How Independent Radio came to Dorset

The Centre for Broadcasting History Research, hosted a series of six public talks on broadcasting themes at the Study Gallery in Poole. Two of the talks were on topics relating to Independent Radio. Tony Stoller, former Chief Executive of The Radio Authority talked about relationship between Independent Radio and the music industry (we hope to post the text of this talk at a later date) and Emma Wray, Lecturer at Bournemouth University Media School and researcher in Independent Radio talked about the history of Independent Radio in Dorset.

Histories of Independent Radio stations are rare, although a few of stations published pamphlets about themselves, most of this information resides with those who worked in the industry, Emma Wray also worked in Independent radio in Dorset. Emma’s presentation, How Independent Radio came to Dorset, is avaiable here as a PowerPoint.

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