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Park Radio submits full-time license bid




Diss, Norfolk. Launch of Park Radio with BBC Look East's Stewart White pictured from left John Cross, Dave Williams and Chris Moyse ENGANL00120110405170814
Diss, Norfolk. Launch of Park Radio with BBC Look East's Stewart White pictured from left John Cross, Dave Williams and Chris Moyse ENGANL00120110405170814

After a four-year wait Park Radio has submitted its application to Ofcom to become a full-time radio station.

The station, which has staged four 28-day broadcasts since 2010, would serve Diss, Eye and Harleston, with a potential reach of 50,000 people.

Chris Moyse, co-director at Park Radio, said: “We’ve had to be very specific as to what we will deliver to the communities we plan to serve, against criteria including social gain, participation in the service, programming output, access to facilities & training as well as to whom we are locally accountable.”

The station is still in talks with Diss Town and South Norfolk Council on having its base at the Diss Youth and Community Centre, with contact points in Eye and Harleston.

To get involved, email chris.moyse@parkradio.co.uk for more information



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