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WTUL Apprentice Program
Have you ever wanted to be part of the magic of WTUL? We are currently accepting applications to our apprentice program! The program is structured as three classes, teaching you about the station, its rules, federal rules, and more! We offer hands on experience and opportunities to meet and work with the awesome DJs you catch on air. The application to the program is only open to Tulane affiliates and Loyola students this semester and we are accepting applications until 9/15. If you have any questions, please reach out to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Click here for the application and more information


Hey y'all!

My name is Hayden - I'm one of the DJs for 24-hour DJ weekend coming up as a part of marathon in a few weeks! As part of our show, we want to collect stories about how WTUL has touched people and how much it has meant to so many across the years. That means you! If you're lucky, your story will get read over the air during marathon, and it will be compiled after marathon to be hosted forever - so send us your favorite studio story, show, song, or other WTUL-related adventures! Avid listeners, artists, DJs, staff, and anyone else who has ever been affected by WTUL are welcome. The submissions are totally anonymous if you want them to be, your identifying information is optional. If you would be interestd in being interviewed on air during marathon about your experience with the station, you can submit your information here as well, and we'll get back to you if you're selected!

The link to the google form is available HERE!

Thanks for helping us support WTUL - Rock On!

Our 52nd Annual Rock-On Survival Marathon fundraiser event approaches. In addition to supporting us with a direct donation, you can come out to the following events



WTUL just switched our playlist logging system from Radioactivity to Spinitron. That shouldn't change much about the way our shows sound, though maybe it'll be better since DJs will have more time on their hands? But most importantly, it's brought a few changes to the website.

Hurricane Ida

As I type this, New Orleans is facing the full strength of Hurricane Ida. Power is out throughout the city and will likely remain that way for some time.

By some wild miracle, I believe WTUL is still broadcasting. I can't verify this because I have evacuated. However, I believe TULbot is still doing its thing. I don't know how long it will, but we're very proud. I hope some people still in their homes appreciate it.

Our web stream appears to be down. It's unclear why, but given the state of things it's probably not worth troubleshooting. We're lucky to have what we have.

We likely will not have any non-automated programming until things return to normal. Thanks for listening, stay safe.

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