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Norwich University’s student radio station, WNUB 88.3 FM—Dog River Radio—celebrated 50 years on the air in December 2017. Established in 1967, WNUB-FM provides a training ground for Communications students interested in pursuing careers in radio broadcasting and audio production.
The station is staffed in the fall by students enrolled in Broadcasting Techniques (CM 211) and in the spring by students in Radio Production (CM 351). Students record and manipulate audio with the ease and proficiency of professionals using Adobe Audition Software.
Operating 24 hours per day, 7 days per week with 285 watts of power transmitted from a tower atop Jackman Hall, WNUB-FM serves the campus and greater Northfield communities year-round as a non-commercial, educational FM station, licensed by the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D.C. Simian, a computer-based automation program, makes possible the continuous broadcast of music, news, information and other programming during times not convenient for student participation. WNUB-FM programming includes:
What is the value of emotional intelligence, in athletics and in life? Did you miss the Frozen Four tournament game—you know, the one where Norwich women’s hockey brought home the national championship? If so, or even if you witnessed the glorious moment firsthand, how about a recap? And, what does it really mean to hike the Appalachian Trail, all 2,200 miles of it? We go deep into these questions in the summer edition of Norwich Odyssey, featuring segments by Nick Fischer, Tanner Acebo, and Jacque Day. Tune into the podcast below: