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Len Mailloux

Len Mailloux
Associate Professor of Practice
Library Building - L318

Office Hours:

Mondays 11:30-12:30 & 2-3pm; Tuesdays & Thursdays 3-5pm

Len Mailloux brings a lifetime of radio and broadcast writing experience to the courses he teaches in the Communications Department. He teaches Broadcast Writing, Radio Operations, Media & The First Amendment, and Virtual Study Abroad: Globalization on a Shoestring.

Len received his M. Ed. from Cambridge College after a 30 year career in the broadcast industry. He has worked as a News Director/Anchor and Programmer in such major markets as Dallas, TX. and Boston, MA.

He also does a wide array of voice-over work for clients such as Mitsubishi, Motorola, Boston University Medical Center, Comcast and has recorded close to two dozen audio books for the Library of Congress in Washington.

 Len is acting Chairman of the Board of the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System, which represents close to one thousand college and high school radio stations across the country.