Radio Študent (Ljubljana, SI)
Established in 1969 by the Student Organisation of the University of Ljubljana, Radio Študent (RŠ) is one of Europe's oldest and strongest non-commercial, alternative radio stations. Its diverse and dedicated programme activities encompass presenting and evaluating different forms of popular music, covering and analysing current political and social phenomena, dealing with the many fields of arts and humanities, following and critically dissecting student and university politics and policies, enacting radio plays, reciting works of literature and poetry – and quite a lot more. All of the above is permeated by wit, humour, a laid back approach, political responsibility and intellectual vigour and thoroughness. Today, the radio daily broadcasts 17 hours of its own programme during the week and 14 during weekends. About 200 regular contributors are involved: journalists, art and music critics, D.J.s, announcers and technicians.The majority of them are students, and a number of them are highly respected intellectuals, journalists, artists and university lecturers.
Radio Campus France - IASTAR
Radio Campus France - IASTAR is a national network of young radio student initiatives in France. Campus Radios broadcasts on FM and on the web promoting common values: Youth media and citizen expression; highlighting new French and foreign talents; proximity to all the fabric of actors and groups of local actors; direct link with the public, contributors or simple radio listeners; support for student radio projects, young volunteers and volunteers in civic service. To encourage these values, the Campus Radios joined forces in 1996 within the IASTAR network, which has become, over the years, their main collaborative space for the dissemination of radio programs and partnerships, support for stations and training of members, technology prospecting and representation. 21 years later, IASTAR became Radio Campus France and relies to this day on a major broadcast network consisting of 27 FM radio and Web radios in major French urban areas. Campus Radio waves reach a population pool of about 22 million people - including more than 1,200,000 students. Campus Radios are aimed at different audiences: students, young people aged 15 to 35, culture consumers, cultural actors, academics, and specialized listeners.
Radio Popolare Italy (Errepi Spa)
Radio Popolare has been a specialist broadcaster of information and free and independent communication since 1976 and is considered by many to be a “Radio Leader” in Italy for information due to its political and editorial independence. It is run by CO-OPERATIVE DI RADIO POPOLARE. The co-operative is the major shareholder of ERREPI S.p.A. The company shares, in addition to the co-operatives’ are held by a vast number (almost 15.000) of citizens. Radio Popolare sees its service function as offering a public interest communication, information and culture service. Radio Popolare has a large experience in the realization and coordination of the European Radio Campaign co-financed by the EU. Radio Popolare broadcasts 24 hours a day (20 of which are live), 365 days a year. Radio Popolare’s well-known and beloved daily radio programming provides cultural transmissions with guests from the world of Italian and global music, cinema and visual arts. The weekly listener figures for 2018 as compiled by two independent nationally recognised organisations and published by TER are around 480,000. Radio Popolare has a strong tradition of organizing concerts in their Auditorium every Tuesday and has also organized major multidisciplinary cultural festivals and exhibitions.
Radio Corax (Halle, DE)
Radio CORAX is a non-commercial local radio in Halle licensed to the association CORAX e.V. which had been working since 1993 on the development of such a medium structure in Halle. Today there are about 300 contributors at Radio CORAX, most of them are volunteers. With about 100 regular transmissions Radio CORAX is the biggest non-profit radio in East-Germany. Radio CORAX has long experience in hosting conferences, festivals and workshops. The radio is an active contributor in national and international community media networks. One of Corax aims is to foster local culture, art and science furthermore education in those fields. Besides running a 24/7 programme that's covering music shows, radio plays and radio art. Plenty of shows are giving air time to local, regional or national artists/musicians. Besides this programme work Corax is hosting annual events (twice a year) with live concerts and dj sets where newcomers get the chance to get on stage. Corax is also focussing on being a platform for radio art by hosting festivals like RadioRevolten, Kunst für Tiere, running a radio art residency, through that two international artists per year get the opportunity to work on their art with a three month scholarship in Halle at Radio Corax and Corax is member of the radio art network RadiaFM.