Trident Media Radio (formally known as Crush Radio, Campus Radio Hatfield [CRH] CRUSH and more recently, Crush 1278) is the student radio station of the University of Hertfordshire, England. In April 2013 Crush Radio won the award of "Best Media Committee" at the Student Recognition Evening held at the Hertfordshire Forum, meaning the Crush Radio Committee have now won the prestigious award 3 years in a row.Crush is a non-profitable organisation run by student volunteers.LCD screens are also a big part of the equation, as the cameras that don’t allow remote changing of settings require the user to interact with a unit that may or may not be user friendly.The big factor is always going to be the wireless support, which depending on the company or setup a person chooses can be a nightmare or a blessing.One of the biggest problems with regular trail cameras is the need to physically visit each camera to pull the SD cards and see your photos.
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Renamed in 2016, Trident Media Radio has been broadcasting since 1960. Trident Media Radio promotes a variety of shows from mainstream music to alternative shows, though the shows are usually banded together to promote continuity.
Shows tend to change slot and members each semester based on the presenters and producers lecture timetables.
The first campus radio, often called student radio, station in the UK, TMR was founded in 1960 under the name of CRH (Campus Radio Hatfield).
After starting as a, so called, "pirate radio station" CRH was turned into a University Society of the University of Hertfordshire and was renamed Crush 1278 for it broadcast on 1278AM frequency.