RadioActive worked with Delta State University, Abraka in December 2009 to set up DESU FM – the area’s first university campus radio station. The station has been on the air continuously since then, providing students with a platform to promote their talents and initiatives and discuss local issues - radioactive.org.uk
# About the project
RadioActive Engineer Mark Benewith went to Nigeria in November 2009 to work with the Delta State University and set up DESU FM – the area’s first university campus radio station. Once the station was installed, Mark trained up a team of local radio journalists in studio use, digital editing and transmission system maintenance.
Broadcasting with 150 Watts, the station provides a voice for the student population of Abraka with educational programming as well as local news and music.
# Main Objectives - To train students in radio production and presenting skills. - To give students a voice and a platform for promoting their talents, initiatives, issues and local events. - To provide a local radio station with music, information and discussion aimed at the local student population of Delta State University, Abraka.