Station News & Events

Here's an update on our transmitter problems.  The exciter on the analog transmitter needs repair.  Because it is down we are using our hd transmitter in analog mode to restore service.  This is not as powerful a transmitter so the signal is not quite as strong as usual.  The parts should be here anytime to allow us to restore everything back to normal and we will keep you updated as we hope to  finish this work this week.

The second annual MTSU LGBT+ College Conference will be the subject of the next “MTSU On the Record” radio program.

Host Gina Logue’s interview with Elizabeth Villasana and Shaela Dennis of the MT Lambda student organization will air from 5:30 to 6 p.m. Monday, March 30, and from 8 to 8:30 a.m. Sunday, April 5, on WMOT-FM (89.5 and www.wmot.org).

We have an update on our transmitter issues.   We have traced our transmitter problem to the stereo exciter.  This means that we gone into analog mode on our HD transmitter to maintain our primary signal.  This is a smaller transmitter so we will be operating at a reduced power level until we can get those parts in and installed.  Hopefully, that will be done in several days.

Thanks for your patience.

The seafood you eat may have been caught by slaves

That seafood you bought from the supermarket or the calamari you had at a restaurant may have a dark history.

FROM THE NEWSROOM:  First, the Saudis launched air strikes in Yemen. So what does it all mean?  We'll unpack it.  

We are experiencing some  tranmitter issues and have been popping off and on the air this morning.  Our Chief Engineer is working on the problem and we hope to be back up with a reliable signal later this morning.  Thanks for your calls and we will let you know when we have everything resolved.

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