If you enjoy listening to KLR (Karuvium Light Radio), we ask you to donate towards our music licencing costs.

It is a radio station produced voluntarily in North Wales, UK to provide music for pleasure and entertainment. It is not supported by commercial advertising. It is funded currently by Anthony Lovett voluntarily.

Anthony Lovett is the operator and facilitator, and he provides the streaming service from his home. He funds the servers and does all the work required in terms of radio production, he funds the voice over service used monthly and ultimately he is responsible for licencing the station to legally broadcast music. Although the station makes no money and is voluntarily provided, it is still a legal requirement to pay for a licence to broadcast.

The fee for broadcasting this radio station across the Internet is close to £600 a year. This fee must be paid all at once. This is a non-negotiable position set by PPL, the licencing authority in the UK.

Anthony is in receipt of disability benefits from the Government, and this is his only income. The radio station is part of his therapy to keep him occupied and mentally active. Anthony was a former professional radio presenter in the UK. In order to develop it further, he needs your support.

Any donation of any value would be appreciated very much, and will help to keep KLR the right side of the law.

Please select an amount from the drop-down list.

This donation button is provided by the secure PayPal payments service.

If you have any other questions or queries you can email Anthony. Email:

Thank you.

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