Apply to be a WXTJ Volunteer!

WXTJ 100.1 FM is UVA’s freeform student radio.

DJ your own radio show.

Organize live music events.

Connect with UVA’s music and arts community.

We broadcast live to 100.1 FM Charlottesville! You can also stream all of our radio shows online at wxtj.fm.

This past year, our DJs either had the opportunity to either broadcast their shows live from the studio in Charlottesville or remotely stream from home. We’re coming out of a year of mostly remote programming and hope to introduce incoming student DJs to the magic of the studio. There are a ton of other ways to be involved too. WXTJ is dedicated to maintaining a safe and inclusive creative community.

 

Applications for the 2021 – 2022 school year have CLOSED as of September 15th, 2021. WXTJ accepts new DJ applicants every fall, so please come back and join us then if you are able!

Still interested in being on the air? Our sister station, WTJU 91.1 FM, is actively looking for genre-driven student DJs to host shows in their Rock, Folk, and Jazz departments. Please contact wtju@virginia.edu or Peter Jones at pj2x@virginia.edu if this sounds like the opportunity for you!

Just wanna stay in-the-loop? Subscribe to our email newsletter and receive regular updates about WXTJ.

Questions? Reach us at wxtjdirectors@gmail.com or wtju@virginia.edu and we can help.

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