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College Radio Watch: College Radio Scholarship Featured in Special Issue of Interactions

Scholars focused on college radio are a pretty tiny subset of the already small universe of radio scholars, so I am thrilled to see the publication of a student radio-themed issue of Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture this week. Brian Fauteux shared the news yesterday on Radio Survivor and he and I also have […]

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Free Access to Special Journal Edition on College Radio

A special journal edition devoted to college, student, and university radio has just been published by Interactions: Studies in Communication and Culture. Excitingly, the issue is open access and available to all readers. This is also a special issue as it features original articles by Radio Survivor’s Jennifer Waits as well as by me. Given […]

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Educational Radio: An Interview with Brian Gregory

Brian Gregory currently works as an academic technologist at Pace University where he collaborates with faculty, students, staff, and the Pace community in order to implement educational technologies in ways that promote active and engaged learning. I recently asked Brian a few questions about his research in educational broadcasting and the ways in which he […]

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Students Occupy Camosun College Radio Station to Protest Cuts

This week students at Camosun College in Victoria, British Columbia took over the campus radio station,, in order to protest cuts to the radio program. According to an article in the Vancouver Sun, “College president Kathryn Laurin announced the suspension of the applied communication program last week in a round of deep cuts to […]

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Taking it to the Streets - and the Airwaves: Radio Coverage of the Greek Protest Movement

Taking it to the Streets – and the Airwaves: Radio Coverage of the Greek Protest Movement

In recent weeks, thousands of Greek citizens have taken to the streets in an unprecedented series of protests. These protests have been a response to the economic difficulties that the country and many of its citizens are facing during the present crisis, the policies that have been undertaken by the government in response to the […]

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