WKNC’s Laura Mooney interviews the owners of five of Raleigh’s most prominent music venues who have co-created a fundraising campaign to pay staff during closures.
Author: Jamie Lynn Gilbert
WKNC’s South Asian music program Geet Bazaar has brought the music of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and beyond to the Triangle for more than two decades. Hosts Afroz Taj and John Caldwell recently visited WUNC to speak with Frank Stasio on the program “The State of Things.”
Student-run radio station WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1/HD-2 is featured in the “Then & Now” section of the winter 2018 NC State alumni magazine.
Join “State of Sound: Stories” for a conversation with Conlon about WKNC, broadcasting and being an integral and influential part of the world of music without playing instruments or writing songs.
Night one starts with Das Drip, Real Dad, Max Gowan and headliner Kate Rhudy. Moon Racer kicks off night two, following with Housefire, M8alla, and headliner Young Bull.
WKNC 88.1 FM will host an interest meeting for new DJs on Wednesday, Jan. 9 from 6-7 p.m. in 201 Witherspoon Student Center.
WKNC DJ Ciera Cipriani earned top recognition Oct. 30 in the 2018 Three Minute Thesis competition, sponsored by the NC State Graduate School.
WKNC took home five awards at the Associated Collegiate Press and College Media Association Fall National College Media Convention Oct. 25-28 in Louisville, Ky.
WKNC General Manager Jules Conlon and Promotions Director Annelise Thorn received NC State Undergraduate Research Travel Grants to lead sessions at the College Broadcasters, Inc. National Student Electronic Media Convention Oct. 25-27 in Seattle.