In our Broadcast Law lecture at uni today we were looking at press regulation and the Leveson Inquiry of 2011-12.
Since the last Corinium Radio broadcast in July, we have been making arrangements for our 10th broadcast.
Its been over four years now since I started broadcasting on Corinium Radio. Since I’ve launched the blog, I’ve been talking about it rather a lot.
We heard this morning the news that Gordon Brown has confirmed May 6. as the date of the 2010 general election.
When it snows, there is an increased demand for local news and information – such as travel news, school closures and weather forecasts. As a local community radio station, you’d think that Corinium Radio would be the perfect place for… Continue reading
You may have heard about the incident on 5 Live which happened earlier in the week, when Rage Against the Machine performed on the Breakfast Show, and swore live on air.
I have just read via RadioToday.co.uk that the UK’s media regulator, OfCom is to review the broadcasting code. The broadcasting code is a set of rules outlining what all TV and radio stations can or can’t broadcast. This is the… Continue reading
As many regular blog readers know, I am really keen on the idea of community radio and highly against pirate radio, so the recent report on the BBC website about the pirates’ views was very interesting reading for me.