Radio Dixie broadcasts two separate radio stations on two different frequencies: 100.3 FM plays classical music and 91.3 FM runs modern and alternative rock. Students are given the opportunity to broadcast live from the studio and from remote locations using the latest professional-grade tools. In addition, Radio Dixie has recording studio capabilities with the latest software tools at students’ disposal. An emphasis in Broadcasting is currently in the approval stage, but students can take radio production courses and have those courses apply to the Media Studies degree. For Media Studies emphasis requirements, click here.
MDIA 2380R — Radio Production Practicum I
MDIA 3380R — Radio Production Practicum II
Both courses are repeatable for credit. MDIA 3380R counts toward emphasis elective credit toward any of the Media Studies Bachelor’s degree emphases. Students in any major and any emphasis are invited to take these courses for credit.
Radio Dixie provides scholarship and tuition reimbursement opportunities for students. Students interested in scholarships can find additional information and a link to the application form here.
Radio Dixie Adviser
Office: Jennings 103