Kirkcaldy radio station nominated for award

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Kirkcaldy radio station K107fm has been shortlisted for the first time in its history at the Community Radio Awards.

Presenter Alex Airnes has been nominated within the ‘Volunteer Of The Year’ category.

John Murray, K107fm Chairman said: “It is a huge achievement to be shortlisted in these national awards.

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"Very few Scottish stations get any recognition and in this year of all years we are proud of Alex to be in the company of these nominees.”

Martin Steers, awards chairman, said: “This year has been a challenge for the sector, but community radio stations have responded by stepping up engagement with their local communities, with more programming and innovative presenters across the country broadcasting from home.”

“We are excited to announce that this year’s awards have more entries than ever before. The quality of the entries continues to grow, and the judges are always blown away by the output, engagement, entertainment, and social gain that the sector produces.”

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