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


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.


Ryan Graveface Records Promo
Sam and Dave Promo
Featuring Sam Moore and Dave Prater of Sam and Dave., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Saturday jazz show promo
Shellshock Hardcore Promo
Featuring Hatchboy of Shellshock., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
SKA show promo
Spencer Bohren Promo
Promo with Spencer Bohren., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Stage to screen promo
Streetlife Astral Plane Meet Head On Promo
Studio B Manual 1st edition
15 page manual on how to use Studio B., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Studio B Manual 2nd edition
15 page revised manual on how to use Studio B. Revised by Patty Dannemiller., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Techno Show Intro
Time Warp
Times-Picayune Cheezmuzik Article
Article in the Times-Picayune about Cheezmuzik, Scott Smith's New Age early Sunday morning radio show on WTUL., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Toolbox Promo 1
Promo for WTUL's live broadcast show from Tipitina's., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Tulane Medical Center aids
Doctor talking about pediatric aids study., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Tulane medical center cancer
Doctor talking about cancer - by Laura Mansfield., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Tulane medical center garlic
Doctor talking about the benfits of garlic., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Tulane medical center snuff
Doctor talking about smokeless tobacco., digitallibrary@tulane.edu