Vanderbilt’s student-run radio station WRVU 91.1 FM is in danger of permanently going off the air. The VSC, the board that claims ownership of WRVU has recently reached an agreement with WPLN, Nashville NPR affiliate, to sell the station’s broadcasting license. This sale would mean the loss of Nashville’s only major college radio station. Explore this site to learn more to get WRVU on the air!
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Monthly Archives: September 2010
WRVU Alumnus Justin Walsh organized a group of WRVU alumni to draft a letter to VSC Chairperson Professor Mark Wollaeger which has been copied to the Chancellor, Dean of Students, Associate Vice-Chancellor of Alumni Relations, Board of Trust Chair, WRVU … Continue reading
Alumni of WRVU, please write to James Stofan, the Associate Vice Chancellor of Alumni Relations and let him know about your experience and how much WRVU means to you. James Stofan Associate Vice Chancellor Alumni Relations PMB 407735 2301 Vanderbilt … Continue reading
Since Vanderbilt Student Communications has let it be known that they are not really interested in the Nashville community response, we have found someone at Vanderbilt who is. The Department of Community & Neighborhood relations is a liason for the … Continue reading
One thing we are quickly discovering is that we as former djs and e-staff members have not done the best job keeping in touch with each other and maintaining the history/legacy of the station to pass down to future generations. … Continue reading
Check out an insightful post on Keeping the Public in Public Radio.
A former WRVU DJ has been working on a great site about the history of WRVU – http://www.wrvufm.org – which has lots of great information, letters and perspective on the current situation.
Special thanks to Steve Haruch at the Nashville Scene for this incredible article in this week’s Nashville Scene. For those wondering about the “transfer of control” form, check out Steve’s follow up piece on the Scene website.