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It later broadcast on 963 k Hz AM, 1404 k Hz AM, 1602 k Hz AM, and 87.7 MHz FM.
Programming format is predominantly music, with some news programmes including the award-winning Tower to Tower magazine programme.
The service is strictly confidential, impartial, independent and free to all students.
The Centre is staffed by fully-trained volunteers, with constant support from permanent members of staff. As well as a drop-in service, they offer advice to students via telephone and e-mail.
For more about the Students' Union, visit With long opening hours, the library has quiet study areas, networked PCs and access to over 47,000 online journals, databases, e-books and library catalogues.
There is a hospitality section within the library and a book shop on campus should you wish to purchase your own copies.
University Radio Essex is a campus radio station at the University of Essex serving Wivenhoe Park in Colchester.
It took several years for radio to become a reality in the UK.
The radio station was funded by the Student Union at the University of Essex, and changed identity to RED - 1404 AM in 2006.
URE first broadcast on the 1 March 1971, on 301 metres medium wave (originally 998 k Hz, later 999 k Hz AM).
Essex URE was beaten to air by University Radio York.
Preparation and licensing had begun with members of the Students Union and the University's Amateur Radio Society, several members of whom were also members of the station's technical team.