Cal State Fullerton’s freeform college radio station.
Welcome to Titan Radio!
Titan Radio is California State University, Fullerton’s official radio station. We host over 70 student and faculty on-air DJs per semester. Our staff has worked tirelessly since 2000 to mould Titan Radio into a creative outlet for a vast array of different people. Along with our 24/7 broadcast, we also host events, post online articles, and actively interact with our listeners through social media.
If you would like to get involved, visit us in PLS-51, located in the southern basement of Pollak Library. Our station is open to the public. We also encourage you to follow our social media accounts (@titanradio) for all upcoming ticket giveaways, announcements, and events.
Titan Radio’s mission is to operate a radio station that showcases the diverse voices of CSUF and provides experiential learning in various communications fields.
Our Recent Writings
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Titan Radio is the warmest, most inclusive community on campus. A safe haven for music lovers & an experimental playground that yields wholesome innovation & motivation.Kevin RaudalesOn-Air DJ
Titan Radio has helped me connect to more people than ever through music as well as finally become comfortable in a "live media" setting. Titan Radio welcomes all and creates a fun, professional environment on campus.Priscilla GomezOn-Air Dj
Titan Radio is more than just a radio station; it's a diverse community of driven individuals who create, collaborate, and grow together.Will GlasbandStreet Team Member
Through four years of Titan Radio, I found a part of my soul, my sound and best of all my friends on and off-air. Eternally grateful to the special space in the basement.Karl SunglaoFormer Program Director
Titan Radio is the best way to express all the musical creativity I barely have. The station always has something for everybody, and if it somehow doesn't, you can be the one to patch that hole.Richard CoulterOn-Air DJ
Something I cherished a lot when I joined Titan Radio was how welcome and comfortable I felt. I'm grateful that there is a place on campus where people of all backgrounds can share their music interests freely with no judgment.Andy GomezFormer On-Air DJ