WOU Radio Station. A non profit student radio system. The Idea. A low cost student ran radio station Streaming web simulcast. Scenario one. Build an AM radio station on campus. Pros. Would be able to reach the community and students. Lower cost than a full fledge FM station.
A non profit student radio system
Adds Ethernet networking that lets you control internet and email technology for on-the-fly updates to your stored sound clip library. Audio clips can be transferred to and from a PC with point-and-click ease. Last-minute additions can be rapidly retrieved over the web, and instantly uploaded. Fast, one-touch back-ups can also be performed, providing an extra protection for critical content. The hard drive will hold 1,000 minutes of sound clips at your touch.
designed for use in radio broadcast automation. Providing 12 play streams that are mixed to 4 balanced stereo outputs and 8 record streams fed from 4 balanced stereo inputs. PCM, MPEG-L2 and MP3 formats with sample rates to 96kHz.
Through acoustic equalization, these headphones mimic the world’s most advanced full-size speakers to deliver exceptional sound. Small, comfortable earcups cradle your ears and surround them in rich, full sound while they lessen outside distractions.
Five hundred square feet total
All campus radio stations will furnish BMI weekly lists of each station’s performance of all musical works. These lists will include information as to whether or not the station’s performances were transmitted over the Internet. The compositions performed will be indicated by title and composer upon written request by BMI with not less than two weeks notice. Such lists need not be furnished for more than two weeks for each contract year.