Algoa FM’s Youth Crew – eager to take over airwaves

2017-06-01 06:01
Grade 11 learners from in and around Uitenhage, Port Elizabeth and East London have responded in their droves to be a part of the Algoa FM Youth Day Crew on Friday June 16.                      Photo:SUPPLIED

Grade 11 learners from in and around Uitenhage, Port Elizabeth and East London have responded in their droves to be a part of the Algoa FM Youth Day Crew on Friday June 16. Photo:SUPPLIED

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Grade 11 learners in and around Uitenhage, Port Elizabeth and East London have responded in their droves to be a part of the Algoa FM Youth Day Crew on Friday June 16.

“After an exciting audition process, the group of youths who will take charge of our radio station have been selected and we’re proud to be in a position to offer them this wonderful opportunity,” says Programme Manager, Baydu Adams.

Algoa FM’s presenters, news readers, digital team, production engineers and music compiler, will be relieved of their duties on the day, to allow the youth the opportunity to show off their individual talents.

Logan Henman from Muir College in Uitenhage, was chosen to be the sound engineer for the day.

Henman will make sure that everything on-air sounds professional and on par with the industry standard.

The strengths and interests of each learner have been taken into consideration to best allocate an individual set of responsibilities to them. They will now go through a rigorous training process.

This is the fourth consecutive takeover by a Youth Day Crew at Algoa FM.

Tune in on Friday, June 16th, to find out what really interests the youth of Algoa Country.

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