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Two University ad-
ministrators and a counselor
will discuss minority enroll
ment at the University on
KRNU-FM radio station
Thursday at 9 p.m.
G. Robert Ross, executive
dean of student affairs, will
host the panel discussion with
Haze Pope, student counselor,
and Walter Strong, coordinator
for special programs. Pope and
Strong are blacks.
Peter Mayeux, assistant
professor of journalism, said
the 45-minute program, now
entitled "Viewpoint" will be a
weekly show featuring topics of
interest to the University com
munity. "We have to change the
name of the program because
another local radio station is
already using it," Mayeux
noted. He did not know what
the new name will be.
KRNU, at 90.3 megacycles on
the dial, began broadcasting
Monday, February 23. "So far
things are going pretty well,"
he said, "at least we haven't
had any major complaints."
"We can't measure our
circulation like a newspaper
and we dont have a rating
system," he said, "so we can't
judge how large our listening
Mayeux speculated that
KRNU "is receiving quite a bit
of attention right now. It's like
anything new," he continued.
Whether "we can sustain the
number of listeners we have
now depends on how well our
broadcasting is," he said.
Broadcast hours from 4 to 11
p.m. will be extended on
Thursday and Friday nights
until midnight, Mayeux said.
The KRNU schedule:
4-5 p.m. classical music; 5
7 p.m. light music; 7-7:13
p.m. talk show "Campus
Perspective"; 7:15-8 p.m.
At 8 p.m. KRNU will begin
with the top 40 and will become
more rock orientated as the
evening progresses until sign
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1970
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