The WHUS Training Program is your path to involvement at WHUS.  There are countless ways to get involved, whether you shine in the spotlight, or prefer behind the scenes work. With a fully equipped on-air studio, several production studios, an extensive music archive, and remote broadcast capabilities, make use of what we have to offer!

If you’re interested in becoming a DJ, producing a music or talk show, broadcasting UConn sports, writing or producing audio journalism, mastering audio production or anything in between, this is the place to start.

To become broadcast certified, sign up for the WHUS Broadcast Training Program (link below), available to all UConn students, faculty, staff, and members of the surrounding communities. While the WHUS training program is open to all, please be aware that we give preference to UConn Storrs undergrads when creating the class roster and  often receive more interest than we can accommodate.

If you don’t want be on the radio, but want to be involved at WHUS, please reach out to generalmanager@whus.org and we’ll connect you!

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What am I getting myself into?

3 weeks of Session per Week – Information will include General WHUS Radio Information, FCC Compliance, and WHUS Policy.

weeks of broadcast mentoring – work with a current DJ to get hands-on experience in the studios.

1 exam on what you learned in class.

1 air-check recorded on WHUS2

 

For more information about the training program contact Dani Wrubel at trainingdirector@whus.org.

 

The Podcast Collective

If you’re interested in making a podcast or learning Adobe Audition, sign up for The Podcast Collective. The Podcast Collective will meet on a weekly basis in Spring 2017. Individuals will learn the skills necessary to make a podcast as well as work collaboratively with fellow podcasters to improve their work. This group gives students or community members the space to meet potential co-hosts, learn as well as teach, and receive constructive feedback. No prior podcasting or radio skills are necessary but a commitment to your individual project is important. For questions contact Ali Oshinskie at talk@whus.org.