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Speak Out! - Ofcom planning new assault on community radio stations


Is the radio landscape in the London facing the same gentrification process that’s taken place on the streets? If so why isn’t Ofcom addressing it?

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Africans shouldn't allow to be dictated when we have our frequencies that speaks for our us.

Kwame P. Aboagye, E15 2AS
Thu 1 December 2016, 8:37 pm




Kwame P. Aboagye, E15 2AS
Thu 1 December 2016, 8:36 pm


As a high profile practitioner of miscegenation, the appropriately-named Sharon White's attacks on what little African broadcast media exists should come as no surprise. Self-hatred was no doubt one of the characteristics that marked out for high office in the management of white supremacy racism. One dare not ask or speculate what the other "skills" are that have so endeared her to her europeans.

MarcusGarveyLives,
Mon 1 February 2016, 1:25 am


As a community we're very much blighted by the fact most of our people in positions of power, influence or authority are there as a direct result of prayer to a blonde aired blue eyed deity. Community wise these people may as well be on the side of a jam jar. Life gets no bigger than their babylon status and relative acceptance.

Sizzla,
Tue 24 November 2015, 5:56 am


Radiowatcher, it's not difficult to comprehend or to contemplate on. Many of the 'pirate radio (as you refer to them as) are actually COMMUNITY RADIO STATIONS without licences. The likes of Galaxy radio, Omega Conscious, RJR and Lightning are providing community services to the Afrikan communities; not only musically but in terms of projects and organisation. David AKA Moor

Moor Atlantis, Ealing, West London
Wed 18 November 2015, 9:36 pm


Radiowatcher, it's not difficult to comprehend or to contemplate on. Many of the 'pirate radio (as you refer to them as) are actually COMMUNITY RADIO STATIONS without licences. The likes of Galaxy radio, Omega Conscious, RJR and Lightning are providing community services to the Afrikan communities; not only musically but in terms of projects and organisation. David AKA Moor.

Moor Atlantis,
Wed 18 November 2015, 9:35 pm


OFCOM are cracking down on PIRATE RADIO not COMMUNITY RADIO. They licence community radio so why would they then plan "an assault" on it! Take as long as you need to think about this...

Radiowatcher,
Fri 6 November 2015, 9:16 am

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