- Pulse Radio
Infobox Radio Station
name = Pulse Radio
slogan = Get Addicted
format = Music & Speech
owner = LSE Students' Union
website = [http://www.pulse.dj www.pulse.dj]
Pulse is the official radio station of the
London School of EconomicsStudents Union. The station is managed by an elected Executive Committee, which is headed by the Station Manager.
The Beavernewspaper, The Script journal and LooSE TVmake up the Media Group of the LSE Students Union.
During term Pulse can be heard broadcasting live in the LSE Union Café, the SU Shop, the Three Tuns student bar and via the website.
Pulse began broadcasting on February 1st 1999. For the first few years Pulse broadcast for four week periods on an FM
Restricted Service License. Currently the station broadcasts a live stream over the internet and around the London School of Economicscampus. Alongside live programming Pulse also produces a number of podcasts during the year.
Membership consists of over 50 DJs playing a mix of mainstream and specialist music, as well as several dozen other students in the areas of promotions and advertising, broadcast journalism, technical, production and programming. In September 2005 Pulse was awarded the ‘Student Website of the Year’ at the Guardian Student Media Awards 2005. Starting in 2006, Pulse headed the LSE SU RAG Week with a 118 hour-long live broadcastathon, and along with LooSE TV organised the live broadcasting of the LSE SU election results. This has repeated every year since. The LSE SU Media Group Awards take place in the summer term, jointly organised with the other members of the LSE SU Media Group.
In term time Pulse broadcasts live on campus to students every weekday. Additionally, Pulse broadcasts continually online at www.pulse.dj.
During regular broadcast hours, content consists of DJ shows, news, topical shows, interviews and live performances. In the past Pulse has conducted interviews with
José Manuel Durão Barroso(President of the European Commission), Jacqui Smith(UK Home Secretary), John Edwards(2004 Democratic US Vice-Presidential Candidate), Clare Short(UK MP), Valéry Giscard d'Estaing(former French President), Kim Campbell(former Canada PM), Jon Snow(Channel 4 Newsreader), Alan Fletcher(Dr Karl Kennedy in the soap Neighbours) and Levi Rootsamongst others.
Outside of the regular programming times, Pulse broadcasts playlists compiled by the Head of Music and Head of Programming of the station.
Pulse in the media
*Top Ten Student Website 2007 from mediacircus [http://www.jointhemediacircus.co.uk/mediacircus/2007/06/student-website.html]
*Student website of the year from educationguardian.co.uk [http://education.guardian.co.uk/students/news/story/0,,1636154,00.html]
*Student audio site scoops Guardian award from journalism.co.uk [http://www.journalism.co.uk/news/story1593.shtml]
* [http://www.pulse.dj Official website]
* [http://www.lsesu.com LSE Students' Union website]
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