If you supported WUVT by donating during our Fall 2023 Radiothon, your premiums are ready for pickup! Stop by the Squires Student Center on Virginia Tech's campus during regular business hours to receive our thanks to you for supporting the mission of WUVT. Staffhead office hours are under the Staff Tab section of the website.
On Friday, November 3rd, WUVT Engineering installed and switched to broadcasting via our new Nautel GV5 transmitter to replace our aging transmitter. This new transmitter will allow WUVT to continue broadcasting to the New River Valley at full power for at least 25 years, as well as having improved signal quality and reliability.
Specifically, WUVT wants to thank Josh Arritt, Jon Light, Eric Landgraf, and Jason Purdue for installation, Steve Floyd for investigating, recommending and negotiating a significant discount on behalf of WUVT, and Linda DeVito for coordinating the receipt of the necessary funds. The amount of work all of these individuals have contributed is enormous.
Lastly, WUVT wants to thank our donors and alumni network again for making this happen smoothly in conjunction with our 75th-Anniversary reunion last semester. Thank you for keeping WUVT on the airwaves and College Radio alive.
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Get ready to pose for some pictures and put on the dancing shoes as it is time for WUVT's annual Goth Prom. The fan-favorite event will be filled with amazing music from local artists that are ready to make the night one to remember. Jam with Drook, Dumpster Raccoons and Welp at the Milk Parlor on Monday, April 24. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with the music beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Cover is seven dollars for those 21 and older and 10 dollars for anyone under 21.