CWU radio station launches food bank benefit
Student staff and volunteers at Central Washington University’s college radio station have written, produced and performed an Ellensburg-related remake of the 1984 song “Do They Know It’s Christmas” as part of an effort to spread word about the needs of the FISH food bank, which burned down late November.
Read more from the Daily Record.
Go West, Young Broadcaster!
Jennifer Waits recaps her visit to CBI’s National Student Electronic Media Convention in Seattle for Radio World.
Despite Making Sacrifices for Family, a College Student Still Pursues His Dream
Mr. Montañez took advantage of a number of opportunities, landing several internships, including one at NY1 News and another at CBS Radio. He took command at Brooklyn College Radio by working his way up through the ranks to become the station’s sports director, as well as the program director, in charge of supervising the producers and broadcasters of 50 shows.
Read more from the New York Times.
WSUM Station Tour
WSUM might be the best college radio station in the nation. It is one of the few college stations that have a fundraising foundation. This makes them self-supporting and eager to please. Credit advisor Dave Black for building something truly remarkable at WSUM.
Read more from the ACRN blog and see the video tour.
The Biff Radio Station reaches new audiences
The Biff Radio Station can now be heard not only on its usual channel, 88.1, but also Avondale’s formerly unused channel, 89.5. The Biff is now the largest high school radio station in metro Detroit, reaching a potential audience of over half a million people.
Read more from The Hawkeye.