London broadcaster’s digital signal goes live this week
Following the recent launch of Resonance Extra in Brighton, Resonance FM has set up a brand new digital signal for its regular programming for Greater London. Resonance is still broadcasting from its South London HQ in Borough High Street, but in addition to its regular 104.4 FM signal, you can now find it on the digital band – a scan for new stations on your DAB radio should let you lock in to Resonance’s groundbreaking mix of sound, art, documentaries, community programming and experimental broadcasting in crystal clear audio. You can find more information on how to pick it up on the Resonance website here.
If you’d like to help Resonance get this new digital operation up and running smoothly, do them a favour by emailing them to let them know you can pick it up – write to firstname.lastname@example.org including your post code. Their DAB venture uses new technology and their engineers are eagerly monitoring the progress of the project.
Meanwhile, if you want to check out Resonance Extra, and its rolling roster of programmes and shows from the archive, but you don’t live in Brighton, you can tune in online here.