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Simmons College Radio nominated for national broadcast awards

Simmons College Radio has received three nominations for broadcast excellence from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS). The station has been named a national finalist for:

Most Innovative Programming in College Radio - "Globalization on a Shoestring" [UPDATE: Globalization on a Shoestring won 1st place!]

Best Live Music Broadcast - "The Jon Herington Band"


Watch The Jon Herington Band perform in the Trustman Art Gallery

Best Celebrity Interview - "CK Our Way & Alexz Johnson"

The winners in each category will be announced March 3 at the 72nd Annual Intercollegiate Broadcasting System International Radio & Webcasting Conference in New York.

IBS has announced that the station also will be presented with a "Golden Microphone Award for Broadcast Excellence" for the third year in a row.

This year's national competition drew close to 250 entries from more than two dozen colleges and universities including, Northwestern, Hofstra, and DePaul.

For more information, contact station manager Len Mailloux. Be sure to like Simmons College Radio on Facebook and listen live at www.backbone.com/simmons.


Posted by Amanda Voodre


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