We see how important it is for each child to find their voice, to be creative and to speak out about the things they care about. Often they find this voice through social media, but this brings risks and worries for young people, parents and teachers. In community media, we can support this process by bringing the best things of both worlds - the grassroots freedom and fun of the online world, with the regulation and accountability of traditional media.
We want every child to grow knowing they are listened to and valued, with access to local broadcasting and the skills to express themselves in a fair and constructive way. We will build long term relationships with the children and their families, as they grow up, and offer a real alternative platform.