Radio station appeals for public to try their hand at presenting
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A radio station is looking people to get involved of all aspects of running the station.
Harbour Radio, a community radio station in Great Yarmouth, is appealing for members of the public to try their hand at everything from presenting to marketing.
The voluntary roles are as follows:
n Front of house/reception/administration
n News producers
n Community reporters
n Radio show content delivery/producer
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- 3 New seafront festival promises feast of family fun
- 4 Access road for driveways denied to Gorleston residents
- 5 Tyson Fury is making a comeback to Gorleston
- 6 New Norfolk café is selling out of its custard tarts and Nutella-filled croissants
- 7 Heaven & Hell: David Whiteley and Amelia Reynolds
- 8 Charity football match to boost Norfolk and Waveney MIND
- 9 Green light for quarry's expansion and longer life
- 10 Pupils 'not afraid to share ideas' - School praised by Ofsted
n Sales and marketing
n Radio show presenters
The station, which has an office in King Street, this year started broadcasting on the 107.4FM frequency and also online.
Dave Eagle from Harbour said: “If you think you’ve got what it takes to be a part of the voice of the community, get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.”
To get in touch via email: email@example.com or pop into their offices in King Street.