As a student DJ, you are free to express yourself by programming your own music, creating a talk show, game show, interviewing bands or whomever you desire, and more. WSR is open to ALL students from any major and you may even qualify to be a paid work-study student if you’re eligible (talk to your financial aid counselor).
Music listening habits have evolved away from broadcast radio to music on multiple platforms and devices. Because WSR is a digital radio station, it can be broadcast everywhere and on any device, allowing people to be in touch with WSR anywhere there is an Internet or phone signal. WSR is never out of range.
As you walk around campus, you’ll find WSR playing in Rockland, the Manuszak Center, Garrison Hall, and the bookstores. You can also stream WSR online using the link below.
Interested in becoming a WSR DJ? Your shift could be as little as an hour a week. Email Aaron Harris, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stevenson students have left behind the days of common terrestrial broadcast airwaves, opting to share the latest news and student views through digital format. SUTV provides an entertaining glimpse into the campus experience at Stevenson through student interviews and event broadcasts. SUTV provides students the opportunity to produce their own digital videos highlighting the Stevenson experience
SUTV student productions can be viewed at Stevenson’s social media sites including Facebook, You Tube and Instagram and on the stevenson.edu website as well as on televisions across campus and in residence halls on channel 27.1. Participation in SUTV productions is open to students of all majors and classes. Video production skills are not required.
Wild Stang Radio and SUTV are properties managed by the Office of Marketing and Digital Communications.