Get involved with WSYC


Interested in music, news or having a lot of fun? Then WSYC is the group for you.

WSYC is Shippensburg University’s radio station, providing students with an avenue to display talents in broadcasting.

Offering music, news and sports news, there is something for everyone to get involved with.

There are even opportunities for students to create their own radio programs about various topics for the campus to enjoy.

Whether you enjoy indie artists, the latest in pop or just some of the classics from a different era, you can develop and host a show.

However, it is not just the college community that gets to enjoy your work.

The world can listen to the SU station because it is offered online and through a WSYC app for iPhone and Android.

“We are constantly in the Shippensburg community raising awareness about it,” news director James Holliday said.

“We can offer training in audio editing. We can give you real world experience in creating news stories.”

Students involved in WSYC can also record and edit interviews they conduct. They can talk to students or interview visiting acts that come to perform at the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on campus.

Sports Director Matt Atwell said, “WSYC is the only student media that covers away games. We do a great job. I want the kids that go on the air to have their voices heard.”

If you are interested in joining WSYC or just tuning in for a listen, visit http://clubs.ship.edu/WSYC/ to learn more.


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