Howard University Debuts New Satellite Radio Station

howard_university_logo965x965The Howard University Radio Network is serving as the anchor station on the new HBCU Channel on SiriusXM satellite radio. The new radio station will feature radio programs from several HBCU radio stations and will target current students, prospective students, and alumni. Howard has broadcast it own radio station on SiriusXM since 2011.

Wayne A.I. Frederick, interim president of Howard University, stated, “This is an excellent platform to showcase the extraordinary stories and success of our HBCUs. Our partnership with sister institutions on this groundbreaking effort reflects our continued commitment to collaboration and broadcasting excellence.”

Among H0ward’s partners in the new station are Hampton University, American Baptist College, Prairie View A&M University, Tennessee State University, Virginia State University, and Jackson State University.

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