WUTC meets fund goal
WUTC FM 88.1, Chattanooga’s source for National Public Radio programming, recently completed its most successful drive in the history of the radio station, raising $140,112.
“I want to take a moment to thank all of our generous supporters who are so important in making public radio work,” said Dr. John McCormack, Station Manager.
New members to WUTC are always welcome to pledge their support. When area businesses partner with WUTC, there are advantages. Learn about the Rewards Card.
WUTC is a 30,000-watt station licensed to The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and operates as an administrative unit of the campus. It was the first digital high definition terrestrial radio station in Chattanooga, and last August the station officially began operating from its new fully digital control room.
With the support of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the station launched CD-quality radio in Spring 2006. HD radio is a new technology that allows FM radio stations to transmit digital messages.
November 10, 2006