Kirkcaldy community station K107 FM has received funding from the town’s Common Good Fund.
The station has been awarded £4,400, which will be used to cover some of the costs of renewing equipment and licenses. These are to cost a total of £8,800.
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The fourth station of the week (and the third decided by twitter poll) is K107 FM. K107 is a locally focused community station centred on the town of Kirkcaldy in Fife.
The station broadcasts on 107.0 FM, as indicated by the station’s name, to Kirkcaldy and the surrounding area. The signal is receivable in parts of the neighbouring town of Glenrothes.
The station broadcasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A variety of programmes are broadcast, including specialist shows on jazz music, rock music, and country music. In addition, a comprehensive website provides local news, weather, travel, and other info.
The more specialist nature of station compliments the general programming of local commercial station Kingdom FM, which does remain locally produced. This provides a greater variety for listeners in the area, and can only be beneficial.
In short, K107 FM provides a brilliant service, and is worth of the title Station of the Week. You can find out more by visiting the station guide here.