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Professional Radio Skills training for Liverpool Guild of Students

We’re teaming up with Liverpool Guild of Students to provide broadcast training to their students.  Starting in October, we’ll be providing a crash course in radio technique, interviewing skills, media law, and anything else we can fit in to eight weeks.

The Guild has a thriving, award-winning media group called LSMedia, which includes an entirely student-run station, LSRadio.  The station been around in various guises since 1961, when it was just the Liverpool University Amateur Radio Society.  It’s a long history for a student radio station, and amongst their alumni are broadcasters like Nick Grimshaw.

This is a new collaboration for NBS, and we’re very excited about it.  School Director Tom Hunter describes it as “the first step in discovering the next generation of radio talent”.

“Student radio is already about talented people making audio they’re passionate about.  I’m enthusiastic that with the right skills training, we’ll be hearing something completely new from LSRadio”.

Applications are now open, with places available to anyone currently studying at the University of Liverpool.  They are limited, however, so make it quick!  If this sounds like something you’d want to be involved in, either drop us a line, or contact elittle@liv.ac.uk for an application pack.

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