Dan Woods

General Manager

Dan is a 1994 graduate of Southeast Missouri State University. He majored in radio and minored in political science. He spent three of his four years at Southeast working as a student announcer at KRCU – the beginning of his radio career.

After graduation, Dan moved to Savannah, Ga., and worked as the morning announcer for WSVH Public Radio.

In 1996, Dan returned to Cape Girardeau as operations director. He was responsible for supervising all of the announcing staff, daily traffic logs production of local programs and satellite recordings.

In 2002, Dan became general manager – responsible for the overall management of KRCU. His duties include: supervising all full-time staff, project management, grant writing and station development.

During his tenure, KRCU has added a repeater station at 88.9 FM in Farmington, Missouri; secured backup generators for both transmitter sites and the station's studios; relocated the studios to the Serena Building in 2008; successfully converted 88.9 FM to HD (High-Definition) in 2011.

Dan is married, has two children and lives in Jackson, Mo.

Ways to Connect

It's a party that goes awry. It was supposed to be a civilized, elegant evening celebrating the anniversary of Charlie and Myra Brock. (Charlie is the Deputy Mayor of New York).

The Department of Theatre and Dance at Southeast Missouri State University will perform Dr. Kenn Stilson’s original dark comedy “Murphy’s Law” April 25-28, 2013 at the River Campus. The play is filled with humor and violence  -- in soprano-like fashion -- and is set in the suburbs of St. Louis.

Spring into Dance 2013

Apr 18, 2013

Students in Southeast Missouri State University's Department of Theatre and Dance will offer a mix of pieces in "Spring into Dance 2013" including ballet, contemporary movement and they'll incorporate live music from the Department of Music.

Spring Membership Drive

Apr 9, 2013

"Membership Week" is April 10-17 at KRCU.

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The theme this spring is "I AM KRCU." KRCU listeners are determined, witty, smart, knowledgeable and so much more. The goal for the drive is $41,000 and will end as soon as the goal is reached.

Arcadia Valley native and concert pianist Emily Parker will perform the music of Chopin, Haydn, Gershwin and more at Farmington’s Memorial United Methodist Church on Friday, March 22 at 7:00 p.m.

Emily began piano lessons at the age of three and was taught by her grandmother. She studied with her grandmother until her junior year in high school. After graduation, she continued her studies with Dr. James Sifferman at Southeast Missouri State University. Emily has a Master's Degree in Music, which she earned at Northwestern University in Chicago.

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