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Weber State's KWCR offers new programs

Published October 26, 2012 11:14 am
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KWCR has teamed up with Nurture the Creative Mind, Youth Impact, Ogden OUTreach resource center, and other youth programs to bring the new radio porgam "Youth Radio: Voice of the Future NOW."

The show airs live every Wednesday evening from 5 to 6 p.m on 88.1FM and streaming to the world at www.881weberfm.org.KWCR is a completely student-run radio station on the campus of Weber State University with a stated mission of reaching out to the community and students by providing quality non-commercial, educational, cultural, and musicalFM radio programming in the public interest, convenience and necessity for the citizens of Northern Utah all while acting as a training ground for WSU students.students & giving them necessary skills and experience to become an.KWCR has also just added Spanish programming back into their line-up on Wednesdays from 3 to 4 p.m. with "El Grito De La Prosperidad."




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