WSOU - FM 89.5 - South Orange, NJ

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Station History Historical PhotoAlways a vital part of Seton Hall University from the time it signed on the air, WSOU began broadcasting on 89.5 FM on April 14, 1948. The station would never have gotten on the air without the dedication and inspiration of Monsignor Thomas J. Gillhooly, the station’s ... See more first faculty director. Given the assignment by university president Monsignor James Kelly to create a radio station, Monsignor Gillhooly got WSOU up and running in just three months and provided a steady hand during the station’s early days. Assisting Monsignor Gillhooly in building WSOU was the station’s longtime chief engineer Tom Parnham, who helped construct the station and then remained with WSOU. A beloved teacher, mentor, friend and, of course, broadcast engineer, Mr. Parnham worked at WSOU from 1948 until his death in 1994. WSOU’s studios were originally located in the basement of the university’s recreation center. In 1998, the station was moved to a state-of-the-art facility inside a new addition to the recreation center. Since its inception, WSOU has always been a student-run radio station. To this day, students manage the day-to-day operations of the station. Although a noncommercial station, WSOU’s management and staff structure is modeled on commercial radio, which provides students with enriching career-oriented educational experiences. Opportunities for student staff members include on-air hosting (DJ), production, promotion, newscasting, sportscasting, programming, sales and marketing, and engineering. WSOU draws students from all university colleges and programs, including communications, business, biology, education, nursing, sports management and diplomacy. During its 58-year history, WSOU has gone through many changes. But one thing has not change - WSOU remains consistently dedicated to enriching the lives of Seton Hall students while entertaining and enlightening its listening audience.

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I got to film part of the WSOU documentary 'The Pirates of the Airwaves'. There are only a few days left to fund it, so time is ticking! We are working tirelessly to make this documentary the best it can be, but we can't do it without your support. Whether it is via signal boosting, or donation, eve see more... ry bit counts! It is premiering a the Garden State Film Festival in Atlantic City next Sunday, and the perks for donating are pretty awesome! One of them is actually a 3D printed pirate ship radio tuned to WSOU! I had the privilege of shooting some of the film and meeting some amazing bands face to face (Lamb of God, Killswitch Engage...just to name a few). If you've ever rocked out to WSOU, or like any of the bands interviewed on the project Slayer band, Overkill, Clutch!), Please consider supporting it!

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You should listen to WSOU - a College radio station from South Orange, NJ, United States.

April 21, 2010, 11:51 p.m. GMT

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