WTJX is Back!

Our student-run station WTJX has returned. WTJX ended its first year in operation with over 120 volunteers and a schedule full of wonderful free-form music shows (and a special programming segment highlighting various members of the UVA community).

You can listen live below:

Over the next several weeks, we’ll be integrating WTJX into the main WTJU site. For the moment, this page is your best resource.

If you hear silence, check the wtjx schedule as the station is not yet broadcasting 24/7 but will be ramping up its schedule over the next few weeks.

For more information on the station, including additional streaming options, visit the WTJX page.

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