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Radio Säteily – A free student radio of our own!

Radio Säteily is a student radio from the University of Lapland. Säteily is broadcasting once a year for three weeks. This year Säteily begins on the 5th of November 2021!

The students of the University of Lapland are primarily responsible for producing programs for Radio Säteily. We are a non-profit and amateur-run local radio, which has through the years melted its way into the locals’ hearts in our own way of doing original and fresh programs with top quality. Radio Säteily was founded in 2001.

You can listen to Radio Säteily from 5/11/2021 till 26/11/2021.

Our radio frequency is 89.00Mhz. Radio Säteily can be reached within a 20-kilometer radius of the University of Lapland where our studio is located. You can also listen and watch a video live stream directly from our website or on Twitch at www.twitch.tv/radiosateily.

Do you want to join us? Great! Anyone can apply for background shows outside of the main programs. See more information below.

Do you want to listen to Radio Säteily? The English programs will be published here in the near future.

ABOUT BACKROUND SÄTEILY

Radio Säteily will soon start and our broadcasting season is full of interesting radio shows. Still, we have plenty of free space or so-called “Background Säteily” on our schedule.

Didn’t manage to apply for a program? No worries! You can apply now for “Background Säteily”. See the instructions below.

 

IN A NUTSHELL

  • Find a free spot from the schedule. The schedule will be published soon.
  • Send an email to radiosateily@ulapland.fi with the following information: your name, contact info, when you are planning to do your show, what type of show you are going to do
  • Wait for a confirmation email from Säteily
  • When you get the confirmation, welcome to Background Säteily!

When you arrive at the studio:

  • Call the studio number. The number will be added later.
  • One of the producer team members will let you in and instruct how to use the radio equipment. You can also find paper versions of the tech instructions within the studio in both Finnish and English.