Suffolk County Community College launches internet radio station

“It’s been an incredible experience,” said Joseph Panzarino, 19, a second year radio and television major from Sayville. “We built a radio station from scratch.”

Panzarino and about 100 other students working toward an associate degree will spend 150 hours staffing the station as part of a credit-bearing internship course. The internet-only station will stream commercial-free music 24 hours per day at scccir.com.

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Student morning radio show wakes up campus

The KTXT “On Air” sign lights up, the Red Raider Fanfare plays to start the show and Marks turns into a ball of energy, ready to entertain those who are listening early in the morning to inspire a productive day, he said.

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And, Radio Survivor visits KLLG-LP in Willits, Calif. and the College Radio Watch column.