NC State Student Media’s organizations and contributors won a combined 21 awards and honorable mentions in the North Carolina College Media Association’s 2015 student media competition. Agromeck brought home 11 awards in the Yearbook division:
WKNC students led two educational sessions at College Broadcasters, Inc.’s third annual National Student Electronic Media Convention Oct. 23-25, 2014 in Seattle.
Student Media took home 10 individual and organizational awards at the National College Media Convention Oct. 29-Nov. 2 in Philadelphia. Co-hosted by Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) and College Media Association (CMA), the convention brought together 2,000+ attendees to learn about college media and honor student-produced work.
In just 12 months, WKNC’s The Lounge video series has grown from a neat idea to an award-winning production with more than 20,000 YouTube views. WKNC celebrated The Lounge’s first birthday Oct. 25 by winning Best Vodcast in College Broadcasters, Inc.’s National Student Production awards.
WKNC’s weekly public affairs show “Eye on the Triangle” will air a special Diversity Education Week themed episode on Tuesday, Oct. 21. The hour-long program will feature an introduction to Renee Wells, the new director of N.C. State’s GLBT Center.
CollegeMagazine.com lauded WKNC’s commitment to local music, highlighting its Local Band Local Beer weekly concert series and daily “Local Lunch” programming.
For the second year in a row, WKNC 88.1 FM has earned three nominations in College Music Journal’s College Radio Awards. Now in their 10th year, the CMJ college radio awards honor college stations and
WKNC 88.1 FM’s dedication to communicating across multiple platforms has earned recognition in College Broadcasters, Inc.’s National Student Production Awards. The radio station was named a finalist in two categories in CBI’s annual contest to
Student Media Technology Support Analyst Doug Flowers was among several recipients of the spring 2014 “Pride of the Wolfpack” award. Flowers was nominated by Leslie Dare, technology services director for the Division of Academic and
WKNC 88.1 FM, whose 25,000 watt signal covers the entire Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area, has once again earned Independent Weekly’s award for Best College Radio Station in its annual Best of the Triangle readers choice poll.