Making More than Airwaves: A Look at WMLU
“Mics are live” says a student to himself as he turns on the mics. He pauses and counts down. 3, 2, 1, and then he proclaims into his microphone, “You are listening to WMLU 91.3 the music of Longwood University and Farmville, Virginia.”
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WRVU Friends Stage Quiet Comeback, Land Broadcast License
DJs who were once part of Vanderbilt’s radio station WRVU are in the midst of seeking a new home on the airwaves, and their comeback effort just made a giant leap.
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Meet the student DJs at KALX
If you tune in to 90.7 FM, you can hear its trademark eclectic mix of music. In 1962, KALX was broadcast out of a humble cigar box from Unit 2’s Ehrman Hall. Today, the KALX studio is hidden away in the basement of Barrows Hall, unbeknownst to most students and passersby.
Read more from The Clog.
Live From KCR
KCR’s mission is to give SDSU’s aspiring disc jockies, newscasters, sports broadcasters, radio personalities and other radio station personnel an opportunity to hone their skills and to serve the university and community through diverse, compelling content.
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College Radio Watch: KURE Must Move, KWCW GM Shares Advice When Facing FCC Violations and WESU Film Honors 75th Anniversary
Read more from College Radio Watch on Radio Survivor.