The WESU community pledge drive offers listeners the opportunity to put their money where their ears are, tuned that is! WESU depends on listener support to operate. Please support radio that matters with a donation today!
We’ve brought back an awesome vintage WESU T-shirt design (circa 1990’s) that we are happy to offer as a thank you gift! For the first time, we’re also offering a baseball cap too! Check out these premiums and make your donation at www.wesufm.org/pledge
It took a while, but we did it! Thanks to the awesome folks who chipped in to help keep free form radio alive and well at WESU, during our Fall/Winter Pledge Drive! Here’s to a great 2016 for all!
October 18th brings the return of the WESU Fall Community record Fair. This popular event is free and open to the public and will be open for business from 11am – 4pm! The show features dozens of vendors from CT, MA, NY, and beyond, selling new and used music in all formats. Plus WESU DJs will be spinning vinyl live all day long! Have some records to donate for WESU to sell? Call 860-685-7707. Vendor space is sold out.
This event will take place at Wesleyan University (Beckham Hall, 55 Wyllys Avenue Middletown, CT).
Summers’s almost over and that means the WESU Fall program is right around the corner. On Monday Sept 7th WESU will welcome about 100 student DJs back to the mix and kick off our Fall program season. Stay tuned for more awesome community radio at WESU.
WESU will again be off air, temporarily, on Monday August 10th, starting at 6:30 am through the end of the work day (5:30 pm). The rooftop at Wesleyan’s science center, where our antenna is located. The WESU antenna will be shut down to ensure worker safety. We are hopeful that this will be the final disruption of service during this project.
While our FM broadcast is down, listeners can still find all of our regularly scheduled programming broadcast live through our website, www.WESUFM.org. At our website, you can also find audio archives of any program for up to two weeks after its original broadcast!
We appreciate your patience during this outage!
It’s that time of year again — the Annual WESU Spring Pledge Drive is back in an effort to support another community driven radio season! However, this pledge drive is different than any other that we have conducted over the past 10 years. This pledge drive will close out a capital campaign that started at the beginning of 2014, when we kicked off WESU’s landmark 75th anniversary year. Meeting our pledge goal this spring will enable us to utilize funds raised in this capital campaign towards a few different studio updates — which include: a new audio mixing console in our air studio, technical improvements that will strengthen our infrastructure, and equipment to better accommodate live in-studio performances and group discussions. Additionally, we might be able to purchase equipment that will enable WESU to broadcast from remote locations.
Following our successful and exhilarating 75th anniversary year, we hope we can again count on you to help us keep the momentum going this spring as we bring a close to our capital campaign. We are pleased to offer two awesome new T-shirt designs, as well as some changes to our online giving system that we hope will improve your donation experience. Thanks again for your past support of WESU. You are part of a relatively small but very important group of listeners who collectively ensure WESU remains a resource for all. You can donate here at www.wesufm.org/pledge or by sending your check to WESU Radio, 45 Broad St, 2nd fl, Middletown, CT 06457.
With dozens of vendors from throughout New England and the Tri-State area selling new and used music in all shapes and forms, the WESU community record fair has become a cherished tradition, attracting a diverse crowd of new and old record collectors.
With over twenty vendors booked so far, each offering their own unique mix of genres and formats, there’s surely something for every type of collector! In addition to records, you’re likely to find new and used CDs for sale, as well as music-related apparel, books, and more. Plus WESU merchandise, of course!
The WESU record fair is located in Beckham Hall, a large room on Wesleyan’s campus filled with natural light and home to a great sound system. WESU DJs will be spinning records live throughout the day to inspire your crate digging. So come on out in search of that one record you’ve been hunting for and support your favorite listener supported community radio station in the process!
Beckham Hall is located on the campus of Wesleyan University at 55 Wyllys Avenue Middletown, CT 06457 – directly across from the admissions office parking lot.
There are still a few vendor spots left, but they’re going fast!!
Contact Lee Berman (email@example.com) for vending information.