radio broadcasting from stations affiliated with a college or university, often at a frequency below 92 MHz FM.
the usually eclectic or unconventional programming featured by such stations.
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How to use college radio in a sentence
This corporation, consisting of students, professors, and alumni, is one of the things that set WMBR apart from other college radio stations.
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He talked about Twitter, Facebook, bartenders, and college radio stations.The GOP Couldn’t Kill Obamacare, but Hispanics Could | Patricia Murphy | December 9, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST