Station News & Events

12:18pm

Thu October 16, 2014
Station News & Events

Samis CD a Membership Campaign Pledge Premium

Michael Samis' new cd release of the Reinecke Cello Concerto is a featured premium during WMOT's Fall Fund Drive.  It's coming up this hour on afternoon classics!

9:19am

Wed October 15, 2014
Station News & Events

Live Coverage of the Dedication of the New MTSU Science Building

WMOT will carry the MTSU Science Building Dedication Ceremony beginning at 10:00 a.m. today on 89.5 fm and 92.5 fm. Gov. Bill Haslam, university President Sidney A. McPhee and other state and local dignitaries will be presenting at the public ceremony, scheduled to start at 10:00 a.m. today (Wednesday Oct, 15th), 

The State of the art 147 million dollar Science Buidlingat opened this fall, a full semester ahead of schedule. It represents the largest single capital investment ever in Tennessee higher education.

9:19am

Wed October 15, 2014
Station News & Events

Fall On-Air Fundraiser Happening Now! Call 615-898-2800. Chance to Win Samsung Galaxy Tab 4! Bundle

You will be automatically entered when you make a donation to WMOT.

Give Online Now!

Bundle includes Samsung 10" White 16Gig Galaxy Tab 4,  JBL Headphones and Bluetooth Speakers, and AM/FM Radio with Bluetooth Speaker.

3:29pm

Tue October 14, 2014
Station News & Events

Cult Comedy Heroes Tim and Eric on Q fro 10-14

TODAY on "Q" 

-- From deciding what to put on your sandwich to what to post on your Facebook wall, we're all trying to carve out our individuality through curation. But author, editor and teacher, David Balzer says that curation has become a buzzword - and if we're all curating in the same way --- perhaps the idea of curation has lost its meaning.

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3:27pm

Tue October 14, 2014
Station News & Events

Untranslatable Words on The World for 10-14

We're pondering untranslatable words today in the next installment of our series, "In Other Words."  Take the French word, chouette. Literally it means a type of owl. But much more frequently, people use chouette to describe something that is cute, neat, or nice, or friendly, or even terrific or fantastic. All depends on the moment, and that means the French will likely know what chouette is before you do. Marco speaks with Princeton professor Michael Wood, one of the editors of the "Dictionary of Untranslatables."

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