For information about the staff at TROY Public Radio, please visit our staff page.
Board of Directors
Troy University Public Radio (WTSU, WRWA, WTJB) is licensed to Troy University and is governed by the Troy University Board of Trustees. For more information visit our Board of Trustees Page.
Troy University’s Board of Trustees is the governing board for Troy Public Radio (WTSU, WRWA, & WTJB). Dates of open meetings for the Troy University Board of Trustees can be found by visiting openmeetings.alabama.gov.
Interested parties should enter “Troy University” in the “Governmental Agency” field and set a range of dates.
Compensation (FY 2023)
"List the organization's five current highest compensated employees (other than an officer, director, trustee, or key employee) who received reportable compensation (Box 5 of Form W-2 and/or Box 7 of Form 1099-MISC) of more than $100,000 from the organization and any related organizations."
No employees met these criteria for FY 2022-2023.
"…five highest compensated independent contractors that received more than $100,000 of compensation from the organization".
No independent contractors met these criteria for FY 2022-2023.
Underwriters for 2023
Alabama Dance Theatre
Alabama Department of Archives and History
Alabama Humanities Alliance
Alabama State Port Authority
Alabama Shakespeare Festival
Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Alabama
Ernest and Hadley Booksellers
Grace Episcopal Church
Jay and Susie Gouge Performing Arts Center
Lee County Historical Society
Messiah Lutheran Church
Rivercenter for the Performing Arts
Sorrell College of Business, TROY University
Sunshine Behavioral Medicine
Wiregrass Museum of Art
Public Inspection File
Any person with disabilities who has issues related to the content of these public
files, please email David Griffin, Senior Engineer, for assistance.
TROY Public Radio recognizes that we serve a very diverse and engaged community throughout Southeast Alabama, the Florida Panhandle, and Western Georgia. To both strengthen and celebrate this diversity we seek programming that allows many voices to be heard and content that seeks to both engage and inform. Our past and current experience tell us that our listeners are both curious and engaged and want to know more about the community around them and the global community outside of the range of our broadcast signal. The programming that is produced by TROY Public Radio as well as our acquired content should reflect this curiosity and engagement and allow listeners to not only hear ideas like their own, but to also be challenged by new ideas and viewpoints that are different. TROY Public Radio is committed to creating a place where any individual should feel welcome and not excluded based on race, gender, sexual orientation, nationality, political views, or educational experience.
TROY Public Radio is part of TROY University and follows its diversity policy regarding hiring employees:
TROY University recognizes its legal and moral obligation to provide an employment environment in which opportunities are available to all qualified individuals without discrimination based on race, color, sex, age, political or religious opinions or affiliations, national origin, sexual preference, gender, disability, or disabled veteran/Vietnam-Era veteran status, except in those cases in which sex, age, national origin, or disability are bona fide occupational qualifications. The University affirms its commitment to this principle. The University also commits itself to maintaining on a nondiscriminatory basis the conditions for continuing employment and for individual advancement.
Conversations are the heart of and lifeblood of TROY Public Radio and we are only made stronger by having them with all the members of our community and providing a place where their voice is heard and their contribution is welcomed and recognized.
Diversity Goals for 2024
In addition to our usual job posting sites and publications TROY Public Radio will work to advertise any open position with associations that focus on issues of diversity in journalism and broadcast. We are also actively working to better produce local programming that better reflects our goals for a more diverse audience. In 2023, TROY Public Radio successfully enhanced the program lineup to include several culturally diverse news and music programs. In 2024 TROY Public Radio has plans to expand programming to include additional news and music programs which focus on new cultural topics.
Reviewed and Updated – November, 2023
Equal Employment Opportunity Public File Report - Troy Public Radio - WTSU(FM), WRWA(FM), WTJB(FM)
For more information on Troy Public Radio Equal Employment Opportunity Reports, please visit our EEO page.
Local Content and Services Report
For more information on Troy Public Radio's local content & services, please see our report.