He was known for making ‘Good Trouble,’ historically never backing down from a fight in the name of justice and civil rights, and he fought until the very end of what he described as one of his toughest battles. Longtime Congressman John Robert Lewis died Friday after a six-month battle […]Read More
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New Show will blend generational voices as they tackle contemporary issues facing the urban community HOUSTON – With the recent racial unrest in our country, now more than ever before, our voices are needed to highlight the social ills plaguing the Black community. That’s why KTSU, The Choice 90.9 is […]Read More
Sylvester “Stank” LeBlanc, considered by many to be one of Houston’s premier jazz musicians passed away on May 20, 2020. When reflecting upon his legacy as an educator and performer, Sylvester’s imprint as leader of Houston’s Fifth Ward Express and as a high school band director can be viewed as […]Read More
Texas Southern University enters the national spotlight as the home of the Democratic Party’s third primary debate on September 12th and 13th, as announced on Sunday, July 21st during ABC’s Sunday morning show “This Week.” According to Dr. Austin Lane, President of the second largest and most diverse HBCU in […]Read More
KTSU 90.9 FM, is an integral part of Texas Southern University. The station is Houston’s first African-American FM radio station and has the distinction of having the largest African-American audience of any public radio station in the United States. KTSU’s FCC license is held by TSU’s Board of Regents and first […]Read More