The Chattanooga One Small Step Listening Party will feature local participants, audio from the conversations themselves and reflections on the project and process.
Haley Solomon, the faculty adviser of the Perch, with the help of her dedicated students, such as Perch Station Manager Fay Aregai, have rebranded and rebuilt the UTC student radio station after COVID-19 pressed the pause button for this student organization in March 2020.
After 30 years in Cadek Hall, the studios and offices of WUTC-FM/88.1 are now on the seventh floor of the McCallie Building.
Getting WUTC-FM up and running in the first place was no easy task.
The conversations will take place in the UTC PodLab, a student studio for training the next generation of professional podcasters.
10 percent of money raised during WUTC-FM’s recent pledge event went to HCS EdConnect, a partnership between EPB and Hamilton County Schools.
UTC students venture into Chattanooga and find compelling stories.
WUTC-FM 88.1 hopes to raise $10,000.
Chattanooga’s NPR radio station WUTC-FM/88.1 raised three grand for the Chattanooga Area Food Bank
On Tuesday, Sept. 15, each listener to WUTC 88.1 FM has the power to make a difference when Chattanooga’s National Public Radio station will seek the financial support of “listeners like you” during an unprecedented, one-day only pledge drive . “It gets said a lot, but it’s true that we are living through a period…