Kutztown University Radio (KUR)
SPECIAL PROGRAMMING ... WEEK OF DECEMBER 2nd
Tune in on Tuesday, December 3rd from 2 to 3 p.m. for the final "Kutztown Live" of the semester, KUR's campus and community issues talk radio program. This time around, host Mike Regensburger kicks off the show with representative from the Association of Campus Events (ACE) Juan Rosario to discuss upcoming on-campus programming as we head into the final weeks of the semester. Then, later in the show, it's another edition of "The People Chronicles." "The People Chronicles" is an exciting Berks County project that emphasizes the stories of local individuals. It is the brainchild of Toni Reece, President of the People Academy, and is hosted by local radio personality Jackie Hoffman. This week, Jackie sits down with another stimulating guest. This is one jam-packed "Kutztown Live" you won't want to miss and it all comes your way Tuesday the 3rd from 2 to 3 p.m. Tune in!
INTERESTED IN JOINING KUR?
If you're a KU student, faculty, or staff member, you are eligible to be a part of one of the campus' most exciting media organizations, KUR! Training begins again in the new upcoming spring semester, so join our KUnited page for updates and be sure to attend our weekly mandatory member meetings, every Tuesday at 11 a.m. in LC-113-B. Once you join, you will receive an e-mail explaining what you need to do to be a part of one of KU's most exciting media organizations!
KUR JOINS FORCES WITH "THE PEOPLE CHRONICLES"
KUR has forged ahead with a new relationship with "The People Chronicles," a local project that emphasizes local individuals' stories. Headed up by Toni Reece of the People Academy and hosted by Jackie Hoffman of WRFY Radio in Reading, KUR is the local affiliate of this weekly 20-minute human interest interview segment and it airs every Tuesday between 2 and 3 p.m. during "Kutztown Live." For more information on "The People Chronicles," see what our friends at BCTV, a fellow non-profit community broadcaster, has to say here.
How to listen to KUR
Use your TuneIn App and search for KUR
Call (610) 465-7860. Only charge is any data or voice charge through your service.
Across campus at 1670 AM *
KU Information Channel (KUIC)
Listen on KU's television channel. Find out where KUIC can be found
Use the listen live link above
* KUR can also be heard in a handful of campus buildings at 88.3 FM.