Ashland University’s Student-Run Radio Station Now Streamed Live on Mobile Devices

Ashland University’s Student-Run Radio Station Now Streamed Live

8/16/17 ASHLAND, Ohio – Ashland University's award-winning, student-run radio station, 88.9 WRDL, has aired Top 40 hits and more to those in and around Ashland 24-hours a day for many years, but now the station can be livestreamed around the world through mobile devices or tablets.

“In addition to 88.9-FM and WRDLFM.com, you can now catch the latest from Ashland University's award-winning, 88.9 WRDL on your mobile device or tablet,” said Derek Wood, general manager of WRDL. “For the latest hit music, news, AU sports and more, head over to WRDLFM.com! Award-winning college radio is now available anywhere and anytime with 88.9 WRDL.”

To hear WRDL on a mobile device or tablet, click the “listen now” link on the station’s website or use the link at: http://www.mainstreamnetwork.com/listen/player.asp?station=wrdl-fm.

WRDL, which is certified and recognized by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS), supports the academic mission of the Journalism and Digital Media program at Ashland University. Everyone heard on WRDL airwaves is an Ashland University student, and all of the content is student-produced with faculty guidance and input. For information about Ashland University's Journalism and Digital Media program, visit www.ashland.edu/jdm.