A great college radio station can be both a megaphone as well as a portal for the creative campus and college-town community. “It’s more than just playing music,” Lucas Coberly, station manager at KXUA told Jennifer Waits on this episode. “It’s definitely not just for people who want to be on the radio. It’s for people who want to share poetry, to share pictures, to make film…. It’s a lot of different things.” On this episode of the podcast we visit “the eclectic voice of the Ozarks,” KXUA at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
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- Radio Survivor Tour of KXUA
- KXUA website
- Spinning Indie 50 State Tour Stop 1: KXUA at University of Arkansas
- KXUA’s Boston Station Tours
- Spinning Indie Tour of WMFO at Tufts (with Ron Burgundy sighting)
- Radio Survivor Tour of Radio K (with Ron Burgundy sighting)
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