WRUR 88.5 is raising money for a new FM setup to replace our current board, used since the ‘90s. Sole ownership of this new board will make our radio station more independent, as well as helping to maintain the university’s long history of campus broadcasting.
For $9, become a “Casual Acquaintance / Work Friend”
For $10, become a “Friend of the Station”
For $20, become a “Close Friend of the Station” and be thanked on-air during a prime-time FM broadcast.
For $30, become a “Best Friend of the Station” and receive a personal thank you note from the station, and be thanked on-air during a prime-time FM broadcast.
For $50, become a “Patron of the Arts” and receive a personal video from the station thanking you, and be thanked on-air during a prime-time FM broadcast.
For $100 or above, become “Our Hero” and choose a three-song set for a prime-time Sting broadcast, and be thanked on-air during a prime-time FM broadcast.
For $250 or above, become “Our Superhero” and have your name on a dedication on the new FM Board, and be thanked on-air during a prime-time FM broadcast
For $500 or above: “…Are You Positive?” The FM Board is permanently named after you, and you’ll be thanked on-air during a prime-time FM broadcast.
Donate at the link below.
Download the pdf: WRUR Fall 2018 Newsletter
Download the pdf: WRUR Spring 2018 Newsletter
Be sure to tune in to the the Live WRUR-TV broadcast of the 2018 Photon Cup at 7pm on April 6th where the U of R Physics Department and Optics Department will square off in a soccer match of epic proportions!
The match will be broadcast live via Facebook live on The Sting’s Facebook page. Live coverage will begin at 6:55pm with kickoff happening at 7pm.
WRUR is broadcasting the NJR Vinyl Show Live on TheSting
More about the show: http://thesting.wrur.org/shows/njr-vinyl-show/
Download the pdf: WRUR Fall 2017 Newsletter
On Saturday, May 6th, WRUR will be broadcasting recordings from this week’s Carillon Spring Fling on TheSting. Tune in at 12:00 PM to hear them.
For more information about this broadcast and the carillon society as a whole, head to the Carillon Spring Fling page.
Special thanks goes to Doris Aman and the rest of the Carillon Society for making this possible.