WGLS Station Tour

WGLS Station Tour

WGLS Station Tour

The lobby of the Rowan Radio showcases just some of the hundreds of awards won by the station, as well as yearly collages of WGLS-FM members.

 

The main studio is where all programming originates. The studio houses a mixer board with three microphones, two CD players, a cassette deck, two turntables, an AudioVault automation workstation, an EAS encoder/decoder, as well as all the equipment required for remote broadcasts of Profs Sports.

 

The production studio features the same professional broadcasting equipment as the main studio, with the addition of an Adobe Audition editing workstation and vintage radio gear such as a DAT recorder, cart, and reel-to-reel machines.

 

WGLS-FM has a Conference Talk studio where public affairs show hosts can conduct round table interviews in-person or over the phone.

 

The news studio is a condensed version of the main studio with a smaller mixer board, an AudioVault-RPS workstation, and a Metro Source news terminal/Adobe Audition editing suite.

 

The Raquel A. Bruno Music Library at WGLS-FM has grown over 50 years! It currently contains over 3,000 vinyl records and 5,000 CDs in addition to over 10,000 digital music titles in our automation computer. 

 

The WGLS-FM Traffic Office allows students real-world radio experience in music programming and the scheduling of paid underwriting sponsorships and free public service announcements using industry-standard software such as Marketron Visual Traffic and RCS Selector.

 

In the Jeff "Jeffery Jay" Weber Executive Staff Room, WGLS members can research the songs and artists they play, sample new releases, write news and promo scripts, create sports broadcast schedules and game notes, as well as conduct business with our indie music label representatives, keep up to date with various trade magazines, and collaborate on engaging promotional campaigns for the station. It's also a good place for members to socialize and eat lunch!