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About WCCU

WCCU Radio is an internet radio station run by students of Coastal Carolina University. It is located on the 3rd floor of Brittain Hall, and operates under the University’s Department of Communication, Media, and CultureStudents perform their own shows in a variety of formats including music, talk, and sports. Live student shows typically run between 8 a.m. and midnight. We have student DJs from all majors. All students and organizations are welcome to have their own shows.

The station offers experiential learning in several aspects of broadcasting including etnertainment, programming, marketing, and on-air performance.  Students create and broadcast their own shows under the guidance and supervision of experienced student managers and faculty advisors.

We encourage diversity and want our shows to represent the interests of our campus and community. Because it is an internet radio station WCCU is not bound by the regulations of the Federal Communications Commission, but the station does use those regulations as a guide for operations. WCCU operates in the public interest, and is responsive to the needs of the college and the local community.

WCCU Managers

Station Manager
Wyatt Davies
wjdavies@g.coastal.edu

Business Manager
Hope Smith
hnsmith@g.coastal.edu

Program Manager
Nate Dyer
nddyer@g.coastal.edu

 

Faculty Advisor

Kim Schumacher is a Lecturer of Interactive Journalism for the Department of Communication at Coastal Carolina University. She earned her MA in Communication from Syracuse University, and a BA from the State University of New York at Oswego.

Her career has spanned professional Television News Reporting for nearly 20 years. Most recently, she spent over 8 years as a General Assignment Reporter for WRIC-TV 8, the ABC affiliate in Richmond, VA. While reporting there she covered several national stories including the 2007 Virginia Tech Massacre, 2011 Virginia Tech Murder/Suicide, the Michael Vick Dogfighting cases (federal and state), and a visit of Queen Elizabeth II. Prior to Richmond, Kim spent over 6 years as a General Assignment Reporter for WBTW-News13, the CBS affiliate in Myrtle Beach, SC. Early in her career, she was a General Assignment Reporter for WNEG-TV, the CBS affiliate in Toccoa, GA and NewsChannel 6, a cable station in Wappingers Falls, NY. Kim has also been an Anchor, Reporter and News Director for commercial radio stations in NY and GA.

Contact: kschumach@coastal.edu