This small N.J. college radio station is the best in the nation
And, for the first time ever, the Marconi goes to WSOU.
The recognition is the equivalent of an Academy Award for radio work, and at a ceremony in Tennessee last month, students and teachers from Seton Hall University accepted a Marconi that named the school’s small, student-run radio station the best non-commercial one in the country. Mark Maben, the station’s faculty advisor and general manager, called the win “really something that we, as an entire state, can be proud of.”
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WMUL faculty manager honored
WMUL Faculty Manager Chuck Bailey has joined an exclusive club, but he’s not one to rest on his laurels.
Bailey also works as an executive producer for WMUL’s sports coverage. In addition to live broadcasts of football and basketball games, the station covers other sports, including track, volleyball and baseball. The station also hosts a program in co-production with WFGH called “Basketball Friday Nights,” which covers high school basketball in the state.
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