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Sunday, April 12 • 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Your College Radio Station: Programming, Promoting and Recruiting - The Saga Continues!

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This popular panel returns to BEA ‘15 with more college radio Station Managers/PDs/Faculty Advisors sharing some of their best practices, experiences (=read: "lessons learned the hard ways"), and advice! If you are in charge of a college radio station, need recruitment tips, looking to make a splash in your community with a killer promotion, or want to revitalize your programming, this panel will address several questions: When & how do you know to adjust your progamming choices? How do you best recruit and train your students? Feel to bring copies of your own station’s handbooks, training documents or procedure/policy manuals and share with other colleges! What are some creative and cost-effective promotions that have worked with your target demo or increased sampling/cume? Our experienced panelists will answer these questions and discuss their own experiences, but we hope you bring your ideas, questions, and best practices to share! You’ll walk away full of practical ideas ready to implement at your station as soon as you get home!
Moderator: Albert Kim, Manchester Community College
Panelists: Jennifer Williamson, Virginia State University
Chad Roberts, Central Michigan University
Jim Gray, St. Cloud State University
Thomas J. Vesci, Asnuntuck Community College Moderator: Albert Kim, Manchester Community College
Panelists: Jim Gray, Saint Cloud State University
Chad J. Roberts, Central Michigan University; Panelists: Jennifer Williamson, Virginia State University; Panelists: Thomas J. Vesci, Asnuntuck Community College

Sunday April 12, 2015 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Conference Room 5/6

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