(Re)Introducing WMHB, Colby’s popular radio station
On the ground floor of Bob’s, down a hallway and past a bulletin board littered with radio stickers, lives Colby’s on-campus radio broadcasting office. WHMB, headed by Sam LeFeber ’17, airs a variety of student-run shows all week. Programs range from talk shows and “epic banter” to hour-long classic rock jam sessions. Sometimes, if there is a big event on campus, WHMB will arrange a behind-the-scenes interview with the speaker. With the wide assortment of shows, WHMB’s weekly schedule promises something for everyone.
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Art from the Attic: K-UTE Radio gears up for National Record Store Day
This year, the University of Utah’s own K-UTE Internet Radio has decided to join the festivities by participating in Vinylthon on April 22, which has been designated Record Store Day. According to Geoffrey Sutyak, the online content director for K-UTE, Vinylthon is an event sponsored by College Radio Day, an organization that aims to support college radio promotions.
Read more from the Daily Utah Chronicle.
New tune in town: KDRU brings ‘college sound’ radio to Springfield
There is something fairly new in the air– make that ‘on’ the air. KDRU, ‘Dru’ as in Drury University, is the campus radio station making a mark on the local airwaves.At 98.1 on the FM dial, it’s the only independent radio station in Springfield completely operated by college students.
“I am proud of the different skills I have been able to accumulate,” said Erin Hotchkiss, a student who also serves as the news director for the station. “I am proud that these people just kind of let me hop in; I think it was kind of the right place at the right time…”
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- Registration fee for the Broadcast Management track is $199 for four days of workshops, training and special programs tailored specifically for student leaders and advisers for broadcast media outlets.
- Lodging and parking are available at University of Minnesota residence halls.
And, CBI is accepting entries for the 2017 National Student Production Awards, nominations for the Joel Willer award and session proposals for the 2017 National Student Electronic Media Convention Nov. 2-4 in San Antonio.