7.14.10- Tyler Magill, long-time veteran DJ at WTJU, fills Coy in on the happenings at the free-form radio station owned by the University of Virginia. He tells Coy about Monday’s town-hall meeting where it was decided that WTJU would remain eclectic. In addition, Magill gives his vision for changes he would like to implement at WTJU.
6.22.10- DJ Tyler Magill discusses the changes coming to WTJU with Coy. One changes involves DJs losing the ability to chose the music they play, which has lead to many leaving the station. Magill has started a blog in response to the changes.
In our previous show we previewed this year’s Virginia Film Festival, hosted by the University of Virginia. In today’s show, we will relive and reflect on the events of this year’s Virginia film festival.
This year’s Virginia Film Festival, hosted by the University of Virginia, kicked off Thursday Evening, Oct. 30, and featured some80 films and 100 guests exploring images of immigrants, outsiders and extraterrestrials.
As in years past, the Festival included Stars and events that will be remembered for years to come. Thursday’s Opening of Lake City was no exception. The featured guests included the film’s writer/directors Perry Moore and Hunter Hill, producers Mark Johnson and Weiman Seid, Sissy Spacek, Lake City’s male lead Troy Garity and his mother, Jane Fonda…
With fuel costs soaring and crude oil hovering at or near $100 per barrel, the need for new fuel sources is more paramount than ever. University of Virginia Physicists, Bellave S. Shivaram and Adam B. Phillips, have discovered a new class of hydrogen storage materials that could make the storage and transportation of this form of energy much more efficient vDj” and affordable vDj” through higher-performing hydrogen fuel cells.