Ten School of Communication students earned a total of seven awards in this year’s national Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts competition. We’d like to thank our families, friends, and UNO faculty and staff for helping us bring Omaha more »
For 18 thousand Eric Church fans, a three-and-a-half hour roof-raising sold out set began with a tribute to Leonard Cohen and ended with a testimony to Church’s loyalty to one of the very cities he claims to have cut his more »
MavRadio/KVNO-FM returned from the Midwest Broadcast Journalists Association conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota. MavRadio/KVNO-FM didn’t come home empty handed – they won eight awards The MBJA awards includes submissions from six states: Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin. more »
Oscar nominated filmmaker Chris Moore visited the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus last week. Moore spoke to students about turning creativity into strong ideas and producing successful films. Moore hit what he considered the “pinnacle” with the 1997 film more »
The Omaha Women’s Basketball team earned their first win over #5 seed South Dakota 64-58. Next step, Western Illinois. Go Mavericks!
For country purists, Florida Georgia Line is more closely related to corn syrup than pure cane sugar. However, those crossover fans that enjoy an occasional mix of country twang and hip-hop bass, the Dig Your Roots tour, that made its more »
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Every place has its history, and Nebraska is no different. Unexplained voices, unidentified apparitions, remote graveyards of a bygone era. Join us on the eeriest Haunted Heartland yet. Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. we’ll send a team of investigators to more »
MavRadio and OMavs are well underway with men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball. Listeners can catch all the home games right here on MavRadio.fm. We’re also broadcasting live on video at Omavs.com. Find out what people are talking about on more »