RSU Radio celebrates 34 years of Oklahoma heritage, local music and sports. Since 1980, the station has remained a source of community for Northeast Oklahoma. Programming reflecting the rich diversity of the region continues to thrive.
Locally produced programs such as Cherokee Voices and Sounds, Cherokee Phoenix Radio and Native Air focus on culture and news in the Native American community of Northeast Oklahoma. Shows such as OK Connection feature interviews and performances from local and national talent with an emphasis on the Tulsa-Metro area. Daily programming features cutting edge music and at least one local band every hour. The station also broadcasts Claremore High School football and a variety of athletics for the Rogers State University Hillcats. The community outreach extends online with articles on regional entertainment and a complete program listing.
“We’re proud to say that the station has grown with the community,” says General Manager Cathy Coomer. Coomer adds that RSU Radio has always been aware of the community’s needs and is always working to provide unique programming for listeners in Northeast Oklahoma.
RSU Radio has been recognized as a leader in the Tulsa-Metro market and was voted the best radio station in Tulsa for the 2013 Absolute Best of Tulsa awards. The station has also been recognized for outstanding programming and hosting by Paste magazine and College Media Journal.
RSU Radio is proud to be a part of Northeast Oklahoma and plans to continue serving the community for decades to come.