KWVA Customizes Workflow to Fit Students’ Needs

Fast forward to 2016 — and now working with part of a $95 million budget — KWVA is firmly reimagined as a state-of-the-art broadcast facility located in the newly reconstructed student union. There is a large open performance space outside the studios wired for broadcasting live shows, two dedicated on-air studios and two production rooms, which are also broadcast-capable.

Read more from Radio Magazine.

Radio station KLCC reaches out to listeners after funding cut by Lane Community College

As part of its bid to curb spending, financially crunched Lane Community College has canceled its traditional $200,000 annual donation to namesake radio station KLCC for the coming fiscal year.

But the downtown Eugene-based public radio station — which is a department of LCC — said it never­theless plans to preserve its news offerings and program lineup.

Officials with the Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network and Gateway Community College announced a partnership between the two public entities Monday that is expected to give students broadcasting experience and expand WNPR’s reach in the community.

Read more from the New Haven Register.

Session proposals open for CBI San Antonio

CBI is accepting session proposals from all interested parties for the CBI 2017 National Student Electronic Media Convention to be held Nov. 2-4 at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio.

CBI will consider all proposals from students, advisers, managers and industry professionals and gives strong preference to session proposals with more than one speaker and organization being represented. Session proposals can cover any topic related to electronic student media including the obvious and not so obvious. Multimedia presentations are encouraged.  If you are not ready to submit a full session proposal, but want to run an idea by us, please email us or call 855-ask-4CBI.

Deadline approaching for housing reservations for Summer Mega Workshop

CBI is proud to partner with CMA, CMBAM, and ACP to host the College Media Mega Workshop, an intensive training session for student leaders and advisers. We will be hosting a Broadcast Management track July 13-16 at the University of Minnesota. Discounted on-campus housing is available, but the deadline to secure it is coming fast. Information from the convention organizers follows:

Registration for the workshop will stay open until July 11, but you must meet the June 26 deadline to secure housing on the University of Minnesota campus, where the workshop will be held.

Housing is $144 to $300 per person, depending on length of stay. Students will be staying in Centennial Hall, which has single rooms available, and advisers will be in Yudof Hall. Parking is an additional fee.

 

Plus, Radio Survivor’s Podcast #95 and the College Radio Watch column.