Howard University Radio Network Launches New Radio Channel
November 13, 2013 at 6:19 AM (PT)
The HOWARD UNIVERSITY RADIO NETWORK is launching a new station to its ever-expanding platform. HBCU SIRIUSXM Channel 142 launches THURSDAY, NOV. 14th at 12mid, and will be a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities, offering a unique look in to the black higher education experience.
HBCU will bridge the gap between alumni, current, and prospective students through information and entertainment. “HOWARD UNIVERSITY is excited to serve as the anchor for the HBCU Channel on SIRIUSXM. This is an excellent platform to showcase the extraordinary stories and success of our HBCUs,” said Interim Pres. DR. WAYNE A.I. FREDERICK. “Our partnership with sister institutions on this groundbreaking effort reflects our continued commitment to collaboration and broadcasting excellence.”
SIRIUSXM granted HOWARD UNIVERSITY a lease to create two channels on the satellite radio system in 2011. The other channel, H.U.R. Voices SIRIUSXM 141 launched in NOVEMBER 2011. For more information visit www.HBCUradionet.com.