The Independent Weekly named WKNC 88.1FM, N.C. State’s student radio station as the best college radio station in the triangle June 8. WKNC was also a finalist in the category of non-profit radio.
Author: Bradley Wilson
On Nov. 24, 2003, WKNC 88.1 FM was granted a license by the Federal Communications Commission to serve the public interest as a public trustee until Dec. 1, 2011. The station’s license will expire on
As part of the transparency of our organization, each year, we post our annual report online. The annual report is one of several reports we are required to produce each year. It is submitted to
Chris Hondros at N.C. State last spring. Photos by Tim O’Brien.
The national Society for Collegiate Journalists announced results of the individual and media winners in that organization’s national contest. NCSU media outlets, including the Technician, Agromeck and WKNC had individuals who received awards. The Agromeck
The Agromeck yearbook (edited by Bryant Robbins and Michele Chandler) and Windhover literary and arts magazine (edited by Helen Dear) both received Crown awards and were the only North Carolina college media outlets named as finalists
Efforts by student radio station WKNC 88.1 FM to increase its audience across the N.C. State campus have apparently paid off, according to a recent listener survey. Conducted in the fall 2010 semester, the survey
At the fourth-annual statewide convention of the North Carolina College Media Association 13 individual N.C. State students received awards and three media outlets placed in the Best of Show competition. Individual staff members of the
The Associated Collegiate Press named the 2010 Agromeck yearbook edited by Bryant Robbins and Michele Chandler a finalist for its top award — the Pacemaker. “It’s an honor to be named a finalist. It’s nice
Joshua Chappell and Brooke Wallig are the newest recipients of the Technician grant, a $1,000 grant for students with fewer than 36 hours who serve staff positions on the daily student newspaper and who plan