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WCCU Radio

WCCU Radio is student-run radio station at Coastal Carolina University providing timely, fresh, and student-drive content. It is located at 301 Brittain Hall and operates under the Department of Communication, Media, & Culture. Students from all majors perform their own shows in a variety of formats, including music, talk, and sports. Live shows run between 8 a.m. and midnight.

 

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WCCU Radio is student-run radio station at Coastal Carolina University providing timely, fresh, and student-drive content. It is located at 301 Brittain Hall and operates under the Department of Communication, Media, & Culture. Students from all majors perform their own shows in a variety of formats, including music, talk, and sports. Live shows run between 8 a.m. and midnight.

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. All students and organizations are welcome to have their own shows.

We encourage diversity in our content 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 university and the local community.

WCCU Managers

Station Manager
JP Kinney
jkinney@coastal.edu

News Director
Jensen G. Smith
jgsmith2@coastal.edu

Program Manager
TJ O'Sullivan
tjosulli@coastal.edu

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Jeffrey Ranta is the creator and architect of the award-winning, student-run communications firm, The Carolina Agency, students under Ranta's 12 years of leadership have earned several national championships in public relations and business communications including the highly-competitive Bateman Competition. His current research interests include communicating alternative energy solutions, green marketing/greenwashing and fostering professional self-efficacy via the student-run agency. He is a contributing author to several textbooks on student-run agencies and authored multiple articles on marine fishkeeping, public relations pedagogy and communications executive management. 
jranta@coastal.edu