Tuesday, July 1, 2014


WRAS (W Radio At State) operates from Georgia State University in Atlanta.  They broadcast with an astounding 100,000 watts--the most powerful student-run college station in the world.  Yesterday, a controversial partnership between the university-owned station and Georgia Public Broadcasting began that had News/Talk programming from NPR and PRI airing during the day instead of music.  Georgia State is looking for an FM translator so that music can still be heard during daylight hours as it has since the early 1970s. 

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