Phonic FM describe themselves as “Exeter’s Sound Alternative”. They’re about getting as far away from a commercial radio sound as possible.
They’re fairly new at it too, starting full-time broadcasting in 2008, after originally supporting Exeter’s Vibraphonic Festival with short term licenses.
David Traherne, Phonic FM Chairman, with permission.
With over 160 volunteers, Phonic Chairman David Treharne told CommunityRaedio what made them tick…
All images in this article used with permission of Mandy Morrow
Last week we featured an article about Lindsay Smith, a new unsigned artist whose music career was being helped by community radio. We decided to get the story from the other side of the mic, as we talked to Mandy Morrow about why she believes in playing under-the-radar music as a hospital radio presenter. Continue reading
Lindsay Smith is an unsigned solo artist from Derbyshire, and an English student from the University of Exeter. She told Community RA+Edio why community radio was such an important resource for music acts such as herself.