2SER FM 107.3, the station which runs the weekly Queernoise program, is holding a major fundraising drive this month.
Queernoise presenter Stephen Pickells said the radiothon, which runs until 26 October, was one of the station’s key fundraising campaigns.
“2SER is an integral part of Australia’s media landscape. It is a grassroots, locally focused, volunteer-driven community station, is truly independent and not for profit,” Pickells said.
“As 2SER receives no government funding, it relies on financial contributions from listeners and members of the community to continue to provide cutting-edge radio.”
The Queernoise program runs for an hour every Wednesday from 10pm. Pickells said the program was one of the many quality programs on the station.
Queernoise attempts to challenge conventional wisdom by bringing in points of view from minority groups, some of whom would have little chance of getting exposure in any other way,” he said.
Queernoise is a vehicle for these groups to have a voice and to help break down barriers within society.”
Listeners are being asked to subscribe to the station between now and the end of the month. Subscriptions range from $33 a year for concessions to $66 for adults. Lifetime, business and supporter subscriptions are also available. All donations over $2 are tax deductible.
For more information about the radiothon, or to subscribe to 2SER, call 9514 9514, or visit www.2ser.com.

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