Student Radio

Some articles on student radio, student, radio, students:

LSRfm.com - Achievements - 2010
... At the 2010 Student Radio Awards, LSRfm.com was nominated for 11 awards and at the awards held at the IndigO2 on 11 November, LSRfm.com were awarded Best ... In 2010 Leeds Student Radio's Michael Blades won the competition overall ... At the 2010 Riley Awards, held by Leeds University Union Leeds Student Radio was also nominated for Best Society, Best Live Event and was awarded for Best ...
Livewire (radio) - Station Honours
... The table's caption Award Body Category Year Nominee Status Student Radio Association Awards Best Marketing Branding 2005 Livewire 1350AM Silver Student Radio Association Awards Best Male Presenter ...
LSRfm.com - Achievements - 2009
... During April Leeds Student Radio hosted the prestigious 2009 Student Radio Conference ... At the 2009 Student Radio Awards Leeds Student Radio was nominated for 6 awards, and at the awards held at the IndigO2 on 11 November, LSRfm.com were awarded Best Student Radio Station Gold ...
Aberdeen University Students' Association - Media
... The University's student newspaper, the Gaudie, is affiliated with the AUSA ... academic terms, it is recognised as one of the oldest student newspapers in Scotland ... The SRC introduced one of the first ever student association websites in 1994 ...
Richard Clarke (radio Personality) - Student Radio
... Ed Harry, wrestling personality Dean Ayass, future Digital Radio industrialist Matt Deegan and a diverse number of fellow students to create Insanity, a student radio ...

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