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: June 2011
Supporters of WRVU, Despite the strange sounds emanating from 91.1 FM . . .WRVU-FM is NOT DEAD YET!!! Vanderbilt Student Communications (VSC) has entered a lease-purchase agreement with WPLN 90.5 FM Nashville, a National Public Radio affiliate. In May of … Continue reading
Well, it ain’t Truthin’… One of the main purposes of this website is to simply archive all of the information surrounding the proposed Vanderbilt Student Communications (VSC) sale of WRVU so everyone can have access to the facts. What makes … Continue reading
END GAME OR JUST THE PREQUEL? Now that the shock has hit the system, it is important at this stage to note: even though WRVU is no longer on the air, this sale agreement is far from a done deal … Continue reading
What Now ?!? We here at SaveWRVU continue to be surprised and saddened, as you are, of the news of the VSC decisions – the poaching of WRVU for $3.35M in chump-change against the well-articulated protests of fans, students, alumni, … Continue reading
FROM WRVU FRIENDS AND FAMILY: “We regret to learn of the news from VSC and WPLN release today. We have been working very hard to establish a dialog with VSC to help them understand what a valuable and important resource … Continue reading
In typical mealy-mouthed and now trademark cowardly fashion that we have come to expect, Mark Wollaeger, chair of the VSC, the organization ostensibly charged with protecting WRVU, has issued the following steaming pile: Hello WRVU staff — this was held … Continue reading