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PuLSE student radio live on Monday 11 February

The LSE students' union radio station PuLSE went live on Monday 11 February on 87.7fm.

This is the second year students have won a short term radio licence to broadcast to the wider London area, with this licence finishing on Sunday 10 March. PuLSE is also available on the web by clicking on www.pulsefm.co.uk|

Mainly a music radio station, PuLSE will be on 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is staffed by student volunteers who act as DJs, technicians and producers. Highlights of the forthcoming term will include the soap opera 'Houghton Street' and The Chart Show. Check the website for full listings of all the programmes.

PuLSE is funded by the LSESU, advertising revenue and donations.

For more information, to send in requests or questions, or to ask about listening on the web, email radio@pulsefm.co.uk|


11 February 2002