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From the Manager's Desk, I'm Dan Woods.

Diane Rehm will be stepping away from the microphone at the end of the year. Below are answers to some of the questions you may have about the end of The Diane Rehm Show and the beginning of its replacement, 1A . If you have any additional questions, please contact us at comments@krcu.or g.

Is Diane Rehm Retiring?
Diane has decided to step away from the microphone after nearly 40 years as the host of a daily radio...

KRCU is delighted to offer a series of programs perfect for the holiday season.

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Friday, December 2
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1:00 p.m.
Christmas with Morehouse and Spelman Glee Clubs
One of the great holiday traditions in America, the choirs of Morehouse and Spelman Colleges -- two of the most prestigious historically black institutions in the nation -- get together to present a spine-tingling concert...

"The Frequency" - September 2016

Sep 28, 2016

NPR's Rachel Martin will be leaving weekends and joining Steve Inskeep and David Greene on Morning Edition later this year. Read more in this edition of "The Frequency," KRCU's e-newsletter .

Movin' On Up with RDS

Dec 3, 2015

KRCU recently installed new equipment that allows stations to insert small bits of information into their transmission signal. The system is called RDS (Radio Data System). One thing to remember is that some radios aren’t set up to display RDS data. So if you don’t see the extra characters, your radio probably doesn’t display it.

We installed the system at the 90.9 FM transmitter site in September and the 88.9 FM site in October. This is just another way to let listeners know...

Jason Brown

There’s a structure to what you hear on KRCU that’s about to change. Each show on the station is governed by a “clock.” These graphical representations of each hour lay out what happens in a program and when.

Whether it’s a newscast, a promotion for what is coming up later in the show, or a regular segment such as Marketplace Morning Report , it all happens at a precise time according to the clock. This clock is how we coordinate between hosts that are in NPR’s studios in...

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