On March 17, I’ll be speaking at the WTJU/WXTJ-hosted symposium “College Radio: Then, Now, and Next” at the University of Virginia. Specifically, I’ll touch on the history of college radio as well as the state of college radio today. I’m excited to connect with friends, colleagues, and representatives from other college radio stations and am anticipating some lively discussions about my favorite topic. I hope to see some of you at the symposium.
Additionally, I look forward to visiting as many college radio stations in Virginia as I can squeeze into my packed schedule. By my count, there are at least 21 college radio stations in Virginia. As of this writing, I’ve only visited one of them (Tour #87 – WGMU at George Mason University), so I have my work cut out for me!
More College Radio News
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Communications Scholarship Recipients Interview Notable Alums over WBCR (Bloomfield College)
Former College of DuPage’s Radio Engineer’s Trial is Underway (Dupage Policy Journal)
College of DuPage Radio Station Engineer Pleads Guilty to Theft (Chicago Tribune)
A Passion for Radio: 88.1 FM The ‘Burg Interviews General Manager Candidates (The Observer/Central Washington University)
Simmons College Students up for Radio Awards at IBS (The Simmons Voice)
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