August 6, 2013
A new recording studio at Wild Horse FM’s headquarters at Heritage House in Yarraman was officially opened today by Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott.
Station manager Jim Bond said the sound-proofed area would be used for pre-recording interviews, sponsorship announcements and promotions.
The recording studio – and improvements to increase the power of Wild Horse’s transmitter from 250W to 500W – were assisted by funding from the State Government’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund.
Mr Scott, who was accompanied on his visit by Member for Bowman Andrew Laming, inspected the rest of Wild Horse FM’s facilities and did a live on-air interview, before enjoying morning tea with community members in the dining room at Heritage House.