WJMU (89.5 FM, "The Quad") is a radio station broadcasting an alternative music format.[1] Licensed to Decatur, Illinois, United States, the station serves the Decatur area. The station is currently owned by Millikin University.[2]

WJMU
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CityDecatur, Illinois
Broadcast areaMount Zion, Illinois
Cerro Gordo, Illinois
BrandingThe Quad
SloganMillikin University's College Radio Station
Frequency89.5 MHz
FormatAlternative
ERP1,650 watts
HAAT26.0 meters (85.3 ft)
ClassA
Facility ID42654
Transmitter coordinates39°50′30.00″N 88°58′29.00″W / 39.8416667°N 88.9747222°W / 39.8416667; -88.9747222Coordinates: 39°50′30.00″N 88°58′29.00″W / 39.8416667°N 88.9747222°W / 39.8416667; -88.9747222
OwnerMillikin University
Websitemillikin.edu/wjmu

Current student personnelEdit

  • Lane Caspar - program director (since 2018), show host/producer (since 2017), news director (2018-2019)
  • Frank Macaluso - production director (since 2018), creative projects director (since 2018), show host/producer (since 2017)
  • Jason Messina - music director (since 2018), show host/producer (since 2017), head of training and technical management (since 2019)
  • Meghan Whitlock - promotions director (since 2018), producer (since 2017), show host (2017-2018)
  • Jordan Diver - sports director (since 2019), show host (2019)
  • Madeline Bethard - news director (since 2019), show host (since 2019)
  • Samuel Laro - campus activities liaison (since 2019), show host/producer (since 2018)
  • Caleb Kelch - assistant music director (since 2019), show host/producer (since 2018)
  • Nick Nemeth - sports color commentator (since 2018), show host/producer (since 2019)
  • Aaron Pellican - sports color commentator (since 2018), show host/producer (2018)
  • Alex Saviano - show host/producer (since 2018)

Current faculty/community personnelEdit

  • Sam Meister - general manager, show host/producer
  • Matt Sands - show host/producer

Notable past personnelEdit

  • Greg Brown - program director, disc jockey (1971-1972); now with WLS-FM

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. Winter 2010. Retrieved 2010-02-20.
  2. ^ "WJMU Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2010-02-20.

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