Radio Station Information

WGVU 88.5 FM

City of License:
Allendale, MI


Grand Valley State University

WGVU is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Allendale, MI. The station broadcasts Jazz programming.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Hello my name is Tyler Baushke, I am a student at Ravenna High School and I need to job shadow someone who works in sound editing. I was wondering if I could come down and job shadow there. Please email me if this is possible. Thank you for your time
By: Tyler Baushke on April 23, 2015

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By: Joan Epperson on June 10, 2015

Hello, can you help get the word out!? It's almost a week out, I just wanted to send out a reminder about our Yahtzee Tournament Fundraiser at Gilda's Clubhouse 1806 Bridge street Grand Rapids, September 9th door open at noon Tournament starts at 1:00pm till about 5:00pm. Contact me 802-0344 for tickets or information. Call GILDA'S 453-8300 to get your name on the "Will Call List". $20.00 to enter. Door Prizes, Auction, Instant Raffle Prizes!!
By: JEFF LARABEL on August 31, 2017

There needs to be a link that makes posting jazz events simpler and more convenient.
By: Randy Marsh on October 16, 2019

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