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Georgia Public Broadcasting begins daytime programming on WRAS 88.5 amid widespread protests

(07/02/14 12:00pm)

Student and alumni efforts to delay or halt the start of Georgia Public Broadcasting over the formerly student-run airwaves of WRAS 88.5 FM have failed, and listeners tuning into the Atlanta station between the hours of 5 a.m. and 7 p.m. will hear talk radio instead of music programming that has been a hallmark of the station since 1971.

After students protest, Georgia State University pushes back start date for deal giving broadcasting network daytime programming hours on WRAS-FM

(06/02/14 12:00pm)

Georgia State University has postponed the start of a deal that will switch WRAS-FM daytime broadcasting to Georgia Public Broadcasting after a nearly month-long protest by student and alumni deejays and supporters.

Station break: Educational broadcasters can get some relief from the FCC -- but only if they let students run the show

(05/19/13 10:36am)

College broadcast stations that commit minor paperwork lapses, such as failure to keep a complete licensure file on-site for public inspection, have been socked with fines as high as $9,000 in recent years -- fines that can exceed the annual operating budget for the entire station.