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.

Exposure 6/26/12

A group of MSU students join us in studio to talk about their journey-turned-documentary “Thrive for Less.” Patrick Ruhlig presents a story about the evolution of dubstep. Senator Rick Jones talks about the ban on synthetic drugs. Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys perform. Jane White from the Human Trafficking Taskforce talks about human trafficking in the state. Michigan Storytelling segment featuring Emily Fox.

 

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MSU Today 6/22/12

Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Spartan alumnus and Detroit entrepreneur Dan Gilbert discuss the importance of Detroit’s renaissance to the revitalization of Michigan’s economy.  On June 14, 2012, Gilbert hosted Simon for “A Conversation” between the two at his Madison Building in Detroit. Sandra Pierce moderated the discussion.  Pete Lasher from MSU University Advancement opens the discussion with the introductions of the participants.  And Russ White talks with representatives of the award-winning and Lansing-based O’Leary Paint Company.

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Video: Maniac – “Hey Love” (Live @ The Impact)

http://youtu.be/d7GIIa82CGU

Maniac cranked out “Hey Love” in our studio recently. we thinkg being in this band would be really, really rad.

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Colin Marshall
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Colin Marshall

Tonight on Exposure

Tune in from 7-8pm to learn how a Detroit recording company is preserving the city’s sound. Also, learn about Start Garden, a Grand Rapids organization that gives millions away to the best ideas in Michigan.

Spartan Sportswrap 6/25/12

This week we welcome Alex and David to the show as the new hosts. During their first week they talk about the NBA playoffs as well as hockey and the MSU baseball teams’ recent draft pickups.

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City Pulse Live 6/20/12

Ted O’Dell, Andy Schor, and Anne Clayton, three candidates for the 68th District House Seat, discuss the race and general politics. We talk to Kyle Melinn of City Pulse about the race for the 68th District House Seat and the protest of the censoring of Lansing Representatives. Rick Pappas, President of Davenport College, calls in to discuss the recent statement that the Lansing campus will not be moving away from the Capitol Building. Berl and co-host Andy Balaskowitz talk about parking in Lansing.

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Exposure 6/19/12

Emily Fox reports on Beehive Recording and the preservation of Detroit’s musical sound. The Anthony Stanco Quartet performs and talks about the East Lansing Summer Solstice Jazz Festival. Paul Moore calls in to talk about his company, Start Garden. Michigan Storytelling segment features Scott Lasser, author of “Say Nice Things About Detroit.”

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MSU Today 6/15/12

Kirk Heinze talks with MSU Museum Director Gary Morgan about the museum’s Echoes of Silent Spring exhibit. Crystal Mountain Resort & Spa CEO Jim MacInnes talks about green initiatives at the renowned resort. Michigan Office of the Great Lakes Director Patty Birkholz discusses issues impacting our Great Lakes.  Russ White talks with representatives of the award-winning and Lansing-based O’Leary Paint Company.

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