This is an unofficial web page for listeners of WSUI radio—910 AM in Iowa City. This website is not controlled by the University of Iowa or Iowa Public Radio.


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How WSUI got its start


1916 antenna on the Old Capitol
The 1916 issue of The Transit, the technical journal of the University of Iowa College of Engineering, reveals that by 1916 a rather conspicuous aerial stretched from the "Hall of Physics" to the Old Capitol dome for the use of the SUI wireless station, 9YA. The transmitter was a 2 kilowatt Clapp-Eastham (spark) device operating at 400 kHz, and the receiver utilized an Audion vacuum tube similar to the one invented by Lee De Forest in 1906.


History of WSUI, 1919-1999
Sara Epstein, FYI, 04/09/1999


WSUI studios


WSUI broadcast schedule


Browse WSUI historic archives


WSUI Transmitter—Location & Specifications


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98 years of
educational broadcasting
and programming



"WSUI radio broadcast from Iowa Memorial Union, The University of Iowa, October 1930"

"WHAA manager Carl Menzer seated at radio station controls, The University of Iowa, March 13, 1924"

"WSUI studio in attic of Engineering Building, The University of Iowa, January 1929"

"Station manager Carl Menzer and staff organist in radio broadcast, The University of Iowa, 1920s"

"Professor Raymond and performers in a radio drama, The University of Iowa, 1924"

"Carl Menzer broadcasting from press box at Iowa Stadium, The University of Iowa, 1920s"

"WSUI radio performance, The University of Iowa, August 1925"

"University amateur radio station W9YA, The University of Iowa, 1910s"

WSUI historic photos
Kent, Frederick W. (Frederick Wallace),
Iowa Digital Library
University of Iowa Libraries
Iowa City

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