Producer Chet Green with Dr. Gregory Potter Sr. at the WGLS-FM studios.
Coming up on Friday, May 22 at 5 p.m., Rowan Radio will “WGLS-FM: 50 Years and Counting,” a special documentary examining the station’s history.
Produced by Rowan University students Chet Green, Nick DeFeo, and Brittney Hawkins, the hour-long documentary features a look back at the station’s storied history that began back in 1964 through historical clips and interviews with WGLS-FM alumni and advisers including Michael Donovan, Frank Hogan, Dr. Gregory Potter Sr., and more.
If you missed out on the historic Rowan University Commencement 2015 ceremonies, here is a your chance to play catch up.
The celebration of nearly 4,000 graduates featured multiple Commencement speakers that captivated and educated those in attendance throughout last week.
Dr. Michael Eric Dyson with African American Profile host Omarey Williams last January.
A special edition of the African American Profile received a Hermes Creative Award in the organization’s international competition on Friday.
Days after winning an Award of Distinction in The Communicator Awards, the African American Profile earned a Hermes Creative Platinum Award in the competition’s Radio Program category.
Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM won three Communicator Awards for radio programming and online video production on Tuesday from the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts.
Living with Autism: A Different Way of Life, a 30-minute documentary, won an Award of Distinction for production. Created by Jennifer O’Donnell, Blake Doughty, and Michael Stoever, the program focuses on autism’s impact on society through interviews with experts, parents, and siblings.
Singer and songwriter Judy Collins joins Greg May and Matty K for a special edition of Saturday Night at the Oldies tonight at 8 on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM.
Living with Autism: A Different Way of Life, a WGLS-FM documentary about autism, won first place in Garden State Journalists Association’s annual awards competition on Thursday.
The 30-minute documentary received first place in the organization’s Radio Feature category. Living with Autism toppled public radio stations throughout the New York/New Jersey area in the competition for the victory.
Last Saturday, three WGLS-FM members were honored at Rowan University’s College of Communication and Creative Arts Student Showcase and Awards Ceremony.