Earlier today, on Twitter, the K-State Alumni Association asked if any of their followers knew of someone who had worked for K-State’s radio station. A…First Woman to do Color Commentary in a Football Game ::::
Be part of history, listen to the Wildcat World of Sports as we talk to our own Lindsay McNary about being the first woman…
On Tuesday, April 2, Wildcat 9.19 attended the Kansas Association of Broadcasters award ceremony in Topeka. This was an all-day event with a career fair and round-table discussions with different broadcast professionals from all around Kansas. Congratulations to the following people from Wildcat 9.19 on their awards!
On Wednesday, April 24, local acts will begin performing at 8pm. To learn more about the competition and how to participate, you can find more information at www.thehypeweekly.com.
The Hype Weekly, Manhattan Music Coalition, NueWave Recording and Wildcat 91.9 have partnered up with Aggie Central Station (formerly Longhorns) to start up an Open Mic Night open to any local artist or band, whatever genre they may be, that are interested in getting up on stage and performing. The open mic nights will take place on Wednesdays every week from 8-10pm. Following the open mic session is a new installment called Local Love, which will be a feature of different local bands each week.
Public Occurrences, Episode 20: KAB Awards, March 29, 2013
KSDB won several awards from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters. Jason Beets announces our winning entries and interviews Eddie Grier, one of KSDB’s award winners, about his work in KSDB’s sports department. The show also covers Easter celebrations around the world, the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, and the arrival of 3 new residents to the International Space Station. It also features world news from Israel, Libya, and Kenya.