From a yearbook to a radio station to a literary arts magazine to two newspapers, Student Media provides and allows space for the student voice to be heard.
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WKNC 88.1 FM raised $6,000 from its Double Barrel Benefit 13 event, an annual two-night concert that serves as one of the station’s primary fundraisers. Money raised from events like this account for about 14%
WKNC 88.1 FM raised $6,000 from its Double Barrel Benefit 13 event, an annual two-night concert that serves as one of the station’s primary fundraisers. Money raised from events like this account for about 14% of WKNC’s annual operating budget.
Student Media Associate Director Jamie Lynn Gilbert was appointed to the College Broadcasters, Inc.’s board of directors for a one-year term as secretary, effective December 1, 2015.
NC State Student Media announces the promotion of Jamie Lynn Gilbert to Associate Director, effective June 1. Gilbert has served in the assistant coordinator/director role since May 2006. Gilbert handles assessment efforts for the department,
WKNC 88.1 FM at NC State and Radio K, student-run radio at University of Minnesota, have joined forces to release “All Summer No Bummer,” a collaborative mixtape featuring 20 summery songs from North Carolina and
Four Student Media websites were recognized in the third annual NC State Global Accessibility Awareness Day Challenge, a month-long contest designed to promote accessibility throughout the campus and improve the accessibility of campus websites. WKNC
A group of WKNC students placed second in NC State Libraries’ inaugural Code+Art Student Visualization Contest. Sponsored by Christie Digital systems, the competition called for students to create large-scale, data-driven “generative artwork” for display on
WKNC 88.1 FM has launched a newly designed website, wknc.org. This effort is the first major overhaul of the website since 2007 and features a modular, mobile-responsive design. “For a school with such a large engineering
N.C. State Student Media received 12 national Gold Circle awards from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Now in its 29th year, the contest attracted more than 10,000 entries from student-produced newspapers and magazines at high schools and