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President Hennigan discusses 2016 Election rhetoric

By Tyler Polk, Point Park News Service: WPPJ Radio host Tyler Polk discusses the controversial statements made by the two 2016 Presidential Election candidates. Listen here: Polk also spoke with Point Park University President Paul Hennigan about the rhetoric used during the 2016 Presidential Election, the importance of voting, and his thoughts on how past elections compare to the current one.... Read More

WPPJ: Today’s top-of-hour news updates

Point Park University radio station WPPJ (670 AM) broadcasts daily news updates: Monday, Sept. 19: Aman Rahami was taken into custody in connection to explosions in NYC and NJ; FBI revealed the identity of the man who stabbed nine in a Minnesota Mall; Liberty Bridge closed indefinitely. Friday, Sept. 30: Pittsburgh symphony concerts cancelled all weekend after musicians formed a picket line outside Heinz Hall... Read More

WPPJ: Today’s top-of-hour news updates

Point Park University radio station WPPJ (670 AM) broadcasts daily news updates: Wednesday, Sept. 23: American man was extradited to South Korea; Pope Francis visits the U.S.; Pittsburgh restaurants challenge Sick Leave Ordinance. Thursday, Sept. 24: The CEO of Volkswagen resigns; Donald Trump continues to lead GOP vote; Pittsburgh leaders represent in Washington D.C. during Pope Francis’ visit. Friday, Sept.... Read More

WPPJ: Today’s top-of-hour news updates

Point Park University radio station WPPJ (670 AM) broadcasts daily news updates: Thursday, April 23: French authorities seek more info on thwarted terrorist attack; USG announces top officers for 2015-16 school year.         Tuesday, April 21: Former president of Egypt sentenced; 6 Baltimore police officers suspended after man’s death; city’s bike-share program won’t enforce helmet usage.    ... Read More

WPPJ: Today’s top-of-hour news updates

Point Park University radio station WPPJ (670 AM) broadcasts daily news updates: Thursday, April 24: Brazil enacts Internet bill of rights to protect citizens; FDA proposes e-cigarette regulations; Point Park freshman will participate in new core curriculum   Tuesday, April 22: Ferry captain facing multiple criminal chargers; American man wins Boston Marathon; USG hosts Pioneer Community Day to raise funds... Read More

WPPJ set to kick off annual Rock-a-Thon event

By Joseph Giel, Point Park News Service: Wayne Weil, general manager and on-air personality at WPPJ, will help kick off the Point Park University radio station’s 67-hour Rock-a-Thon at 5 p.m., Tuesday Nov. 5. Q: What is the Rock-a-Thon? Weil: Rock-a-Thon is a 67-hour broadcast and charity fundraiser. WPPJ pre-empts all regular programming. We set up our... Read More