College Radio: Still relevant today?

How is college radio remaining relevant?

We share playlists on Spotify. We stream albums from Pitchfork. We create our own stations on Pandora. With all these new ways to discover new music, is college radio still a relevant medium?

Turns out some college stations are fighting to stay ahead of the curve and continue to lead the music industry in innovation. In this piece our Music Director Jesse Wiza talks with Thor Slaughter of KWVA, Erin Ginty of EMI Records, and Bryan VanGelder of CBS Interactive Music Group to find out what’s going on left of the dial.

5 Responses to College Radio: Still relevant today?
  1. Kali Root (@mskiwifruit) Reply

    College Radio: still relevant today?: How is college radio remaining relevant? Music Director… http://t.co/MSDjrpjo (via @WDBM) #radio

  2. Kali Root (@mskiwifruit) Reply

    Okay. Mad props to @JesseWiza of @WDBM. This is a great piece. ~> College #Radio: still relevant today?: http://t.co/6xzoo5j7 #broadcast

  3. Jesse (@JesseWiza) Reply

    Here’s my radio story on what college radio is doing to stay relevant: http://t.co/yuXSycBY

  4. Marina Csomor (@MarinaCsomor) Reply

    College stations are often the innovators. Love the story @JesseWiza! RT What college radio is doing to stay relevant: http://t.co/obWOFrzt

  5. Bryan VanGelder (@bryanvangelder) Reply

    College Radio: still relevant today?: http://t.co/XsKnaGQv

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