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The Essentials

Call Letters: WUEV
Frequency: 91.5fm
City of License: Evansville
Metro(s): Evansville
Power: 6100 watts @ 150 feet (Class B1)
Format: Jazz/R&B/Alternative
Address: 1800 Lincoln Avenue, Evansville, IN 47722-0001
Phone: 812.488.2022
Ownership: University of Evansville
Web Presence:

Station Personnel


GM: Tom Benson
Chief Engineer: Phil Bailey
Assistant Engineer: Jeff Bailey
Student Station Manager: Lauren McMillen
Sports Director: Terry Waggoner
Blues Producer: Andrew Wright
Jazz Producer: Mark Lamiere
Urban Producer: Richie Schuler
Children's Producer: Dan Cavanaugh
Student Run; Staff Changes Yearly
Weekdays: Jazz Flight (1am - 6pm)
Weekdays: Today's Best Music (6pm - 9pm)
Weekdays: "The Other Side" (9pm - 1am)
Nights: "PartyLights" (Thursday 9pm - 2am)
Nights: "PartyLights" (Friday 9pm - 2am)
Weekends: Jazz Flight (Saturday 2am - 7am)
Weekends: Rated G (Saturday 8am - 11am)
Weekends: Beale Street Caravan (Saturday 11am - 12pm)
Weekends: A Case of the Blues (Saturday 12pm - 6pm)
Weekends: Today’s Best Music (Saturday 6pm - 9pm)
Weekends: "PartyLights" (Saturday 9pm - 2am)
Weekends: Jazz Flight (Sunday 2am - 7am)
Weekends: 51% (Sunday 7am - 7:30am)
Weekends: The Best of Our Knowledge (Sunday 7:30am - 8am)
Weekends: The Light (Sunday 8am - 2pm)
Weekends: World Safari (Sunday 2pm - 9pm)
Weekends: "The Other Side" (Sunday 9pm - 1am)




GM: Len Clark (? - June 2002)
GM: Mike Crowley
GM: Wayne Oates
GM: Brandon Gaudin
Chief Engineer: Peter Gude
PD: Lloyd Winnecke
MD: Mike Goldman
Mornings: World Radio Network (3am - 11am)
Middays: Public Affairs (11am - 12pm)
Afternoons: "JazzFlight" (12pm - 7pm
Monday Nights: Blues (7pm - 12am)
Tuesday Nights: Christian Hits (7pm - 12am)
Wednesday Nights: World Music (7pm - 12am)
Thursday Nights - Sunday Nights: Urban/Rap (7pm - 12am)
Monday through Wednesday Overnights: "The Other Side" (12am - 3am)
Thursday through Sunday Overnights: "Alternative Wavelengths" (12am - 3am)
Weekends: Jazz Flight (Sunday 8am - 12pm)

Station History

91.5fm signed on April 1, 1951 as WEVC.


WEVC signed on as the voice of Evansville College on April 1, 1951. Broadcasting only 10 watts with a monaural signal, the station served the college community with just a few hours of programming per day. In 1975, WEVC began broadcasting a stereo signal. Monies for the necessary stereo equipment was raised by staging a benefit concert at the Mesker Amphitheatre featuring rock acts Montrose, Ted Nugent, and the Outlaws.


WEVC became WUEV on January 1, 1977. The change reflected Evansville College's name change to The University of Evansville in 1967. In 1984, the FCC granted WUEV's power increase from 3000 watts to 6100 watts. In 1988, WUEV renovated their studios. On January 15, 1996, WUEV became the first radio station in Indiana to stream a radio signal via the Internet. Today, WUEV streams both its on-air signal and Internet-only broadcasts. WUEV opened the "Harlaxton Bureau" at the Univeristy of Evansville's campus in Grantham, England on July 30, 1997.

For Further Reading

"Local TV, Radio Stations Receive Journalism Awards". Evansville Courier & Press 19 June 1999, Final Edition, Metro Section, B6.

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