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The intent is to produce people with an all-around view of the business, from management and programming to engineering and the financial side of things. The curriculum was taught by broadcast pros including Centennial Communications CEO Allen Shaw, NFL Carolina Panthers play-by-play announcer Mick Mixon, Gary Fisher of Equity Communications, plus executives from Radio...
Where radio’s next generation of air personalities, programmers, salespeople and even owners will be found has been a frequently-voiced concern in the industry. The answer, at least in part, is Boone, NC. That’s where Appalachian State University just wrapped up the sixth Kellar Radio Talent Institute. Seventeen students took part in a 10-day immersion into...
THE MOUTH, JULY 9TH, 2012 –– Twenty eight broadcast professionals will come to the mountaintop to teach during the 6th annual Kellar Radio Talent Institute on the campus of Appalachian State University, July 9th through 18th. The Kellar Radio Talent Institute is an intense 10 day curriculum that has led students to jobs in the industry or a related field and...
Twenty eight broadcast professionals will gather to teach seventeen students who have come to learn at the 6th annual Kellar Radio Talent Institute on the campus of Appalachian State University, July 9 through 18. The Kellar Radio Talent Institute is an intense 10-day curriculum that has led students to jobs in the broadcast industry or a related field. Many of those...
The 6th annual KELLAR RADIO TALENT INSTITUTE will bring 17 students to learn from 28 broadcast professionals on the campus of APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY from JULY 9th-18th. The 10-day curriculum that has led students to jobs in the industry or a related field at companies such as CNN, ENTERCOM, CLEAR CHANNEL, CBS, BEASLEY, CURTIS MEDIA and GREATER MEDIA. "Most...
BOONE, NC– Twenty new broadcasting students from four universities join the growing list of industry-educated talent to successfully complete the Kellar Radio Talent Institute on the campus of Appalachian State University. Students from Appalachian State, Marshall University, UNC-Greensboro and N.C. State made up the largest class of students to participate in this...
BOONE, NC – Twenty new broadcasting students from four universities join the growing list of industry-educated talent to successfully complete the Kellar Radio Talent Institute on the campus of Appalachian State University. Students from Applalachian State, Marshall University, UNC-Greensboro and N.C. State made up the largest class of students to participate in...
For the fifth consecutive year a group of radio pros will gather at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC to train the next generation of broadcasters. Created in 2007 by consultant Dan Vallie, the Kellar Radio Talent Institute will have its largest class of students to date. A group of 21 students from North Carolina State University, UNC-Greensboro, Marshall...
It’s named for EZ Communications’ Art Kellar, and is the longtime project of former EZ programmer Dan Vallie, now a principal of the Vallie-Richards-Donovan Consulting. Dan lives in the Boone area, near Appalachian State University, and that’s the site of the fifth annual institute, with its largest-ever student body. They’ll get a grounding in...
THE KELLAR RADIO TALENT INSTITUTE at APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY in BOONE, NC, now in its fifth year, begins its 2011 classes on MONDAY, JULY 11th, with its largest class of students. 21 students have been accepted into this year’s Institute and includes students from NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, UNC-GREENSBORO, and MARSHALL UNIVERSITY, as well as from...
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