- On Air
- Social Media
- Introduction to social media
- Setting up successful social media profiles
- Increasing engagement through social media
- Developing a social media policy
- Developing a social media strategy
- Evaluating your social media presence
- Using social media to raise revenue
- Social media and the law
- Social media case studies
- About us
No volunteers : no community radio – it’s really that straightforward. There’s a big spectrum of volunteer experience with some stations entirely volunteer-run, others with volunteers on air out of peak hours only. Wherever your volunteers work they need supporting and this section tells you how.
In this section:
A community radio station will attract volunteers and visitors like bees to honey (see Box **) Very quickly your premises will turn into some kind of cross between a radio station, a day care centre, a school common room, karaoke competition, a café and a sitcom.
Access & Disability
Disabled people offer enormous benefits to community radio. It is essential that stations don’t just make the minimum effort required to stay within the law and get the token involvement of one or two such volunteers, but instead place the needs and involvement of disabled people at the heart of everything we do.