We here at KXUA are very pleased to announce that we have returned to our normal broadcast and online stream. Thanks for your patience while we got back up and running.
We’re still in the midst of getting everything back into working order, and we are very sorry that we’ve been struck by some unexpected equipment problems. We’re still working to get everything sorted, and we’ll keep you updated on the situation here. We’re not entirely sure when we will be back, but we want to resassure you that broadcasts will resume as soon as possible. Continue reading Off The Air, Day Two: A Quick Update
If you’re wondering why our terrestrial signal and our stream have both gone silent, that’s because we have unfortunately had to shut down today and until tomorrow at the earliest. Continue reading Off The Air, If Only For A Bit
If you hadn’t seen on our Twitter or Facebook, we were very recently featured on Radio Survivor‘s podcast and blog. Having just started being the station manager here in the summer, it’s been a rush both traveling the country and getting to know and talk with others in the college/community radio community. There’s also something exciting about being on the other side of an interviewer’s microphone.
I had the pleasure of traveling up to Boston and Philadelphia this past week to learn more about radio, and I figured a rambling blog post about it should follow. In Boston, I visited three college radio stations and in Philadelphia I attended CBI’s yearly conference with our Promo Director, Ambrosia. So what did we learn? Continue reading KXUA In New England