KUAR


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KUARKansas University Agile Radio (software-defined radio development platform)
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There were backdoor protests from prominent local NPR contributors, including some, Greenberg said, who were "unaccustomed to hearing any strong opinion on KUAR they might disagree with.
We're looking to the D-G and KUAR to continue reporting on the state's plans to pay more money to an out-of-state company to provide the same services previously provided by Arkansas entities.
Arkansas Public Media will employ three reporters led by Ampezzan--one based at KUAR and the others at fellow public stations KASU in Jonesboro and KUAF in Fayetteville.
I've got a computer and field reporting equipment that I borrowed from KUAR.
He joined KUAR in 1988 as news and information director.
Steward said Fry had been instrumental in securing a $278,000 grant to KUAR and three other NPR stations in Arkansas for establishing a statewide public radio collaboration, Natural State News, designed to reach rural listeners.
KUAR, an affiliate of NPR, said Fry died in his sleep.
KUAR said Fry began his career in his hometown of Wynne (Cross County) working weekends at the local radio station while still in high school.
Marketplace has aired on KUAR every weekday since 1991.
He said his interest in the job traces back to an "Impact of War" series he produced at KUAR.
Vandiver was previously an intern for KUAR (and, a couple of years ago, Arkansas Business), then became an anchor and reporter.
KUAR is the NPR affiliate operated by the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.