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: March 2011
We posted in February sound clips of artists who have publicly come out in support of WRVU. Over the last several months, the list of artists has increased to include support from celebrated author, screenwriter, and Vanderbilt University faculty member, … Continue reading
STAND UNITED, NEVER BE DIVIDED Fellow college radio stations KTRU and KUSF are in more advanced stages of a fight for survival – both found themselves in the predicament of having no warning before having their transmitter silenced and locks … Continue reading
The WRVU article in the recent issue of The Rambler seems to shed some additional light on some motivations for the VSC proposed on-air license sale of WRVU. Based on Media Advisor, Chris Carroll’s comments in the article he sees … Continue reading
New and Old Media Alike, Support WRVU A recent post on renowned ‘New Media’ music blog TheSoundofIndie, makes some great points on what is important to having college radio on campus — the real world experience to the students. College … Continue reading
We initially attributed this decidedly unimpressive letter to the editor posted by student members of the VSC, as just another example of more VSC useless double-speak, and therefore thought that it be best ignored. It turns out, though, that through … Continue reading
The plight of WRVU continues to attract local and national press. Be sure to read the following stories showcasing WRVU’s plight to save the airwaves. The WRVU on-air license sale is proving to be a very compelling story and even … Continue reading