URN celebrating at the Student Radio Awards after winning Best Station at the Student Radio Awards for the fifth year in a row.

URN celebrating at the Student Radio Awards after winning Best Station at the Student Radio Awards for the fifth year in a row.

University Radio Nottingham is the multi-award–winning university radio station of the University of Nottingham Students’ Union.

During term-time we broadcast locally on University Park Campus on 1350AM and worldwide via our website.

 

URN has been broadcasting on University Park since November 1979.

 

The station was originally based in the Cherry Tree building behind the Portland Building.

 

In 2003, with the demolition of this building, URN was moved to the lower ground floor of the Portland Building, where we currently broadcast for twenty-four hours a day during term time.

 

We currently broadcast nineteen hours of live shows each day, which is more than any other radio station in Nottingham.

 

We have over three hundred members who every day present and produce radio programmes, report on the news, and work to maintain the station. The station is completed run by students right from the Monday morning headline reader to the editor of the station. Everyone at URN juggles their university degree with their dedication to volunteering at the station. Our output is a mix of daytime entertainment based programmes, student-focused news and discussion shows and a broad range of specialist music programmes covering almost every genre of music.

 

Izzie Clarke (centre)- URN Daytime presenter wins Best Female at the Student Radio Awards 2015- with Radio 1 DJ, Greg James (L)

URN Daytime Presenter, Izzie Clarke (centre) wins Best Female at the Student Radio Awards 2015- with Radio 1 DJs, Alice Levine (L) and Greg James (R)

 

We have held the title of Best Student Radio Station several times and have won more Student Radio Awards than any other station. Our presenters and programmes have also won big prizes. These awards are judged by some of the most prominent figures in the radio industry, from across the BBC and commercial radio.

Bastille joined us for a chat in the studio after their URN organised gig on campus

Bastille joined us for a chat in the studio after their URN organised gig on campus.

 

Over the past couple of years we have noticed the growing focus on off air productions throughout commercial radio. As broadcasting changes in the radio industry, we have reflected this at URN through organising gigs that support upcoming local talent in the Nottingham area, exclusive blogs and podcast shows on our revamped website as well as through our online television station, URN TV. This has led us to be more aligned with the changing needs of our audience as well as give aspiring broadcast journalists here at the University of Nottingham the best experience of what the current radio industry is like.

 

 

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URN presenters broadcasting live at the Freshers Fair.

 

 

Here at URN, we want to represent the diverse and talented student body at the university and are always welcome to more students getting involved with the station. See our ‘Get Involved’ page to find out more.

As a student radio station, URN has access to over 35,000 students. If your company would like to provide prizes and gain exposure across the Nottingham student community then we would love to hear from you. Contact marketing@urn1350.net

 

 

 

 

If you are an artist that would like to work with URN, drop us a line at music@urn1350.net

 

For any additional queries, get in touch at management@urn1350.net