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Karachi University's campus radio begins test transmission FM 90.6

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KU campus radio begins test transmission

Karachi: The test transmission of Karachi University's campus radio has begun and it can be heard on the FM 90.6 megahertz frequency between 3pm and 4pm, within a radius of 15 to 18km, a spokesman for the university said on Wednesday.

The campus station, set up at the university's Dr Feroz Ahmed Institute of Mass Communication, has already started airing bulletins in both English and Urdu, besides presenting documentaries relating to social, cultural, literary and educational activities taking place in and around the campus.

"The entire programme of the campus radio is being produced by students of the Mass Communication department under the supervision of the project director of the Dr Feroz Ahmed Institute of Mass Communication," the spokesman said, adding that the entire cost of Rs4 million incurred on the setting up of the studio and its equipment had been borne by the university from its own resources.

Asked if the campus station was being heard throughout the city, he replied in the negative, saying they had received complaints that it was not being properly heard in Defence, Clifton, Korangi and adjoining localities.