Boise State's University Pulse turns up the volume
By Amy Atkins
It used to be that if you were looking for an alternative to Top 40 hits, you turned the dial on your portable, digital or boom-box radio to your local college radio station. The advent of the Internet voided the requirement of turning to terrestrial signals to find new bands but had an adverse effect as well: The Web is so saturated with music—and people writing about and recommending music—it's difficult to discern what's what. Boise State's University Pulse—a part of the larger Boise State Radio network—is trying to put the "college" back in college radio by offering contemporary but off-the-grid choices for listeners.
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