WTUL - a collection from Tulane University's independent radio station

Description

WTUL is a progressive/alternative FM radio outlet in New Orleans, Louisiana, operating at 91.5 MHz. The station, operated primarily by students of Tulane University since 1962, offers a mix of cutting-edge progressive, electronica, classical, New Age, straight ahead jazz, folk, blues Latin, world reggae, show tunes, kid's show and an eclectic mix of a variety of genres. On air since 1959, this collection contains a wide range of the station's and Tulane University's history as seen through the perspective of students and music. Much of this material, including Vox publications, event flyers, selected playlists, DJ schedules, audio recorded interviews and other WTUL produced audio content, FCC documentation, station promos and more from the station's birth in 1959 to the present.

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WTUL 11th Annual Rock-On Survival Marathon Ad in Tulane Torch
"Noon March 13 - Noon March 16 on the Tulane Quad; WTUL 11th Annual Rock-On! Survival Marathon; 91.5 FM; New Orleans' Progressive Leader; Friday 3:00 Deacon John, 5:00 the new Meters; Saturday 12:00 the Uptights, 1:15 the Cold, 3:15 the Radiators, 5:30 Gatemouth Brown; Sunday 2:30 Lil' Queenie & the Percolators, 4:30 George Porter's Joyride; 3 DJ's pulling 24 hour shifts; help commercial free radio stay on the air; send in your pledge; 865-6210 or 865-6135"", with a Miller High Life logo at the bottom of the ad., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL 19th Annual Rock-On Survival Marathon
This is the guide to the 19th Annual Rock-On Survival Marathon. Vox Humana is the official publication of WTUL, digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL 91.5 FM Stereo T-Shirt
"WTUL 91.5 FM Stereo New Orleans" in white on a dark blue T-Shirt. 2nd page is detail of t-shirt., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL 91.5fm, Carpark Records, New Orleans
A WTUL collaged event poster that reads: "WTUL 91.5fm, Carpark Records, New Orleans, Round Robin @ Mcwilliams Hall on Tulane's Campus, Theater Lab Room 104, $5, 7PM, Wednesday, March 14th; with: Dan Deacon, Santa Das, Video Hippos, W2T Hearts, Ecstatic Sunshine, Blood Baby, Butt Stomach, and Lexie Mountain Boys.", digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL 9th Annual Rock-On Survival Marathon Ad in Hullabaloo
A man with long hair holding up a planet with the WTUL logo overlaid and the sun coming out of the W of the logo with clouds circling the image; "9th Annual Rock-On Survival Marathon; Noon Fri Mar 23 - Noon Mon Mar 26; WTUL 91.5 Dolby FM; featuring "Asleep at the Wheel"; FREE Live Concert Sat Mar 24 2:30 pm UC Quad; Help support non-commercial radio with your tax-deductable purchases and donations.", digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL 9th Annual Rock-On Survival Marathon Poster
A man with long hair holding up a planet with the WTUL logo overlaid and the sun coming out of the W of the logo with clouds circling the image; "9th Annual Rock-On Survival Marathon; Noon Fri Mar 23 - Noon Mon Mar 26; WTUL 91.5 Dolby FM; featuring Asleep at the Wheel"; FREE Live Concert Sat Mar 24 2:30 pm UC Quad.", digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL and an Idea Like no Other Present...Peachcake + Promis
A copy of a WTUL event poster that reads: "WTUL and an Idea Like no Other Present...Peachcake + Promis; Tuesday 31 May 2005; Show is strictly between 4 and 6pm; Come Late = Miss Music; Free - Donations for Touring Bands; WTUL; 91.5 * www.wtul.fm; Progressive Radio." The poster includes an illustration of a joystick., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL Calendar 1981
WTUL Calendar with pictures of musicians (many from New Orleans) for each month and famous people's birthdays on each day along with general holidays, digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL Classical Listener's Guide
A guide to WTUL's Classical programming and related events for December 13th-25th, 1987., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL Classical Listeners' Guide
A guide to WTUL's Classical programming, and related events for August - September, 1991., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL Classical Listeners' Guide
A guide to WTUL's Classical programming, related events, and features for November, 1989. Features regarding "The Greatest Living Composer - a survey of opinion," Johann Sebastian Bach, Cesar Cui, and Giuseppe Verdi., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL Classical Listener's Guide
A guide to WTUL's Classical programming and related events for October 18th-30th, 1987., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL Classical Listener's Guide
A guide to WTUL's Classical programming and related events for November 1st-13th, 1987., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL Classical Listeners' Guide
A guide to WTUL's Classical programming, related events, and features for October, 1990. Features regarding the Loyola Guild of Artists, Microtonoal Keyboard Works, and African-American Composers., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL Classical Listener's Guide
A guide to WTUL's Classical programming and related events for January 31 - February 12th, 1988., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL Classical Listener's Guide
A guide to WTUL's Classical programming and related events for October 4th-16th, 1987., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL Classical Listener's Guide
A guide to WTUL's Classical programming and related events for February 14th-26th, 1988., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL Classical Listeners' Guide
A guide to WTUL's Classical programming, related events, and features for September, 1989. Features regarding The Castrati, Francois Couperin, Stephen Dankner, Francesco Gemiani, and Louis Gottschalk., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL Classical Listeners' Guide
A guide to WTUL's Classical programming, related events, and features for November, 1989. Features regarding the Tulane University Orchestra, and "A Long-Lost Era: A Half-Century of American Music by the East Coast School, 1880's-1920's.", digitallibrary@tulane.edu
WTUL Classical Listener's Guide
A guide to WTUL's Classical programming and related events for November 15th-27th, 1987., digitallibrary@tulane.edu

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