WNYU News is an award winning college radio news department entirely run by students! We give our unique take on the stories that tend to go under the radar of mainstream media.
During the Spring and Fall semesters, the news department goes live with 2 minute news updates at the top of the hour from 10 A.M.-5 P.M. 7 days a week. Tune in for up to the minute information.
Check out WNYU’s News Department blog for information & updates on news programs airing on WNYU, as well as to hear podcasts of previously aired programs. WNYU news programs feature a variety of topics including science & technology, arts & culture, sports, personal relationships & current events making news locally, nationally and internationally.
Citywide is an arts talk show airing every Wednesday from 7:30-8P.M. Each week, your host talks with NYC performers, writers, directors and visual artists. Previous guests on the show have included Geraldine Hughes, who wrote and performed the one-woman show “Belfast Blues” and recently starred in “Rocky Balboa,” Miranda July, who created the movie “Me and You and Everyone We Know,” and Aasif Mandvi, now a Daily Show correspondent, who starred in the controversial and popular political play “Guantanamo: Honor Bound to Defend Freedom.” To contact the producers of this show you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Earshot is a current news show airing every Thursday from 7:30-8P.M. Every week, the hosts and reporters take a closer look inside the news stories and topics that affect our listeners. Previous guests to Earshot have included prominent NYU professor and author Nicholas Economides, gay rights activist and Freedom to Marry founder Evan Wolfson, and City Council Representative Tony Avella. If it affects your world, we’ll bring it all within Earshot. To contact the producers of this show you can email email@example.com.
The Doppler Effect
The Doppler Effect is WNYU’s new science and technology program, focusing on topics in science and technology ranging from fascinating to relevant current events, culture, and student life. The show seeks to reinvigorate interest and love of science and technology topics, with episodes ranging from the fun and light-hearted to more serious issues in the scientific world. To contact the producers of this show you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also available, The Doppler Effect Archives: details about past editions of the program: The Doppler Effect 2011 Blog
From the archives, check out the WNYU News blog for more info on past Citywide, Doppler Effect and Earshot programs.
Former members of WNYU News have gone on to prestigious careers in broadcasting.
Are you an NYU student interested in joining WNYU News?
Are you an alumni student and/or an alumni WNYU staffer and want to contact us?
Have a question of any kind related to the news department?
Email the News Director, email@example.com.
WNYU News, Fall, 2006
Darren Levy, Ben Ancher, Dena Greenbaum, Wendy Tang, Sangwon Yoon
Mike Arroyo, Chris Alden, Stephanie Dax, Inae Oh, Christina Carey, Alana Taylor
Arash Afghahi, Rachel Krantz, Alec Schoenfeld, Kelly Hague, Elie Lowenfeld