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The Kellar Radio Talent Institute at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, now in its fifth year, begins July 11 with its largest class of students. Twenty One 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 Appalachian State. This year's...
From The Newscaster [pdf 1.3MB] (NC Association of Broadcasters), November 2010 The fourth Kellar Radio Talent Institute, held in July at Appalachian State University, graduated 17 talented future broadcast professionals thanks to the financial and professional help of the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters. NCAB did its part by partially sponsoring the institute...
From the Kellar Radio Talent Institute [pdf 2.83 MB] BOONE, NC (July 23, 2010) - The Kellar Radio Talent Institute adds 17 bright new broadcasting professionals to its growing list of industry-educated talent. The 2010 Kellar Radio Talent Institute concluded Wednesday, July 21. Students selected for the program completed 10 intensive days of learning about all aspects of...
From TV Technology, 7.08.2010 The Kellar Radio Talent Institute takes place for the fourth summer next week. The “institute” takes place each year at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C. Its mission is to expose budding broadcaster to the broadcasting world through lectures and actual broadcasting experience on-air or in production, marketing (with RAB...
From Radio World, July 9 2010 The Kellar Radio Talent Institute takes place for the fourth summer next week. The “institute” takes place each year at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C. Its mission is to expose budding broadcaster to the broadcasting world through lectures and actual broadcasting experience on-air or in production, marketing (with RAB...
From Radio Online, July 9, 2010 The Kellar Radio Talent Institute at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, is about to begin its fourth year. Created in 2007 by industry vet and Vallie-Richards-Donovan founder Dan Vallie. The Institute's mission is to attract, train and coach talented students who have a passion for the broadcast industry as well as possible...
From RBR, July 8, 2010 The Kellar Radio Talent Institute at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, marks its fourth year with several milestones. The Institute has received partial sponsorship from the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters (NCAB) for the 2010 program, held July 12 -21. The NCAB is one of the top associations for broadcasters in the nation in...
From allaccess.com, July 8, 2010 THE KELLAR RADIO TALENT INSTITUTE at APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY in BOONE, NC, marks its fourth year with several milestones. The INSTITUTE has received partial sponsorship from the NORTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS for the 2010 program, held JULY 12th-21st. This year also marks the first year that the INSTITUTE is accepting...
From The Newscaster (newsletter of the NC Association of Broadcasters), May 2010 Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, is pleased to announce that the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters (NCAB) will sponsor, in part, the university’s fourth Kellar Radio Talent Institute held July 12 through 21. The first and only one of its kind in the world, the Kellar...
From RBR, April 28, 2010 Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, announced that the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters (NCAB) will sponsor, in part, the university's fourth Kellar Radio Talent Institute held July 12 through 21. The Kellar Radio Talent Institute attracts, trains and creates opportunity for talented, enthusiastic and well educated young adults...
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