Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Streaming online: alternative sounds from KSCL fm, 91.3, Centenary College radio, Shreveport

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KSCL 91.3 FM, Centenary College Radio, is now streaming online and can be heard world wide at www.kscl.fm, says Casey McBeath. Tues night DJ Chris Brown said, "I've heard from friends of mine in Little Rock, San Francisco and Baton Rouge who have been able to tune in to my weekly show, Romp & Stomp."

Get the listener link at www.kscl.fm.

KSCl slipped onto the air in 1976 with a total range of 2 miles, says media prof Michael Laffey. Since then the station has seen numerous upgrades, including the 1988 transition to stereo and the 2006 shout-up to 2,100 watts of transmitting power, allowing most of the Shreveport-Bossier area to tune in.

The station broadcasts 24 hours a day and prides itself on being dedicated to community events and alternative music, from college rock and jazz to local and regional music.

KSCL is a student-run radio station, sys McBeath. The DJs are all volunteers, and the governing positions are filled by students.
The number to call with requests and epiphanies is 318 869 5297. Remember, though, that it's a small shop and there's no guarantee that someone can leap to field your call.

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