KGRM: Your Black & Gold Station
KGRM-FM is a 50,000-watt non-commercial educational radio station licensed to Grambling State University with a dual purpose of a laboratory function for students in the Department of Mass Communication and service to the community. KGRM is on the air for 24 hours a day, through the automation system operating on the 91.5 frequency. It offers a variety of music, news, sports, and public affairs programming. The station is run by students and supervised by an Operations Manager. The students always exhibit an incredible work ethic, a strong belief in the power of education and an unwavering devotion to Grambling State University and Community.
A History and a Purpose:
KGRM-FM is a non-commercial, educational radio station licensed to Grambling State University, a public educational institution governed by the State Board of Trustees. KGRM- FM began broadcasting in 1973 with an effective radiated power of ten watts and a frequency of 91.3 megahertz, as assigned and authorized by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in Washington, D.C. prior to 1973 the station was only broadcasted in the dormitories. Now KGRM-FM is broadcasting with 50,000 watts on the 91.5 megahertz frequency. The station’s radius reaches Shreveport, LA, Alexandria, LA, El Dorado, AK, and Vicksburg, MS.
Joyce Evans, General Manager
Phone: (318) 274-6343
Fax: (318) 274-3245
Washington Johnson Complex, 2nd floor
Allen Williams Annex