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REV 89

Colorado State University-Pueblo students broadcasting live for REV 89

Rev89 is a non-commercial educational radio station licensed by the FCC that functions as a laboratory tool for students of the mass communications department. Rev89 has been serving the Southern Colorado region since 1970. Student manager positions may be awarded each semester to qualified students.

The Rev89 lab allows students to experience working for a professional radio station in an educational environment. Students are able to record and edit audio, learn the basics of audio production, record newscasts, produce public affairs and sports shows, cut live breaks during their on-air shift or at live remote broadcasts, and understand the process of radio programming and music selection.

Rev LogoRev89 generates revenue from local underwriters throughout Pueblo. For underwriting information, please call 719.549.2514

Students will learn how to operate the master control room (Arakis boards), Adobe Audition and the radio’s automation system - WideOrbit and Powergold.

*The pre-requisite requirements for media labs are as follows: students must be declared MCCNM majors or minors, be in their junior or senior year, or receive permission from the instructor. Students must take Radio Operations 140 (or transfer an equivalent class) before enrolling in the media lab.

Shot of three students in online, in person, and hybrid learning formats.

Get Ready for Fall 2020

Cross-campus plans have been developed that allow for in-person, hybrid, and online class experiences that will help you to tailor your schedule in a flexible way that meets your personal needs.

Mass Communications and Center for New Media

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