WUTC-FM, the public radio station licensed to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, was a winner of a 2013 regional Edward R. Murrow Award for a news documentary. The region includes radio and television stations from Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia. The news documentary, produced by Mary Helen Miller, was titled 'Just Plumb Gone': A Year after the Tornado in Apison, Tennessee. The award-winning radio documentary will be re-run on WUTC 88.1 FM Monday, April 29th at 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. EST.
Bruce and Dolena Livolsi answer calls during WUTC’s recent membership campaign
WUTC 88.1 FM recently wrapped up its spring membership campaign. Thank you to everyone who pledged support for this non-commercial radio station! Also, thank you to all the volunteers who came by the station and answered phones!
Just in time for warm spring weather, WUTC has a cool new tee. Pledge $120 or more in support of WUTC’s news and music programming and pick up on our new honey-colored T-shirt. Please call (423) 425-4756 and make a pledge or do it online.
Support WUTC with a financial pledge of $52 dollars or more and pick up on our cool new premium: public radio tattoos. Your pledge supports the music and news you listen to every day, and your pledge earns you a set of eight different temporary tattoo designs. Call 423-425-4756 for details.
Ira Glass, host of This American Life, is coming to Chattanooga on April 7th for the George T. Hunter Lecture Series. With that in mind, WUTC is having a contest. Tell us your best true story about a road trip and you could win tickets to a special reception with Ira Glass.