CSR - University of Kent & Canterbury Christ Church University
Where is CSR?
CSR is Canterbury's Community & Student Radio station which launched on 15th January 2007. CSR has a five-year licence and broadcasts on 97.4FM across the entire city and online worldwide. CSR provides students with the opportunity to make their voice heard in the city whilst ensuring there is a fresh sounding radio station that caters precisely for the needs of young students and individuals in the area. The station has an educational focus, allowing you to use the station as a way of learning about what other schools and colleges are up to in the area and also as a way of advertising school, college and university events, success and achievements. Along with this our focus is have 50% speech and 50% music output. The station broadcasts from 2 studios, one at the University of Kent and one at Canterbury Christ Church University, with state of the art equipment linking the two studios. Training and guidance is given in all areas of the station, so if you are interested but do not have any experience then there is no need to worry. Providing you're interested in music, writing, performing or any other workings of a professional radio station then the opportunity is there. Whilst Christ Church Students' Union and Kent Union head the project, CSR is not a university radio station. The focus of the project is on the wider impact and involvement of the entire Canterbury Community. Furthermore, CSR is independent from a specific institution as it falls under the independent company umbrella of Canterbury Youth and Student Media Ltd, a company set up for CSR. With that in mind, anyone can join CSR - that is, anybody over the age of 18. You don't need to be a student. So what are you waiting for? Sign up, get involved, and we'll speak to you soon!
CSR is Canterburys Community and Student Radio station which launched on 15th January 2007. CSR has a five-year licence and broadcasts on 97.4FM across the entire city. CSR is a joint project resulting from the collaboration and culmination of efforts from previous Canterbury based University Radio stations C4 Radio and UKCR.