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: December 2010
Check out this great article about WRVU in the Consequence of Sound blog. Advertisements
Below is the latest written “release” from the VSC. The VSC has been mum on official statements in regard to the rationale for a WRVU on-air license sale. Recall that this summer the sale was announced along with a VSC … Continue reading
Many thanks go out to all the fine area establishments who are displaying the Save WRVU poster. If you happen to see a Save WRVU poster in a business, please take the time to thank them for their support of … Continue reading
Save 91.1`WRVU @ Nashville Clothing Xchange Wednesday, December 15 · 6:00pm – 9:00pm Clothing Xchange 1817 21st Ave S Nashville, TN 37212 Music, Refreshments, Silent Auction. . . Click here for more info..
91.1 FM WRVU is the oldest, continuously running non-profit FM station in Nashville, and is Nashville’s ONLY non-profit and totally independent voice for music and other totally unique programming. WRVU is the voice of Vanderbilt University and Nashville’s “voice of … Continue reading
Here is a list of the people who are on the Vanderbilt Student Communications Board of Directors – http://www.vandymedia.org/vsc-board-of-directors/ Students are encouraged to contact the student board members to let them know how WRVU has affected their lives and the … Continue reading
Check out this great article in the New York Times today about the state of college radio nationally with coverage of WRVU and KTRU.