Funklust is a German student radio station from Uni FAU that broadcasts online and via shortwave radio. The shortwave signal is 24/7 on 15785 kHz from a transmitter in Erlangen, Germany. I was able to tune in via a KiwiSDR receiver Vilradio nearby, the above screen capture shows the settings to turn on DRM reception.
RedTech has a May 2022 story, Funklust is back on air with a boost, which describes their new transmitter, "a new RFmondial 250 watt transmitter, which feeds the signal into a vertical lambda/four-monopole antenna mounted on a concrete mast at a height of 58 meters". The story describes how the students handle the programming for the station, and the nearby Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits handles the technology.
Additional technical details are in a blog from Fraunhofer, funklust broadcasts in DRM on shortwave. There is apparently a text-only sideband "Journaline".
I'm a fan of college radio in general, and the Funklust programming that I've heard to date has been a great stream of music that I have not heard elsewhere. Worth a listen.