By: Cynthia Todd
By: Cynthia Todd
An all-new year is taking shape for college radio on the UNO campus. MavRadio.fm is amped up to announce its new staff line-up. We plan to raise the roof with new music, local news, gritty production and D1 sports calling. Listen, and help us become Omaha’s premier college radio station. General Manager: Matthew Barros Operations Manager: JR Kantor Program Director: Jordan Stratman more »
Marin Krause, News Director Click here for a story on the first seat being installed at the new UNO/Community Arena.
MavRadio has another special program lined up for you today! Listen in as our Radio II students bring you an Earth Day Special. Plenty of information on how you can help the environment and much more! Listen today from 12:30-2:00 on MavRadio.fm or by downloading the Tune-In App!
Students of Radio/Audio 2 worked all semester for this event. Hosted in collaboration with the Business Ethics Alliance and the Scottish Rite, the production put citizen journalism on trial. Our reporters delved into current trends and ethical dilemmas faced by journalists and bloggers. Is Matt Drudge a journalist? Should the fabrication of facts end the career of TV news anchor more »
MavRadio is shipped up to Boston to provide live coverage of the Mavericks at the Frozen Four. See photos and stats right from the ice on the MavRadio Frozen Four live blog! CLICK HERE FOR MAVRADIO FROZEN FOUR COVERAGE
Ryan Matheny, General Manager (Omaha) — Omaha’s bats erupted for 17 runs and 17 hits to wrap up a series victory 17-8 over Western Illinois on Sunday afternoon at the Ballpark at Boys Town.. The Mavericks got a solid outing from starter Zach Williamsen (4-4) who picked up the win, throwing 6.0 innings and notching a career-high nine strikeouts. “For more »
Ryan Matheny, General Manager (Omaha) — The Omaha Mavericks dropped game two of their weekend set with Western Illinois on Saturday, falling 8-4 despite a late rally. Western Illinois starter Tom Constand (2-4) delivered an excellent start on the mound, as he didn’t surrender a run over 7.0 innings of work that saw him fan seven Maverick hitters. After the more »
Ryan Matheny, General Manager (Omaha) – The Omaha stopped their four-game losing streak in game one of a weekend set against Western Illinois, dropping the Leathernecks 4-1. Omaha got a fantastic start from Junior Tyler Fox (4-2), who threw 7.0 innings and allowed just one run with six strikeouts. “I was just trying to get ahead of hitters, like we more »