Bite a discount on your train station coffee
Update April 2012 - you now need to re-register for ...
Attempt to Save WordPress Post bug
Just as an addition to this - it appears that ...
Recent Flickr Pictures
- Pictures (35)
- Photo 365 (27)
- Sounds (38)
- Sound Archive (38)
- Uncategorized (4)
- Words (107)
Leave a Reply