Fuse have teamed up with the folks at Relentless as part of their 'No Half Measures Tour' to give two of you the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to see the Holloways at Manchester Club Academy, this Monday (27th) October. Not only that, but they're throwing in a crate of Relentless energy drink for the lucky winners.
The first podcast from the fuse fm news team! This week, Mike Tighe provides a quick and concise analysis of the week's news, including the credit crunch, fears of a global recession, and a story about a naked man stuck up a chimney...
All this week on Fuse FM, in conjunction with our friends at discoo.co.uk, we are going to be giving away (yes students that means its FREE) some amazing Junk Food T-Shirts.
We know you will all be DESPERATE to know how you can get a chance to win a T-Shirt and it couldn't be simpler...
Just click on the Discoo link to the right (it's flashing at you right now!) to head to the competition page where you have to answer one very simple questions, enter some details and Bob's your uncle - you've been entered into the competition!!
UNIVERSITY RADIO station Fuse FM went back on air on Sunday for what they are promising will be their "best ever" broadcasting session.
The station were initially denied an on air slot for their spring semester session – but regulators Ofcom dramatically relented.
The local community station which was to take The University of Manchester's 28 day broadcasting slot collapsed late last year.
This upcoming broadcast will be Broadcast 16 and radio station staff said they were "hoping to really make waves" within the student population of Manchester.
Fuse FM is on air right now broadcasting live on 106.3FM from the University of Manchester.
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AWARD-WINNING University radio station Fuse FM will now be returning to FM radio after it's broadcasting licence was renewed.
The station had previously been denied the chance to boardcast on FM for the Spring session in favour of local start-up station, RockTalk.
The new community-run station was given priority over the established Fuse FM - which broadcasts for a month per semester - earlier in the year when licences were dished out.