WPTS-FM (92.1), Pitt’s student-run radio station, is offering a summer program for high-school students interested in broadcasting, according to a press release.

The program will be held Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from June 24 through July 31 at WPTS’ studio located in Pitt’s student union in Oakland.

Students will learn how to produce an hour-long broadcast two times for week. Presenters from several local radio stations are expected to visit with students; last year, participating stations included KDKA (1020), WDVE-FM (102.5), “Kiss FM” WKST-FM (96.1), ESPN radio’s WEAE (1250) and WAMO-FM (106.7)

The cost of the program is $200 and registration is required. Call (412) 648-7990.

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