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Written by Dwayne Parish   
Monday, 08 December 2008
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Launceston College’s Radio Station, LCFM 87.8, is unique in the K-12 educational sector in Tasmania in that we are the only live to air licenced student radio station in the state. Students are able to enrol in either L2 Media-Radio (replaces Level 4 for 2009) or L3 Media-Radio (replaces Level 5 for 2009 and is a university entrance subject) at the College. The subjects teach students how to manage and run the College’s station that runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Students are able to create their own shows and work as a DJ in and out of class time. L3 students are engaged in the production of externally assessed practical materials and are also examined via a written examination at the conclusion of the academic year.

The College has state of the art digital recording studios that were recently upgraded as a result of a federal government grant. There are three studios that contain industry standard equipment and all activity is logged and scheduled to the second. The major innovation at the close of 2008 has been simulcast streaming which allows any webhosted computer user access to the station content anywhere in the world.

The College’s station appreciates your patronage either via internet access or by listening into the station via radio in the greater Launceston area and any comments can be directed to LC via email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it


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Nullsoft Winamp

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Windows Media Player

Windows Media Player is available in Microsoft Windows XP and later.
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Apple Itunes

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VLC Media Player

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