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WVUM Sports wins National Broadcasting Society Awards
By Amber Robertson posted Mar 21, 2011 at 03:45 PM

 

WVUM's winning streak was kept alive this past weekend at the National Broadcasting Society's National Awards Ceremony in Los Angeles. 

WVUM Sports Director Justin Antweil's "WVUM Sports Play by Play" won first prize in the Audio Sports Play by Play category. Justin Antweil along with Scott Braun and Danny Parra won another award for their segment "WVUM Pregame vs. FSU" in the Audio Sports Program category.

 

 


 





Cool Things About Miami Music Week (WVUM DJs Edition) ///  3 / 21 / 11
By Falyn Freyman posted Mar 21, 2011 at 04:04 PM

 

Read on to find out where you can find some of your favorite WVUM DJs performing during Miami Music Week ... 



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VAMOS A LA PLAYA: Eli Escobar Interview + DJ Set, Monday, 6pm
By Laura (of Miami) Sutnick posted Mar 20, 2011 at 09:37 PM

 

This week's Vamos A La Playa will feature an exclusive interview with NY's Eli Escobar. Eli is a sick Disco/ House producer, remixer, and DJ who will be rocking the decks this Thursday at Bardot for Nightdrive's One Year Anniversary Party. Tune in at 6pm to hear our little chat with Eli or tune in from 5-7pm to listen to one of his super awesome DJ mixes. You can also read more about him here.



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ULTRA SHOW: !!! and CSS Interviews, plus tracks from UMF artists, ticket giveaways?!
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Mar 18, 2011 at 05:32 PM

 

Interviews ////

Nic of !!! with Falyn

Luiza of CSS with Amber

 

Hosted by Danielle and Ashley. 

Tune in at 11 and maybe get your hands on the last ULTRA tickets left!





Michel Cleis and Sunday School:The Lost Weekend on Saturday’s Underground
By Duncan Ross posted Mar 17, 2011 at 08:04 PM

 

 

This Saturday on The Underground tune in to win tickets to Sunday School: The Lost Weekend plus a Cadenza Vagabundos T-Shirt and the new album by Frivolous: Meteorology (performing live at the event)

Sunday School: The Lost Weekend at the Ice Palace is taking place during the Miami Music Week March 25-27.

This week's guest mix will be from Michel Cleis, a Sunday School artist, with your host Duncan Ross rounding out the rest of the duties.

Michel Cleis is a Hedonist. It comes from his native surrounding, the fairyland look-alike view that you get around Lugano, where he spend his childhood. Son of an artist, sculptor and musician in a crazy and joyful band in New Or­leans, he was struck by the sheer force of the happy and festive sound that he gives in his shows today. As a teenager, he swerved into soul, jazz and rock. Finally he discovered techno, all the machines that produce sounds and the night clubbing life that accompanied it. Studying psychology, he also entered “Ecole de Beaux Arts”, the interaction with humanism and creativity are two sides which still characterizes is musical style.He then spent some time in Germany and Spain where he started to experiment with sampling, sharing his work with friends. 



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VIDEO: WVUM MTV Woodie Awards Segment
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Mar 17, 2011 at 06:27 PM

 

Click past the jump for footage of WVUM on MTV!

 

[photo credit: CMJ]



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