Marin Krause, MavRadio News Director The University of Nebraska at Omaha featured speaker, Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, in honor of Black History month. Fulton wanted attendees to view the lecture as a dialogue to inspire university students and community members to become active in addressing the problem of racism and inequality found within America society. “Collectively it more »
Cynthia Todd, MavRadio News Director Sometimes all it takes is a little determination and creativity to make a name in music. Jacob Whitesides, a 17-year-old singer-songwriter from Knoxville, Tennessee, took his passion for music to YouTube. Using the website as a platform to reach millions of people, Whitesides went from putting personal spins on covers to creating his own music. more »
The new semester is underway and MavRadio has new music, new shows and is your home for Omaha baseball.
Cynthia Todd, MavRadio News Director Social media has a completely different meaning to Bryan Odell. Odell, a 24-year-old Lincoln native, runs a YouTube channel under the name BryanStars. With over half a million subscribers and over 90 million views, Odell has developed a strong brand and loyal fan base. His videos consist of interviews with alternative bands ranging from A more »
UNO broadcast major Matthew Barros was one of 13 students, from 10 different campuses nationwide, to receive an electronic media scholarship in the Broadcast Education Association’s 2014-2015 competition. Of the 13 recipients, Matthew was awarded one of two $5,000 Abe Voron Scholarships, the BEA’s top scholarships. MavRadio.fm faculty adviser, Jodeane Brownlee, said based on the amount of effort and dedication more »
Cynthia Todd, MavRadio News Director Smoke machines, confetti, flying cake and deafening screams is exactly what to expect at a Hoodie Allen show. Die-hard fans and hundreds of college-aged students gathered to the Sokol Auditorium Saturday night to attend Allen’s “People Keep Talking” tour. Allen said it was the first show to sell out and the energy was definitely in more »
(Omaha)-Fire plumes. Mosh pits. Hydraulic trap sets floating high above the crowd. And masks. Don’t forget those enigmatic masks for which the band is known. Grammy Award-winning Slipknot performed tracks from their latest album “.5: The Gray Chapter” in Omaha Thursday night. It’s the heavy metal band’s first North American tour without bassist Paul Gray, who died of an overdose more »
Listen to Sam Murphy, Marin Krause, and our team of reporters as they broadcast Election 2014 live from the UNO campus at 7PM. Tune in on MavRadio.fm.
(Omaha) — MavRadio’s second annual Haunted Heartland broadcast took place on Tuesday, October 28th. Now, you can listen to this spook-tacular event at your convenience by clicking on each segment below.