WPUM-FM

If you've dreamed of being the next hot D.J. to hit American airwaves, then give it a try at SJC by getting involved with WPUM-FM 93.3, the campus radio station. Primarily an alternative rock station, students also host a number of specialty shows, such as country, all-request, and classic rock programs. The station is broadcast on the Internet and staffed by students from all majors on campus. Freshmen interested in joining WPUM-FM are encouraged to apply for a Performance Scholarship in this area.

See also Mass Communication at SJC

For more information about WPUM-FM, contact:

Sally Berger
Assistant Professor of Communication & WPUM-FM Moderator
219.866.6211
sallyn@saintjoe.edu

 

WPUM DJ Bios

WPUM Airshift Schedule

  MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
7am             Faculty Fine Arts
8am Jennie Weer Logan James  Jennie Weer  Logan James     Faculty Fine Arts
9am Lindsey Werking Megan Hetzel  Lindsey Werking Megan Hetzel  Lindsey Werking   Faculty Fine Arts
10am Matt Foy Hannah Wallace Matt Foy Hannah Wallace Lindsey Werking Reid Brazel Faculty Fine Arts
11am Amanda Rousseau   Amanda Rousseau    Amanda Rousseau Reid Brazel Faculty Fine Arts
NOON Matt Foy   Megan Hetzel     Reid Brazel Jefferson Rollings
1pm Megan Atwood Megan Atwood  "Classics with Chloe" Megan Atwood     Jefferson Rollings
2pm Rebecca Jones  Corie Young Jennie Weer  Lindsey Werking Rebecca Jones   Rebecca Jones
3pm Logan James Katie Davisson Alycia Tassone "It's a Boy Girl Thing" - Jessica & Alycia      
4pm Cathy Butler Katie Davisson Cathy Butler "It's a Boy Girl Thing" - Jessica & Alycia    
 
5pm  Chloe Broeker Katie Davisson   Lindsey Werking      
6pm Chris Pullins   Chris Pullins   Patrick McElwain Patrick McElwain Patrick McElwain 
7pm Chris Pullins Corie Young Chris Pullins     "House of Rock"  
8pm Chris Pullins Cathy Butler Chris Pullins     "House of Rock"   
9pm-12am           "House of Rock"   


 


 

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