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Rev 89 goes global with new live streaming system

Photo courtesy of Colorado State University-Pueblo’s student-run radio station, Rev 89, has made some major changes and improvements in recent months. Beginning in November of 2015, the station introduced voice tracking and live streaming, a first in the station’s 45-year history. Rev 89 has also made some changes and upgraded their website, improving upon past versions. Owner and operator of Pueblo graphic design company Multi-Designs, Nicki Hart, designed the most recent website. Hart is also an alumna of CSU-Pueblo. According to Jenna Mangino, the station’s faculty advisor, the site...

Rev 89 ranks sixth in nation

Photo courtesy of Colorado State University-Pueblo’s student operated radio station KTSC-89.9, Rev 89 is ranked sixth in the nation among noncommercial stations. This ranking is as of the spring 2015 rankings by Nielsen Media, according to a Sept. 18 CSU-Pueblo news release. “It’s incredible,” said Jenna Mangino, Rev 89 station manager. “I am blown away every year by how this station performs.” Along with the sixth ranking in the nation, the Rev 89 also tied with KDZA-FM for second place for most listened to radio station in Pueblo. There...

Rev 89 receives high national ranking

Photo courtesy of Colorado State University-Pueblo’s radio station Rev 89 has been ranked as the No. 9 radio station in the nation based on its Cume rating and No. 25 on the average quarter-hour person scale based on fall 2014 numbers. “I’m extremely proud of my students. The success of the radio station, locally and nationally, is a direct reflection of the hard work and dedication shown by the Rev 89 DJs every single day,” said Rev 89 instructor and media manager Jenna Mangino. “They produce daily news briefs,...