York radio in violation for not recording its release – RadioToday
Jorvik Radio has been found to be in violation of its license for failing to provide a complete copy of its production after a request from Ofcom.
A complaint was received by the regulator from someone saying the community station was not serving their target community.
But when Ofcom requested recordings from the station from June 18, 2021, the licensee was unable to provide the full day, saying it was missing part of a two-hour nighttime broadcast.
The station said it was unsure why the software failed to connect all day, but took steps to add a secondary recorder and notify its support team in real time if the recording d ‘a program is not available.
For this reason, Ofcom was unable to assess the complaint and concluded that Jorvik Radio Limited had violated conditions 8 (1) and 8 (2) (a) and (b).
All Ofcom-licensed stations must make and retain a copy of their broadcast for 42 days.
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Posted on Sunday, October 17, 2021 at 4:24 p.m. by Local Reporter