Real college radio is now available anywhere you can use your cell phone. The Rogers State University Mobile App now features live streaming of RSU Radio.
Whether it’s at the gym, studying or on the road outside of the station’s broadcast range, anyone with an Android or Apple smartphone can now listen to RSU Radio’s diverse programming, including Hillcats athletics, any time.
Standard data rates may apply.
“We are very excited to expand RSU Radio’s reach,” said Cathy Coomer, the station’s general manager and an RSU assistant professor. “Our students and staff dedicate an incredible amount of time and effort to our programming. It’s fantastic for them that their friends and family everywhere will be able to hear their work.”
RSU Radio is a primarily student-run radio station on the RSU campus in Claremore. The station went on the air in 1980 and continues to operate year-round, 24 hours a day. The station is licensed as KRSC and can be found at 91.3 FM. For more information on RSU Radio, visit www.rsuradio.com.
The RSU Mobile Apple is available for free on Android and Apple platforms. The app has a variety of tools to inform and engage students, alumni, prospective students and the campus community.