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compra flagyl osradio 104.8 is a non-commercial public radio station in Osnabrück, Germany which has been on air since 1 April 2002. It is the successor to the “Offenen Kanal Osnabrück” (Osnabrück Open Channel) which commenced operations on 18 October 1996 as one of 13 public radio projects. The broadcast licence, initially scheduled to last seven years, was extended through to 31 March 2014 in 2009; in spring 2013 it was further extended to 31 March 2021.
In accordance with state media law in Lower Saxony, the station has three key purposes: up-to-date reporting of local news, remaining easily accessibie to all people and conveying media literacy through seminars and training.
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The station’s broadcasting area covers the city of Osnabrück as well as the surrounding Landkreis (county), home to roughly 350,000 residents overall. The station can be received on the frequency of 104.8 MHz via antenna (97.65 MHz via cable); in addition a live stream and podcasts can be accessed online.
The station’s programme includes local news, reports, commentaries, interviews, tips and various other services, with topic areas such as politics, business, sport, culture, and university and school life. Particular focus is given to the station’s three “magazines”: “Startklar” (6-10 a.m.), “Regional” (10 a.m. – 4 p.m.) and “Impuls” (4-6 p.m.). On the weekends, programmes such as “Sport total” (2-6 p.m. on Saturdays) are broadcast.
Broadcast spaces are also given to the public by the editorial team as part of the station’s programme. Recurring topics and groups have become established parts of the programme within the framework of about 60 free broadcast spaces.
As part of the station’s commitment to media education, there is an independent editorial team named “Mikrowellen” aimed at pupils up to 15 years of age, which broadcasts its programme once a fortnight. Also appearing on air on a fortnightly basis is the group “Teen Spirit”, which allows