MTSU’s WMOT-FM Launches New Radio App
WMOT-FM, Middle Tennessee State University’s public radio station, has launched a new radio app, now available in the iOS App Store and via Google Play.
The app will allow listeners to tune into a livestream of WMOT’s programming from anywhere around the world. Users will also be able to access WMOT’s on-demand content, including recent interviews and performances such as “Wired In,” “Words and Music,” and “Finally Friday.”
“We’re excited to offer our listeners a new way to experience WMOT’s programming,” Executive Director Val Hoeppner notes. “Our new app will make it easier than ever for people to connect with the American roots music they love, whether they’re at home or on the go.”
Features in the app include DVR-like controls allowing listeners to pause the live stream or rewind to catch anything they might have missed; on demand availability for its signature shows, including “The String,” “The Local Brew,” “The List,” “SongTellers,” “Strange Roots Radio,” “The Old Fashioned” and “Somebody Say Amen;” access to the music editorial section of the station’s website; an alarm feature; and more.
WMOT Roots Radio 89.5 is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to building community around Nashville’s musical heritage, championing music discovery, curating live music experiences and training the next generation of leaders in the media and entertainment industries.