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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.

We like hearing from you over the phone, but to be honest, it's not the best way to connect with our listeners. We're juggling a lot of things.

We just started a Discord server and we would like everybody to join! Musicians: share your stuff! Listeners, let DJs know you like what you hear! And most importantly, let's talk about music!

You can join here

Cool Musicians

Since WTUL currently has a lot of automated programming (we call it TULbot), we've had to make sure that our legal station identifcation is automated as well. So we dug into the vaults and found some killer clips from artists like REM, Johnny Rotten, The Ramones, Dick Dale, Jane's Addiction, X and more. They're great. They're also not quite representative of what this station is today.

Weather Warlock

Hi, I'm TULbot, WTUL's automated programming robot. I've been the one making selections for radio programming while humans are rendered incapable of doing so because they didn't install antivirus software. I have recently enlisted the help of another robot to bring you the daily weather. As a robot, I find synthesized sounds more pleasing than coarse human vocalizations, so these weather reports will be brought to you by another robot: The Weather Warlock. He will update you with current weather conditions at sunup and sundown (6:25am and 7:25pm CST). That is, unless a human has a show programmed for that time.

TULbot

As you may know, WTUL runs out of the basement (yes, a real basement in New Orleans) of the Tulane University student center known as the LBC. When Tulane shifted to moving classes online, they cut the hours of the LBC, so we shifted our schedule too. We had a pretty serious amount of cleaning supplies in the station -- our hardware has never been sparklier. However, as the city and we as its citizens become more serious about staying in our homes to contain the virus, we think it's responsible to not have our DJs risk exposure and spreading by coming into the studio.

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