Do you know it is time to shower when you hear the weather at 19 past, or it is time to leave for work when you hear the Texoma report at the bottom of the hour? Beginning November 17, you may need to alter your aural cues that have been present for many years.
Effective November 17, 2014 NPR is changing their newsmagazine clocks for Morning Edition, All Things Considered and their weekend counterparts.
Recently, KCCU spoke with Rep. Joe Dorman (D-Rush Springs), Democratic candidate for Oklahoma Governor and House District 65 representative, about his campaign and current legislative efforts. This interview originally aired in two parts and is presented online in its entirety.
KCCU will air live coverage of Oklahoma primary election results on Tuesday, June 24, beginning at 8:00 PM. The coverage will be a simulcast of OETA coverage, with results from contests around the state. KCCU will return to regular programming at 10:00 PM, and will have further coverage of key races on Wednesday, June 25. We hope you'll join us!
KCCU, Cameron University’s public radio station, is now on iTunes RadioSM. KCCU was selected as one of the first 42-public radio station nationwide for the initial product roll-out.
“This is quite an honor,” said Doug Cole, KCCU’s Director of Broadcasting. “I’d like to thank our Chief Engineer, William Shifflett for working closely with NPR Digital Services to make this happen,” Cole said. KCCU is the first public radio station in Oklahoma to be on iTunes Radio!