What’s New? FAQ for users

There have been a lot of small adjustments for this new site and not everything will be intuitive.  Below is a list of changes from the previous website:

If the change you’re concerned/curious about isn’t listed, please email Lewis Reining at arnfasta@gmail.com

Direct Streaming Links

You can always listen through our new player (it also includes a full playlist for the show and the option to chat with other listeners).

For those who prefer to play through other players, you can visit our Station Information page for .mp3 and .ogg(opus) options.

Music Calendar

All of our music calendars have been put on one page. You can visit our events calendar and filter by genre. Rock will be a filter but currently doesn’t maintain a music calendar, which is why there is no filter option for Rock.

Public Comments

Public Comments are not currently in place on the new site; the chat feature acts as more immediate feedback and any more substantial messages/concerns/feedback can still be directed to our email wtju@virginia.edu

Public Service Announcements (PSA)

PSAs are now also rolled into the events calendar. You can access them by going to the events calendar and then selecting “Public Service Announcements” as the filter.

Tape Vault (Archive)

The tape vault is now called “Recent Shows” and is available here.

WTJX Student Radio Station

WTJX is currently offline for the summer and will resume when UVA begins its fall semester. At that time, the site will have a separate player for WTJX and more information will be added

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