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From Radio Online, April 29, 2010 Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, has announced that the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters (NCAB) will sponsor, in part, the university's fourth Kellar Radio Talent Institute held July 12-21. The 10-day summer program attracts, trains and creates opportunity for talented, enthusiastic and educated young adults who have a...
From allaccess.com, April 28, 2010 at 8:12 AM (PT) APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY in BOONE, NC, has received a sponsorship from the NORTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS. The university's fourth KELLAR Radio Talent Institute will be held JULY 12th through 21st. "The NORTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS is a proud supporter of the KELLAR RADIO TALENT...
From Department of Communication, Appalachian State University FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 28, 2010 BOONE, NC ‐‐ 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...
by Tom Taylor | tom@in3media.com | 609.883.3321 Tuesday, March 23, 2010 Johnny Jacobs has enjoyed a 50-year career in Charlotte radio, and he’s offering his good name to raise money for the Kellar Radio Talent Institute at Appalachian State University up in Boone. Johnny did country in Charlotte on “Katy Country” WKTC way, way, before country was cool....
From Radio Online, July 14, 2009 The Kellar Radio Talent Institute, on the campus of Appalachian State University, began its third year on Monday providing the industry with talented young broadcasters. Formerly the Kellar Radio Farm System Institute, the institute has adjusted its name to attract, train and coach students who have a passion for the broadcast industry, as...
From Radio World, July 15, 2009 Formerly known as the Kellar Radio Farm System Institute, the newly christened Kellar Radio Talent Institute is a cooperative project with the Department of Communication of Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C. It is designed to teach the future broadcasters of tomorrow; the latest class is underway at present. The “Institute...
Posted July 15, 2009 at 9:01 am · By ASU News Filed under Communication, Community, Events, General, Today BOONE—The Murphy in the Morning Show team from WKZL 107.5 FM in Greensboro/Winston-Salem will broadcast live from Appalachian State University’s Plemmons Student Union from 6 to 9 a.m. Friday, July 17. On Monday, July 20, Brian Freeman of News/Talk...
From Inside Radio, July 15, 2009 Appalachian State University is hosting a ten-day program for 15 students who have a passion for broadcasting. It’s the third year for the Kellar Radio Talent Institute, which puts industry veterans in front of the next generation. This year’s list of guest lecturers includes owners George Beasley and Don Curtis, as well as...
July 15, 2009 at 4:43 AM (PT) From AllAccess.com The KELLAR RADIO TALENT INSTITUTE, on the campus of APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY, has begun its third successful year providing the industry with talented young broadcasters. Formerly the KELLAR RADIO FARM SYSTEM INSTITUTE, the Institute has adjusted its name to clearly communicate the INSTITUTE's mission: to attract, train...
by Tom Taylor | tom@in3media.com | 609.883.3321 Thursday, July 16th 2009 This is Year Three of the very professional Summer curriculum put on at Boone’s Appalachian State University and named in honor of EZ Communications’ Art Kellar. Programming consultant Dan Vallie is the director of the program, and he’s imported a real-world teaching staff of group...
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