Founded in 1982, U92 FM is the student-run college radio station of West Virginia University. The station broadcasts on 91.7 on the FM dial and is affectionately referred to as "The Moose."
U92 is independent of the WVU Reed College of Media and hires students from all majors at the university, but many Media students find a home there. U92 is known for launching many students into the broadcast industry and, at the same time, standing strong as the New Music Pioneer, playing new and experimental music. The sports department covers play-by-play of WVU Women's Soccer, Women's basketball, Hockey, Baseball, and carry a WVU pregame show known as the Touchdown City Tailgate (TCT). U92 also produces news and current events shows, news updates, and a mix of podcasts ranging from sports, history, pop culture, news, and much more.
U92 is always hiring students for work in a variety of positions including DJs, sports and news reporters, podcasting, social media management, advertising and more. All U92 content is entirely student-generated. Most positions are paid and some are voluntary. For more information, visit u92themoose.com/join-u92.