WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1 has partnered with Trophy Brewing to incorporate local beer and local music into its third annual Radio Ride. WKNC’s Radio Ride to Kick off Raleigh Beer Week is an alleycat-style bike
Doug Flowers, IT manager for DASA Technology Services, received the Award for Excellence at the Division of Academic and Student Affairs end-of-year ceremony April 25 in Talley Student Union. Given annually, the NC State Award
WKNC students and their adviser were honored at the third annual Student Leadership, Engagement and Development (LEAD) Awards Thursday, April 19 at Talley Student Union. “Oak City Move” and Yvonne Chazal received Wolfpack Leadership Challenge
NC State Student Media has scheduled interviews with students who have applied for the top leadership positions at the Technician, WKNC-FM, the Nubian Message, Windhover, Agromeck and the Student Business & Marketing Office. These interviews
WKNC 88.1 FM will hold its 14th annual Double Barrel Benefit concert Friday, Feb. 24 and Saturday, Feb. 25 at Kings in Raleigh. Footwork producer DJ Paypal, a North Carolina native who now lives in
WKNC’s Twitter account reached its 10,000th follower on Dec. 5. The student-run radio station joined Twitter @WKNC881 and launched a Facebook page in February 2009. The Facebook page currently has 8,726 likes.
Student Media Associate Director Jamie Lynn Gilbert begins a three year term as College Broadcasters, Inc.’s treasurer. “College Broadcasters, Inc. is an amazing resource for student-run electronic media outlets across the country and I am honored
WKNC students led three educational sessions at College Broadcasters, Inc.’s fifth annual National Student Electronic Media Convention Oct. 20-22, 2016 in Philadelphia. CBI Philadelphia featured more than 100 breakout sessions and brought nearly 500 students, advisers/managers and
Durham electronic-pop duo Sylvan Esso stopped by the WKNC studio Nov. 17 for a guest DJ set that culminated with the premiere of their new single. “Kick Jump Twist” was released Nov. 18 as the
On Oct. 9, 1966, WKNC switched from an AM to FM radio station. Fifty years later, the station had upgraded to an HD radio signal.