KVLU

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KVLU
CityBeaumont, Texas
Broadcast areaGolden Triangle
Frequency91.3 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date1970 (49 years ago) (1970)
FormatPublic radio/college radio
ERP40,000 Watts
HAAT137 meters
ClassC2
Facility ID36456
Transmitter coordinates30°06′40″N 94°03′10″W / 30.11111°N 94.05278°W / 30.11111; -94.05278
Callsign meaningVoice of Lamar University
AffiliationsNPR
OwnerLamar University
Websitewww.kvlu.org

KVLU (91.3 FM), is a National Public Radio-affiliated station in Beaumont, Texas. It primarily features National Public Radio programming. The college radio station broadcasts from the campus of its owner, Lamar University.

Programming[edit]

News[edit]

The News affiliates of KVLU are National Public Radio (NPR) and American Public Media (APM).

Music[edit]

KVLU's weekday music consist mainly of Classical and Jazz music. The weekend music lineup starting on Friday afternoon features a variety of music; From music around the world on programs like Hearts of Space (HOS) to Danceland a local program that features big band music.

The Appetizer is a taste of music from across the spectrum of flavors. Nearly every genre of music is sampled on the hour-long show that airs each Saturday at 3:00 p.m. on 91.3 KVLU.

Lamar Specific[edit]

As the Voice of Lamar University KVLU airs many programs that are specific to Lamar. Spotlight on Lamar is a weekly feature on KVLU that highlights news and views of Lamar University. Jason Miller is the host.

The Dean's Corner hosted by Russ Schultz a Dean at Lamar University.

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