Campus / Community / News / September 27, 2013

Tri States Public Radio starts 24/7 broadcasting on 90.7 FM

Public radio has hit the Galesburg airwaves. Tri States Public Radio has officially started broadcasting on the 90.7 FM wavelength. Listeners will now receive National Public Radio programming while using an analog radio tuned in to the 90.7 FM frequency.

For those tuning in on a digital radio, standard in most vehicles made after 2008, the HD1 stream will feature TSPR programming and the HD2 stream will feature WVKC as it has always operated. WVKC will also feature improved online streaming quality for student-run programming as a result of the new equipment installed in the radio station by TSPR.

Tune in to TSPR on iTunes here:

Related: WVKC enters brave new world of digital radio

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Julian Boireau
Julian Boireau is a senior majoring in international relations and minoring in French. This is his fourth year working for TKS, having served as co-news editor during his sophomore and junior years. He has been involved in journalism for seven years, serving as opinions editor of the newspaper and editor-in-chief of the literary magazine at Palisades Charter High School in Los Angeles, California. In September 2012, Julian received press credentials to attend the annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City, where he reported on remarks by President Barack Obama and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney. He is also the recipient of back-to-back first place awards from the Illinois College Press Association for front page layout.

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