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Radio hopes.

A school radio station will go on the air if its bid for a special licence succeeds.

King Edward VI High School, in Morpeth, has bid for the licence from the Government's radio authority, Ofcom.

If the licence is granted, KEVI Radio will go live on air for five days from September 25.

Its main aims are to promote the school and its adult community education courses with an around-the-clock service that will broadcast on the FM waveband within a five-mile radius of the school. Shows will be presented by students, staff and members of the public.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:May 16, 2006
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