- WILV has rebranded themselves as WSHE to better capitalize on the Adult Contemporary format.
WILV Rebrands As 100.3 WSHE
HUBBARD BROADCASTING Hot/Modern AC WILV (100.3 FM)/CHICAGO has rebranded as CHICAGO’s 100.3 WSHE. In rolling out the announcement this morning, VP/Market Manager JOHN GALLAGHER said, “WILV has enjoyed tremendous success over the past several years and has been a top market performer utilizing an on…
- WHSN's 2015 AS4MS (Acoustic Showcase to Benefit the Nat'l MS Society) has been announced and tickets are now on sale!
@[110510342352220:274:Worried Well], @[364679520299755:274:Tall Horse], @[179987008752088:274:One Shot Nothing], @[51284557918:274:Skosh] & @[561612893898355:274:The Royal Bones] Friday, April 10th at the @[249759131709324:274:Gracie Theatre] all to benefit the @[390667451084:274:National MS Society, Greater New England Chapter]. Get your tickets to WHSN's 2015 AS4MS now at all @[51084740130:274:Bull Moose] locations on online at whsn-fm.com
NAB Statement on Introduction of Local Radio Freedom Act in House, Senate
WASHINGTON, DC -- The National Association of Broadcasters expressed its strong support for a bipartisan resolution opposing "any new performance fee, tax, royalty, or other charge" on local broadcast radio stations that has been introduced in the U.S. Senate and will be introduced in the House of R…
- Stop. Watch This. Now.
Everything You Never Want to Hear in a Radio Ad, in Two Very Funny Videos
Jim Elliott, the new global chief creative officer of Arnold Worldwide, and voiceover artist Paul Guyet made these two amusing videos (in what looks like Michael's house from GTA5) explaining how to win a 2015 Radio Mercury Award—by demonstrating all the terrible radio ad clichés that will guarantee…
In case you wondered what happened today...the upstairs koi pond was not a good option. However...we are back!
- Another win for 89.3fm WHSN Bangor's Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination! Congratulations to all the students involved with the production!
NESCom Students Earn First Place In 2015 BEA Festival Of Media Arts – New England School of...
The students of the New England School of Communications have once again received national recognition for their work. The Broadcast Education Association (BEA) has awarded NESCom students with a first place finish in their 2015 Festival of Media Arts. The award is for the 2014 edition of the radio…
- A voice icon has passed.
Gary Owens Passes
Iconic voiceover performer GARY OWENS died on FEB. 12th at his home in the L.A. suburb of ENCINO, VARIETY reports. OWENS, who was 80, was best known as the announcer on NBC-TV’s “ROWAN AND MARTIN’s Laugh-In” (1968-73), but he also enjoyed a lengthy radio career as a DJ on KMPC/LOS ANGELES and as an…
- Grad James Richards from WAAF hanging with his good friend Wally the Green Monster celebrating Boston Red Sox Truck Day.
- Wide Orbit's Clarity platform gets certification from Nielsen
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Radio BroadcastingAs of Fall 2014, Media Studies will have a name change to Mass Communications
Radio broadcasting is an ever-evolving medium. Itâ€™s no longer just about being a â€śDJâ€ť. Itâ€™s about being a versatile contributor within a group of radio stations. Radio stations are pushing web and social media content to engage with listeners along with the traditional aspects of radio. We provide you with the fundamentals of news reporting, radio performance, programming and operations. You will have the opportunity to take webmedia, marketing and social media courses as electives.
At NESCom our focus is giving you the tools needed to build your knowledge and develop your skills. WHSN 89.3-FM, Bangorâ€™s only alternative rock station, provides students a platform craft their skills. You will be responsible for on-air shifts and programming. The radio station, which broadcasts 24 hours per day, provides our students with real world experience.