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From Radio & Records Publisher's Profile By Erica Farber Dan Vallie has had a fruitful career as a programming executive and, since 1988, as founder of one of radio’s most successful programming consultancies. Returning from vacation, he and his wife of 37 years decided to make a lifestyle change and move to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina....
From The High Country Press, July 26, 2007 issue Sixteen communication majors at ASU attended the inaugural Kellar Radio Farm System Institute hosted by the ASU Department of Communication. During the 10-day institute, students heard from a variety of broadcast professionals including James K. Flynn, a 1977 ASU graduate and former radio personality, and Ray Mariner,...
From The Applachian Online by Brandon Brown Intern Staff Reporter Appalachian State University students interested in pursuing a career in radio broadcasting have an opportunity to ga the upper hand on their competition with the newly formed Kellar Radio Broadcasting System Institute. The intensive 10-day program began on July 8 and ran until Tuesday July 17. Hosted by...
Posted July 16, 2007 at 3:40 pm · By ASU News. Filed under Communication, General BOONE—Seventeen communication majors at Appalachian State University attended the inaugural Kellar Radio Farm System Institute hosted by the Department of Communication. During the 10-day institute, students heard from a variety of broadcast professionals including James K....
From Radio & Records, August 4, 2006 By Dan Vallie Radio should have a farm system to grow and bring in new, intelligent, well-rounded, talented and passionate young broadcasters. It’s as simple as that. And it’s an idea whose time has come. I have been in radio for over 36 years, and it seem I have always heard concern from people in the industry who ask...
From Watauga Democrat, July 10 2006 By ASU News Service Appalachian State University has received a $500,000 commitment from the Kellar Family Foundation in Alexandria, Va., to create the Kellar Farm System Institute in its Department of Communication. The program is being established as a farm system for future radio broadcasters and wil be directed by one of the radio...
Posted July 3, 2006 at 9:49 am · By ASU News Filed under Communication, General, Gifts & Grants BOONE – Appalachian State University has received a $500,000 commitment from The Kellar Family Foundation in Alexandria, Va., to create the Kellar Radio Farm System Institute in its Department of Communication. The program is being established as a farm system...
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