26 Signs You Were A College Radio DJ
Because other college clubs just weren't alternative enough for you.
Dunkin’ Donuts cancels ads on WEEI - The Boston Globe
Dunkin’ Donuts Thursday confirmed it has cancelled all its advertising on the sports radio station WEEI, and a station official admits the Canton chain was “upset” at a disparaging comment made by morning host Gerry Callahan, who was paid to endorse the company’s products. A spokesman for the statio...
- With the digital dash and mobile apps, it's important to remember that listeners are no longer tethered to a traditional radio.
Radio’s sonic boom: Digital listening sets new records.
Online radio listening jumped to an all-time high in 2013, driven by sharp increases in consumers tuning in on mobile devices. Average Active Sessions hit 2.8 million during the primetime Monday-Fri
- If you're going to play classic hits, some might call you old, might as well run with it!
‘Dinosaur’ roams Syracuse radio dial.
Three months of on-air stunting – including a “Holly FM” all-Christmas format and an all-Beatles format – has come to an end in Syracuse. Wolf Radio’s WNDR-FM (103.9) has adopted a classic hits forma
- A good reminder for both Radio Broadcasting and NESCom WebMedia students!
Another Photo Agency Sues Radio Websites For Infringement.
Just because it's on the Internet, doesn't mean it's free, folks.
- NESCom alum and Program Director for Froggy 107.1 (Glens Falls, NY) Chris O'neil and his wife with country stars Lady Antebellum.
- Big grant news for NPR!
NPR Deepens Coverage & Expands Listener Experience With $17 Million In Grants
NPR is deepening coverage and expanding the listener experience with $17 million in support.
Remembering WABC radio's 1963 "Mona Lisa" contest | Radio Survivor
50 years ago WABC-AM radio celebrated the arrival of the Mona Lisa to New York with one of the biggest art contests in history.
Making the grade and beyond - Biz - The Maine Edge
Making the grade and beyond - Biz NESCom wins three Maine Association of Broadcasters awards BANGOR - Hard work pays off and no one knows that more than the students at the New England School of Communications. The school recently won three Maine Associat
A career in radio broadcasting offers unique opportunities for self-expression and communication. Are you interested in being a talk show host, an on-air announcer, or director or programming? NESCom® will put you on the right road to a successful career. Your training begins with courses in News Reporting, Radio Performance, Broadcast Programming and Management, and Station Operations. Beyond the traditional skills in radio, NESCom also prepares you for today's "content creator" jobs in radio that involve both terrestrial radio, web skills and social media marketing.
The cornerstone of NESCom's radio program is WHSN 89.3FM where starting as early as their first semester, students training for a career in radio broadcasting are working in a professional, real life broadcast facility.
Broadcasting 24 hours a day, WHSN is not only a working lab for students; it is also Bangor's only alternative rock radio station. Although WHSN is a non commercial, educational radio station, day today operations mirror that of any commercial radio station training students to work in any radio format.