“Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.”
S.A.M.S. Pure Gold broadcasts continuous music.
This station will close on 25th April 2017.
About S.A.M.S. Pure Gold
S.A.M.S. Pure Gold broadcasts continuous music, 24/7.
The Government of St Helena issued the following announcement on 7th July 2011:
SHG is planning to set up a new, community owned company, to provide improved media services on St Helena. This not-for-profit company will provide three radio stations, all on the FM Band, and a newspaper. The first radio station will focus on popular and country music with news summaries; the second station will maintain the Radio St Helena brand; and the third station will be dedicated to the BBC World Service.
If you find S.A.M.S. Pure Gold is not received clearly, you might find our guide How to get radio louder, clearer, better (112.8Kb) helpful.
To reach the South Atlantic Media Services Ltd. (S.A.M.S.) team:
S.A.M.S. Pure Gold’s studios are in Castle Gardens, in the building called Garden Hall; the building in the northern corner of the gardens.
S.A.M.S. Pure Gold is funded by advertising revenue, supplemented by an annual subsidy provided by the Government of St Helena.
Media on St Helena is regulated by the St Helena Media Commission, which is charged with overseeing Media Services delivered in or from St Helena in accordance with the regulatory objectives set out in the Media Standards Ordinance 2011. You can read their ‘Media Code of Practice 2014’ (309.3Kb).
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