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|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|
|Owner||Union of UEA Students|
Livewire 1350 (more commonly referred to as simply Livewire) is a student radio station run by students of the University of East Anglia. The station is part of the UEA Media Collective, which consists of Concrete (student newspaper) and UEA:TV.
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.
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
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- "BBC - Norfolk - Features -Greg lands Radio 1 show". Retrieved 1 April 2016.