Speysound Radio

Speysound Radio live broadcasting from UK. Since Speysound began TV in 1993, at first as Ski FM, we have imparted broadcast appointment to MFR situated in Inverness. Then again, We have now been allowed our particular Community Radio License by OFCOM, and now telecast on 107.1FM and also live on the web.

Since our transmitter is arranged at the highest point of the funicular route on Cairngorm Mountain, 1097 meters above ocean level and 14 km far from our Studio in Aviemore, we cover the entire of Badenoch and Strathspey in the Scottish Highlands. You can either hear us out by tuning your radio sets to 107.1FM or, on the off chance that you might want to listen through your PC, click the “Listen Live!” arranged on the right hand side.

In many parts of the world, community radio acts as a vehicle for the community and voluntary sector, civil society, agencies, NGOs and citizens to work in partnership to further community development aims, in addition to broadcasting. There is legally defined community radio (as a distinct broadcasting sector) in many countries, such as France, Argentina, South Africa, Australia and Ireland. Much of the legislation has included phrases such as “social benefit”, “social objectives” and “social gain” as part of the definition. Community radio has developed differently in different countries, and the term has somewhat different meanings in the United Kingdom, Ireland, the United States, Canada, and Australia, where freedom of speech laws and defacto realities differ.

Radio Information:

Location: Aviemore, UK

Language: English

Genres: Aviemore, Community

Web Site: speysound.com

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