Livewire (radio)

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Livewire 1350
Broadcast area Norwich: Via outlets on campus
Worldwide: Internet radio
Slogan "The Sound of UEA"
First air date 1990
Format New Music, News, Local Entertainment, Specialist Music Programmes
Language(s) English
Owner Union of UEA Students
Website www.livewire1350.com

Livewire 1350 (more commonly referred to as simply Livewire) is a student radio station run by students of the University of East Anglia.[1] The station is part of the UEA Media Collective, which consists of Concrete (student newspaper) and UEA:TV.[1]

History[edit]

Livewire first broadcast in the academic year of 1989/1990, making it one of the longest-running student radio stations in the UK. It was launched by John Peel.

In 2016, the station was rebranded with a new logo and website.

Structure[edit]

Livewire broadcasts online and in the University's coffee shop, Unio, from 08:00 until 00:00 on weekdays, and 9:00 until 00:00 at weekend

Famous alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "About". LiveWire. Retrieved 29 October 2017. 
  2. ^ "BBC - Norfolk - Features -Greg lands Radio 1 show". Retrieved 1 April 2016.