Wednesday , March 22, 2017 - 6:18 PM
OGDEN — The Weber State University student radio station is going totally digital.
At a meeting Tuesday, March 21, the Weber State Board of Trustees approved selling the station’s FM license.
“The value of this declines every day we wait, so we need to sell,” board member Nolan Karras said.
Profits from the sale will go toward student scholarships.
Haislett said the station’s digital format will allow students to make mistakes and only have it impact their grade instead of getting fined by the FCC.
“This way we can focus on doing podcasts and stuff like that,” she said.
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