Under “Designation” please select Medieval Radio. Thanks!
If you found the Radio useful or entertaining, pelase consider supporting us by donating to the Medieval Studies Department.
Also, any kind of non-monetary contribution, be it server space contributions, legally acquired CDs or music tracks, voluntary technical and IT support, etc. are much needed, and would help keep CEU Medieval Radio alive. Please contact kinde_anna[at]phd.ceu.edu if you would like to offer help of this kind. Thank you!
DOES IT COST TO RUN CEU MEDIEVAL RADIO?
CEU Medieval Radio’s contract with Hungarian copyright agencies Mahasz and EJI give the radio a legal status but also make it subject to a copyright fee calculated by the two agencies on basis of the radio’s quarterly playlist reports.
CEU Medieval Radio’s webcast is transmitted through a radio server, whose renting also costs a bit.
Arranging radio programme recordings shows in the CEU Medieval Radio Team’s phone bills, and producing audio materials takes an enormous amount of the team members’ time and hard work on a daily basis. The latter, of course, cannot be translated into an exact figure.
Additional expenses like purchasing CDs and medieval tracks from the internet to maintain the radio’s music repertoire, renting server space for podcasts, purchasing voice recorders, microphones, etc. make running CEU Medieval Radio a costly enterprise.
HOW DO YOU FINANCE CEU MEDIEVAL RADIO?
CEU Medieval Radio’s copyright fees and radio server rental are covered by Central European University’s Medieval Studies Department. All other expenses are covered by the members of the CEU Medieval Radio Team.