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Emergency radio station now available on gov.bm

Michael Weeks, the Minister of National Security (Photograph by Blaire Simmons)

The island’s emergency radio station 100.1fm is now available on the Government’s website.

“This is an important step in ensuring that the people of Bermuda stay informed and safe during times of national emergency,” said the Minister of National Security Michael Weeks.

It is the first time that the radio station has been available to the public via the internet, in addition to the primary terrestrial signal.

The minister added: “By streaming the radio station on the gov.bm website, we can reach more people than ever before and ensure that everyone is up to date with the latest information.

“Whether it be accessed via your computer or mobile device, streaming technology will allow more people to access the station during national emergencies such as hurricanes and power outages and help keep the island informed.“

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Published June 07, 2023 at 10:53 am (Updated June 09, 2023 at 9:40 pm)

Emergency radio station now available on gov.bm

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