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Written by Åsmund Austenå Løvdal. In a bid to help young voters make up their minds Siren FM are hosting a live debate on Friday 9 May at 7.30 pm in association with The Lincolnite. The radio station now look for people to be part of the audience and ask the candidates questions.
Lincoln’s first community radio station, Siren FM, has been named East Midlands station of the year.
Sam Pidoux won two international journalism awards for her documentary “Love letters from home”, which followed her father’s time whilst out in Afghanistan.
Lincoln’s only community radio station is excited to present its 2010 line-up, with new presenters and fresh faces, set to reunite university students with the local community.
Siren FM will be showcasing an on-air pantomime with a difference this Christmas, courtesy of Alison Duncombe, the Terry O’Toole theatre administrator.
The Linc caught up with this year’s candidates for the University of Lincoln Students’ Union Media and Communications Officer position.
Scholars in the Lincoln School of Journalism have set up a new research group – Media of Diaspora Research Group (MDRG) – to study the interrelationship between the immigrant populations and the media in Lincolnshire.