KXUA Contacts

Our brand new studios and offices are on the second floor of Kimpel Hall.  You may stop by to pick up or drop off DJ applications, submit physical copies of music, or chat with any KXUA staff member. All other contact information is listed below:

TELEPHONE

Main office – COMING SOON!

Studio and request line – COMING SOON!


CONTACTS

Station Manager:   Heath Anderson [kxua@uark.edu]

Music Directors:  Sophia Nourani and Lydia Fletcher [charts@uark.edu]

Streaming Director:   Ben Sawyers [promo@uark.edu]     ~ Reach out for info/questions on podcasts!

Program Director:   Callie Barnett [onair@uark.edu]     ~ Reach out for info/questions on genre shows!


SUBMIT MUSIC

Please read the KXUA Music Submission Policy before sending

Vinyl? No thanks. Unless you want to.

We don’t play vinyl on KXUA, unfortunately, but if you feel compelled to send records to us anyway, we wouldn’t mind.


 

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  1. admin · October 3, 2013

    email kxua@uark.edu for more information! thanks!

  2. admin · October 3, 2013

    Haha, we just got a new Automation system around that time, so there were a few technical difficulties. I know it would play the same songs at the same time of day for nearly a month, but we update Automation every week and we have 40 DJs playing shows throughout the week! Hopefully you think it’s better now! (:

  3. haley stadtmueller · October 3, 2013

    this music is cool, I chose to do the radio station as my perspectives project and am not disappointed

  4. Dennis · October 3, 2013

    Paxton & Pierce spot was great today! Car story was so, so, so funny! Good luck guys this semester. Listening on TubeIn app in Dallas……

  5. Matt Faries · October 3, 2013

    Please don’t make us listen to this automated playlist all summer, it’s so mind numbingly depressing. Come guys…

  6. Tanner · October 3, 2013

    Every night around 4:20 [lol] am, a song plays as im on the way home from dropping my boyfriend at work. Its super depressing and relatable and i can’t find it online anywhere. Here’s a snippet of the lyrics PLEASE tell me what it is: “I can’t breathe, im trapped beneath the pedestal you built for me. Get in the shower with me, wash devotion off of me. When love was new, you hung my drawings on the wall and said they look like truth. Now I draw you, each line appears a face im less and less connected to”.

  7. Brit Bowen · October 3, 2013

    Hello,

    I am the adviser of WEGL 91.1 FM, Auburn University’s student radio station. Our station is benchmarking underwriting and DJ services offered at college radio stations.

    If you are willing, please answer the following questions:
    – Does your station underwrite?
    – What are the underwriting rates?
    – Who is responsible for selling the underwriting? (Student or full time staff member)
    – Does your station offer DJ services for groups/events on campus?
    – Does your station charge for DJ services?

    Thank you for your time! WEGL is happy to return the favor in assisting KXUA!

    Sincerely,
    Brit Bowen

  8. Dugan · October 3, 2013

    Nujabes is pronounced “New-jAH-bees.” Tried calling but no number worked.

  9. Paul Ferrell · October 3, 2013

    Can anyone tell me who played @5:47-5:49 on June 27?
    I can pay you thousands of dollars in gold chains. Thx.

  10. Seth · October 3, 2013

    Thanks Lucas that was it!!

  11. Lucas · October 3, 2013

    I can say with confidence that you’re thinking of Living in Pretend by Part Time.

  12. Seth · October 3, 2013

    Lucas or others, can you list what would have been playing between 9:05am – 9:15am July 5th 2016? There was an amazing retrowave/outrun sounding song playing. Thanks in advance

  13. Lucas · October 3, 2013

    Hi Joe,

    We don’t normally post our playlists, but when people ask what song was playing at a given time we try our best to identify it. I checked our logs for the time you specified but I can’t seem to find a song that fits your description. What was playing around that time was “Always” by James Blake followed by “Afterlife” by The Secret Sea. Do either of these sound right?

  14. Joe schmersahl · October 3, 2013

    Do you post your playlists anywhere? I’m probably now your core listener demographic, but I was listening today around 5:15pm and heard a catchy tune. The main lyric seemed to be “feel that shirt”.
    Any idea what that song was?

    Thanks

  15. Cornwallace · October 3, 2013

    Attention all djs! I am trying to figure out what song I’ve heard a couple of times now. I usually can just google lyrics and find it, but no dice. I heard it today 10/15/2015 at 5ish maybe. It’s got a female singer and it goes a little something like this: “you’ve got a pocketfull of gold, this game your playing is getting old”. Some other stuff kinda like ‘I’m losing what we’ve got’. ‘It might be a little, it’s not a lot.’

  16. Matt Robison · October 3, 2013

    Hello Michael, it would be extremely handy if it were automatic. In early July we switched automation systems to a relatively new system called Rivendale. We run it through a menagerie of cpu’s running Linux’s Ubuntu. While there is a log of songs that played, there is not, at the moment, a simple way to continuously scrobble our playlists that we’re aware of. If you would like to know a certain song that played when a DJ isn’t in.. email kxuadj@uark.edu or kxua@uark.edu, and let us know around what time the song played, and we can let you know what played around then. Thanks for listening, we hope to be able to fix it with an upcoming update to Rivendale.

  17. michael bastian · October 3, 2013

    Where is the playlist on this thing? That should be automatic.

  18. Dennis Robinson · October 3, 2013

    I love Global Beat! I’m so glad you brought it back after it’s summer siesta…….

  19. Joshua Jackson · October 3, 2013

    I’m trying to reach the host of Black Coffee. She bought a book from me at Nightbird Books on Tuesday night that I mistakenly thought was for the book club she wanted to be a part of. Please let her know she can exchange the book she bought for the correct one anytime she wants to come by the store. We hope to see her again soon.

    Thanks,
    Josh at Nightbird Books

  20. Tina · October 3, 2013

    If you would like to submit events for the concert calendar, please send them to kxua@uark.edu with the subject line “add my event.”