Sunday, 23 November 2008

Felixstowe Radio's Port Report

This is our first newsletter covering the Ports of Felixstowe and Harwich and the River Orwell.
Felixstowe Radio is a community radio station providing a platform for anyone interested in this area. Now we broadcast on the Internet at with 24/7 live radio (listen live) and a podcast facility (listen again).Soon we move into a shop at Great Eastern Square, and in 2009 will start FM broadcasting in the Felixstowe area and surrounding villages and parts of Harwich.Community radio is what we all make it. We will support ourselves through advertising, sponsored programmes, and making our skills and production facilities available to everyone. Our crew are amongst the most talented in the country - when you need video or audio you need us. Advertising terms are competitive. Early supporters have live advertising slots for as little as one pound.There will be a regular programmes about activities at the ports, always available as podcasts. This is your chance to tell your story. Send company press releases, snippets of fun and information to To give you a taste of what can happen go to for three programmes: Mick Lungley talks about his life as the skipper of a working Thames sailing barge, Rob Anning, Methodist Minister mentions his work at the port and there's a report about the start of work on the new South Felixstowe dock.Talk to us, talk to Felixstowe, and we can all have some fun, and perhaps gain a little information on the way.Email or call 01394 273028 for more information.

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