Chattanooga, TN – WUTC-FM 88.1 is now offering a radio management class for college course credit. The class, listed at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, is Communication 400 (Radio Operations). The course will be taught by the radio station's management, and will provide insight into radio's management, programming, and production. It will meet on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5:30 to 7:30PM (Eastern Time), January 9 - April 24.

To inquire about attending this course, call the admissions office of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, at (423) 425-4662.

Chattanooga, TN – 5 Most Requested Albums
November 10 - November 16

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1) Eric Clapton - One More Car, One More Rider

2) Leo Kottke/Mike Gordon - Clone

3) Kim Richey - Rise

4) Feel - (self titled)

5) Hayden - Skyscraper National Park

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A two-part special, George Harrison: An Appreciation, will air as a Free Lunch on the week of November, 24, right here on WUTC.

Join us on Tuesday, Nov. 19th and Thursday, Nov. 21st at 12noon, to hear Pual McCartney's new double live album: Back In The U.S., in its entirety.

Chattanooga, TN – Join us on Tuesday, November 19th and Thursday, November 21st to hear Paul McCartney's New Album: Back In The U.S., in it's entirety. The album is a collection of the best performances from Paul's summer tour of the states, where he sings numerous Beatles' and Wings songs.

Chattanooga, TN – WUTC is occasionally in need of equipment or supplies that are not broadcast oriented. We do not spend money raised during our pledge drives on non-broadcast oriented equipment. We instead rely on our listeners to help out when and where they can.

Chattanooga, TN – In order for us to offer our web-streaming service to our listeners, we need to secure funds to cover the maintenance and bandwidth overage costs. For a monthly gift of $500, we have extended term spaces available on our web pages for your business. If you would like to support WUTC's website, please call LaWaunda January or Ken Dryden at (423)425-4756 or by e-mail:

ken-dryden@utc.edu
(Development Director)

lawaunda-january@utc.edu (Development Assistant)

Chattanooga, TN – These were the top 5 most requested albums for the week of November 3rd:

1) A Great Night In Harlem (Various Artists)

2) Alison Krauss + Union Station - Live

3) Ramsay Midwood - Shootout at the OK Chinese Restaurant

4) Charlie Christian - Original Genius of the Guitar

5) Laura Cantrell - When the Roses Bloom Again

Cindy Pinion hosts the Voices From Home: Bluegrass Edition the first Monday of each month at 8:00PM.

Chattanooga, TN – Cindy Pinion, host of the Bluegrass Edition of Voices From Home, grew up surrounded by bluegrass. Her father was Thomas "Boxcar" Pinion, noted upright bass player for the local band The Grasscutters.

Chattanooga, TN –
Picking the Winning Horse
Or
Premonitions of Artistic Grandeur

Dr. McCormack asked me to compile a list of artists I have listened to, and enjoyed, over the brief time I have produced The American Music Hour for WUTC. Oh, the perils of expressing one's opinion publicly. None the less and only trying to help, I give you my new favorites:

Chattanooga, TN – Voices From Home is WUTC's weekly showcase for regional artists and locally recorded live music. The show on Monday, November 11th, will feature two local performers.

WUTC intern Ashley Tipper will feature an interview with Native American Jamie Russell. Following Ashley's interview, Ben Edwards will feature the music of the new local band Andrea Doria.

This episode of Voices From Home will air on Monday, November 11th at 8:00PM, right here on NPR/Music 88.

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