Have you ever heard music or voices that fill the campus? All around the campus, you can spot melodic music and friendly voices broadcasting out from small speakers. Although this only lasts for 30 minutes or less, it delivers handy information or interesting stories that gives a break to our busy campus lives. With technical support provided by UBS (University Broadcasting Service), various broadcasting programs lighten up the mood. Free conversation, message delivery, story-telling, informative news and so many more genres of broadcasts will certainly suit one’s preference. Considering the effort of broadcasting program staff members in charge of production, technology and hosting, CAU students should be more concerned to listen up. Let’s look at the details of everyday broadcasting schedules.
UBS Live Broadcast – Today’s Morning: Students attending lectures in early morning may have heard exciting music. Every morning, this radio wakes students drowsily walking on the campus. Besides, it also delivers briefings of recently issued news from news desks and handy weather forecasts.
What should I listen to today?: If you enjoy listening to music, listening to various music of people’s recommendations is a great chance to find great melodies. Since hanging on to accustomed music lists may get make people weary, this broadcast introduces different newly updated music charts and accepts song requests. Why not have a chance to select your new playlist’s music from this broadcast?
Hello Herald: Hello Herald is the one and only English broadcast produced by Chung-Ang Herald. Presently, many exchange students, as well as foreign students, are registered as members of CAU. As it is broadcasted in English, foreign students or students who wish to make improvements in English could get great help. Since it has few restrictions, active recommendation of topics and music will certainly make the broadcasts more interesting. (contact-Kakaotalk Yello ID: cauherald)
Radio Star: Under the theme of “I could be a radio DJ too,” Radio Star casts students of CAU as daily DJs and broadcasts in free conversation styles. Hence, it heightens a sense of intimacy between the broadcasting station and students and allows sincere communication to take place.
Turn on the Movie: Striving to keep pace with re-released movies, this broadcast introduces hidden masterpieces of movies. Through this broadcast, students could recall memories of the past or learn newly about a great film.
Keyword in Music: This broadcast distributes different music under one relevant key word. Under one topic, it does not simply deliver music, but comments on background information and artists of the music being introduced.
Live Broadcast Entertainment TalkTalk: Gossip is very unlikely to be formed without celebrities. Every week, Live Broadcast Entertainment TalkTalk vividly delivers different news of celebrities. After tiring lectures, students could listen without deep consideration.
The Dramatic Radio: Under the designated topic of the week, The Dramatic Radio recommends interesting dramas. Nowadays, drama holds a great amount of influence and this broadcast brings out varied stories that interests and fits the taste of university students. It spotlights happenings that have occurred outside or behind the scenes and even introduces OSTs (original sound tracks).
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If you missed listening to the CAU radio broadcast, visit the UBS homepage (ubs.cauon.net). By clicking Audio<Regular Broadcast, you can easily replay the recorded radio without any time and place restrictions. Sharing your favorite tracks by making a song request will make richer programs. Instead of walking effortlessly around the campus, why not listen to CAU radio channels? CAH hopes members of CAU to actively listen to these broadcasts.