KUCR

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KUCR
250
City of license Riverside, California
Broadcast area Riverside-San Bernardino
Branding 88.3 KUCR
Frequency 88.3 (MHz)
First air date 1966
Format College Radio
ERP 150 watts
HAAT 494 meters
Class A
Callsign meaning K University California Riverisde
Owner University of California Riverside
Website www.kucr.org

KUCR is a non-commercial radio station located in Riverside, California, broadcasting on 88.3 FM. KUCR airs college radio programming similar to other college radio stations across the country. The programming is divided into blocks by music genre: Underground, reggae, classical, Americana, world, jazz, and hip-hop. Listeners of KUCR 88.3FM will recognize Walter of the Woodz and Tina Bold's Vinyl Hours as two long-standing programs on KUCR. The station also includes the widely popular sports roundup "Jock Talk" hosted by KCAL 9 affiliate Ram Menon and Highlander newspaper editor-in-chief Michael Rios.[1] KUCR now includes in its program the rapidly expanding "Philosophy Talk" broadcast by two Stanford University Philosophy professors (Ken Taylor and John Perry) from the Bay Area: "We question everything .... except your intelligence" ...[2]

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  1. ^ http://www.facebook.com/pages/KUCR-Jock-Talk/147735635246986
  2. ^ . Donovan, George (February 28, 2008), "Bold Philanthropy", Inland Empire Weekly, retrieved 2008-03-03 

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Coordinates: 33°57′58″N 117°17′17″W / 33.966°N 117.288°W / 33.966; -117.288