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Author Topic: If you are an NCCU Eagles fan, there are several ways to follow the Eagles  (Read 1283 times)

Offline Bro. Askia Musa Afiba

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If you are an NCCU Eagles fan, there are several ways to follow the Eagles this season:
 


1)  Listen to Game Broadcasts on WRJD 1410 AM
- If you live in the Triangle area, tune your radio to 1410 AM 30 minutes prior to kickoff to listen to the "Eagle Gameday" pregame show with host Chris Hooks, the voice of the NCCU Sports Network.

- If you live outside the Triangle area, you may listen to the broadcasts on the official web site of NCCU Athletics, www.NCCUEaglePride.com. Select the "Listen Live" graphic on the right side of the home page or the "Listen" link on the schedule page.
 
2)  Sign Up for E-Scores
- E-Scores keeps you posted with updated scores and breaking news by sending an e-mail or text message directly to you. To sign up, select the "E-Scores" graphic on the NCCU Athletics home page at www.NCCUEaglePride.com. The service is free, while regular text messaging rates do apply (check with your service provider).
 
3)  Become a Friend of NCCU Athletics on Facebook (www.Facebook.com/NCCUAthletics)
- This social media outlet has everything ... breaking news, interesting facts, photo galleries, video clips, and much more. Become a friend of NCCU Athletics and have the posts sent directly to your Facebook page so you don't miss a thing. Visit www.facebook.com/NCCUAthletics to check it out.
 
4)  Follow NCCU Athletics on Twitter (www.Twitter.com/NCCUAthletics)
- Follow NCCU Athletics on Twitter (www.twitter.com/NCCUAthletics) for quick tidbits of information about the Eagles.
 
5)  Watch Videos about NCCU Athletics on YouTube (www.YouTube.com/NCCUEagles)
- The latest addition to the NCCU Sports Information outlets provides a look inside of NCCU Athletics with highlights and interviews from the practice fields leading all the way up to game day. You do not want to miss this. Visit www.YouTube.com/NCCUEagles and enjoy.
 
6)  Listen to NCCU Athletics Podcast on iTunes
- Listen to podcasts of archived game broadcasts and interviews at the official NCCU Athletics iTunes page by visiting www.NCCUEaglePride.com and clicking on the "Podcast" graphic on the right side of the home page.
 
7)  Register for Weekly E-Mail Newsletter
- If you do not have the time to follow many or any of the aforementioned outlets, then this is for you. The weekly NCCU Athletics newsletter captures all of the news and notes from the previous week and sends it to registered fans via e-mail in a newsletter format. To receive the weekly newsletter, visit www.NCCUEaglePride.com and click on the "Sign Up for Weekly E-Mail Newsletter" graphic on the right of the home page.
 
8)  NCCU Athletics Web Calendar- If you have difficulty keeping track of the many NCCU Athletics events (like I do), be sure to check out the Calendar link on the official web site for NCCU Athletics, www.NCCUEaglePride.com. The Calendar link can be found on the top-left of the NCCU Athletics home page.
 
9)  Listen to Weekly 30-Minute NCCU Athletics Radio Show "Eagle Talk" on WRJD 1410 AM
- For a weekly look at NCCU Athletics featuring interviews with coaches, student-athletes and athletics staff, listen to "Eagle Talk," a 30-minute radio show on WRJD 1410 AM every Tuesday from 2:00-2:30 p.m. with host Chris Hooks. The show is also available live on the internet at www.NCCUEaglePride.com by selecting the "Listen Live" graphic on the right side of the home page.
 
If you have any questions, please replay to this e-mail or contact the NCCU Sports Information office at (919) 530-7054.
 
QUICK LINKS:

 
Listen Live: http://nccueaglepride.cstv.com/multimedia/nccu-multimedia.html
 
E-Scores: http://escores.stretchinternet.com/login.php?sch=nccu
 
Facebook: www.facebook.com/nccuathletics
 
Twitter: www.twitter.com/nccuathletics
 
YouTube: www.youtube.com/nccueagles
 
iTunes: http://ax.itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/browserRedirect?url=itms%253A%252F%252Fax.itunes.apple.com%252FWebObjects%252FMZStore.woa%252Fwa%252FviewPodcast%253Fid%253D262763840
 
Newsletter: http://webservices.cstv.com/register/f36602cc1533f17917aa628ae662bd6ec175323ffe1d3735ead79ed89/210db28b92602c174466e1f
 
Calendar: http://nccueaglepride.cstv.com/calendar/events/
 
Official NCCU Athletics Web Page:  www.NCCUEaglePride.com
 
 
Kyle Serba
Associate Athletics Director for Media Relations
North Carolina Central University
McLendon-McDougald Gym, Room 116
1801 Fayetteville Street
Durham, NC 27707
Phone: (919) 530-7054
Fax: (919) 530-5426
Cell: (919) 796-1696
NCCU Athletics Web Site: www.NCCUEaglePride.com
  
« Last Edit: September 06, 2009, 06:41:37 PM by Bro. Askia Musa Afiba »

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Very helpful. Thanks!
"The EAGLE is no common, ordinary barnyard fowl, and while a sparrow clings to its flock, AN EAGLE SOARS ALONE!" -Dr. James Shepard, Founder of NCCU    :nod:

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I hope there is thoughts about finding another radio station.  WRJD has to be the worst station.  It has no reach, at least not where I live.  Where is this station, more importantly where is the transmitter and wattage?

 

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