A pioneering radio station covering Shropshire will launch a new breakfast show as it enters an exciting new era.
INTune Radio says the new program marks the start of an ambitious period of growth for the community broadcaster that will include developing new shows and a 24-hour program, recruiting more volunteers and launching an app for listen on both Apple and Android. devices.
Station founder Wayne Flynn said the new breakfast show would build on the success of the Big Business with Beats podcast that the station has been producing for over a year and mark the start of its expansion.
“We will be launching the new daily breakfast in November in a really exciting development for the resort. We are a community benefit corporation, which means we have a vested interest in serving all parts of the county that are currently under-represented.
“The program will feature interviews and contributions from a wide range of groups, charities and businesses and will be a key part of the station’s commitment to be truly local and to tell more of the most popular stories. inspirations from Shropshire.
“We already have a strong team of volunteers behind INTune, but we still need a lot more. We want to hear from radio show producers, assistant producers and sound engineers to help create and edit radio show content, as well as presenters and DJs.
“It would also be great to find volunteers with some experience in advertising and sales and experienced graphic and web designers who would like to play a role.
“It’s a great opportunity to get involved in a local radio station for the benefit of the community. We have plenty of opportunities to gain more experience and contacts and if you are knowledgeable we could really do that with your help.
Wayne said the station will also feature the best music and top local bands, giving future stars the chance to save valuable airtime, increase their visibility and reach new audiences.
“We will be broadcasting a round-the-clock new series of shows that will not only focus on some of Shropshire’s most inspiring people and bands, but also provide a platform for the hundreds of truly talented bands producing great music across the count.”
INTune Radio is available online and through smart speakers with an app for smartphones and tablets also in development.
Wayne – a Shrewsbury-based businessman – said the station also provided advertising and sponsorship opportunities for Shropshire businesses looking to increase their visibility.
“We would like to speak to any local businesses who wish to broaden their visibility and also play a role in supporting the wider community. We can offer real exclusivity and dynamic messaging.