UG radio station to be back on air by Easter

The Centre of Communication Studies (CCS) of the University of Guyana (UG) will in the coming months be able to broadcast in and around the Turkeyen Campus, as plans to reissue a radio broadcast licence to the university are being finalized.

This was disclosed yesterday at a press conference in the boardroom of the Vice Chancellor’s Office which was attended by the Minister of Public Telecommunications, Catherine Hughes, Chairman of the Guyana National Broadcasting Authority (GNBA) Leslie Sobers, Vice Chancellor Ivelaw Griffith and staff of the Centre of Communication Studies.

The project, which is expected to be commissioned by Easter 2018, comes at a cost of US$79,000, and will comprise a 30 watt FM transmitter which is expected to target a radius of 15 miles from its location at the University’s Turkeyen Campus…..

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