General Manager (GM)
Phil Westcott
Program Director
Dan Spaventa
Technical Director
Valentine Monfeuga
Business Manager
Rebecca Evans
Production Director
Nicholas J. Schafran
Public Relations Coordinator
Brain Kerins
Public Affairs
Austin Blumenfeld
Music Departments
Pop, Loud Rock, Heritage, Space/RPM, Jazz, Folk, Classical, Radio Patria, Radio Theatre
Other Departments
News, Public Affairs, Sports
– An average person, applying contemporary community standards, must find that the material as a whole, appeals to the prurient interest.
– The material must depict or describe, in a patently offensive way, sexual conduct specifically defined by applicable law; and
– The materical, taken as whole, must lack serious Literary, Artistic, Political, or Scientific Value
“Including language so grossly offensive to members of the public who actually hear it as to amount to a nuisance.”
“Language or materical that, in context, depicts or describes, in terms patently offensive as measured by contemporary community standards for the broadcast medium, sexual or excretory organs or activities.
(Potty humor and mild sexual discussion)
Profane words
Fuck, Shit, Cunt, Cocksucker, Asshole, and variants thereof
Example of SI
WHRW 90.5FM Binghamton
Carts needed every hour
PSA, Promo, and ANC-Feedback
(SI +-5 mins on the hour)
Public Service Announcements
General announcements to benefit the well being of our audience
Promotions (Promos)
Promote specific events we would like to make our listener-ship aware of.
Feedback Cart (+Phone# and email)
Tell the listeners to give feedback.
(607) 484-7905
[email protected]
Things to warn callers about
Advertising, Calls to Action, Political Support, Slander & Invasion of Privacy
Going from 2400 – 0000? Or one page to another? What do you do with logs?
Sign out on one sheet, and in on the next.
What time to regularly take tech readings.
20 minutes after every even hour
Turning the transmitter on
Setup sign on cart.
Turn on transmitter.
Take tech logs.
Enter time turned on in Carrier Logs “Carrier On”
Starting Automation
End show, sign out of logs.
Start a new show: “Automation – E/Rec”
Engineer on Duty – Automation ON
Tech logs – log out
Engineer on duty – Automation ON
Notes and Carrier Interruptions – Automation On
Turning off Automation
End show, sign out of Automation.
Start a new show: “Show name E/Rec”
Engineer on Duty – Automation OFF
Tech logs – Automation OFF
Engineer on duty – New show
Notes and Carrier Interruptions – Automation Off
Modifying Transmitter Parameters to log
Entering Low Drive, High Drive, Tower Light Failure
All times to take RCU readings
Before and after station on/off
5 minutes after transmitter is turned on
20 minutes after every even hour
Immediately after raising or lowering power
30 minutes after sunset
Turning the Station on
Open station, turn on lights.
Turn on the power conditioners
Check for all boards on PGM, monitoring PGM
Call RCU, 202#. “Carrier on”
Log readings
Broadcast “Sign On” cart
5 mins later – Take readings again
Turning the Station off
Sign off cart
Turn off, pot down
Wait 30 seconds
Call RCU, log readings
Turn off power conditioners
clean up
Make sure all doors are closed
Turn off all lights and close the main door behind you.
Lowering Drive – (Got a call from a worker)
Get info how to reach them
Call UPD and ask if it’s true
RCU 203*
Call the worker back
Log name of worker and time
Tape a note to warn future DJs
Back to High Drive
RCU 203#
Wait 50 secs
Readings. Log High drive
Remove notes about low drive
Locked out?
Call request line 2137, or business 2139
Contact the student manager above
UU Office
UPD office