Our Streams

For years, Titan Radio has operated only one stream through our website, titanradio.org. In 2019, we expanded immensely with the addition of two new audio feeds. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one has been put on hold.

Below, we would like to address the main differences between all of our streams.

primary stream
Primary Stream

Freeform Student Content

When you click on Listen Liveanywhere on our website, you will be routed to our primary audio feed. The content going to this stream is freeform, independently created radio shows operated by our eighty volunteer DJs. These DJs are a diverse mix of CSUF students, faculty and staff members.

This stream also has an added video component that can also be accessed on our home page or main site menu. Our DJs have the option of using web cameras to add a visual element to their radio shows. However, some of our volunteers are shy and choose to default to a filler image so they can remain off camera.

Listen Now
Secondary Stream

Study Selections and Live Events

In 2019, Titan Radio added a secondary stream to expand our radio coverage possibilities. The stream has been used to air live DJ sets, radio dramas and more. When the stream is not being used for a specialized event, Titan Radio has set an expansive hand-selected study/focus music playlist for the enjoyment of CSUF students. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this stream has been temporarily disabled.

secondary stream
outdoor stream
Outdoor Stream

Creating Campus Atmosphere

With the help of the Division of IT, we are distributing a unique mix of music and messaging to speakers that span across outdoor areas on campus, specifically Titan Walk and the Promenade. With thousands of students, staff and faculty passing by every day, Titan Radio is hitting more ears than ever before.

The audio heard on CSUF’s campus is a special blend of genres carefully crafted by the Titan Radio staff. Every few songs, one may also hear an annoucement shouting out our advertisers or campus partners.

If you are interested in pushing your message to the CSUF community, please reach out to Matt Sylvester at msylvester@fullerton.edu.