Join CBI in San Antonio Nov. 2-4 for the National Student Electronic Media Convention

Early-bird discounted registration rates are in effect through Oct. 1, and hotel rooms at the convention rate are available. The session schedule will be announced this week.

For more information, visit askcbi.org/sanantonio.

Underground UK: Turn alternative music on and conventional music off with WRFL

Since 1988, WRFL has played non-stop music 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year without interruptions with a human in the studio at all times.

WRFL has over 10,000 items in the studio and double that in storage.

“If you were to play all the albums through 24/7, 365 you wouldn’t be able to listen to all our music in your lifetime,” said Maya Collins-Paterson, WRFL General Manager.

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Going with the flow: NKU professor keeps college radio tradition alive on WAIF-FM

“I don’t think I could really stop. It’s just what I do,” Katkin said. “I like to have the reason to listen to music, so it pushes me to keep listening to stuff because I have to put a show together. I like the pressure on me to do that. And I like to think about ways to be clever and creative with the format.”

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Curry College Radio Station Gets State-of-the-Art Renovation

“Everything is new–everything!” said Professor Alan Frank, director of the Curry College radio department and station. “There are new monitors, speakers…even the carpet is brand new. The only thing we’re still working on is getting a new chair.”

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What’s the Spin at KSUA? UAF’s college radio station is looking for new student involvement

Behind the old sticker covered doors lies the opportunity to learn new things. A way to express yourself, to be funny and weird or smart and sarcastic or make new friends. Having your own show gives you an opportunity to share the music you love and a place talk about the things that inspire you to an audience bigger than just your peers or classmates. It is a chance to get out of your comfort zone and maybe speak when you normally might not. The first time you sit down in one of the squeaky vintage chairs in the studio and man the sound board, can be intimidating, but you can’t help but bask in how cool it feels to be a college radio DJ.

Read more from The Sun Star.