Rowan Radio Wins Two In BEA’s 2015 Festival Of Media Arts Competition

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Melissa Friend & Christian Oberly at the 2014 WGLS-FM Banquet.

Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM earned a pair of awards in the Festival of Media Arts competition presented by Broadcast Education Association.

The Rowan Report, an hour-long news program centered on local, national, and world news, grabbed second-place recognition in the Best Newscast category for BEA’s Student News competition.

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Rowan Radio Documentary On Autism Airs Thursday

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Coming up on Thursday, January 8 at 5:30 p.m., Rowan Radio will air its latest documentary titled “Living With Autism: A Different Way of Live.”

Produced by Rowan University students Jennifer O’Donnell, Michael Stoever, and Blake Doughty, the program details the issues that children have when diagnosed with autism and how it potentially affects millions people around the world.

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Rowan Football Visits Johns Hopkins In NCAA Tournament On WGLS-FM

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Rowan University Football faces Johns Hopkins University in the opening round of the NCAA tournament this Saturday at noon on Rowan Radio.

The first-ever meeting between the two schools finds Rowan making the trek to Baltimore to take on Johns Hopkins – the nation’s seventh-ranked team, according to D3Football.com.

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Danielle Fishel Appears On Studio 89.7

PaulTopangaRowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello welcomes actress and author Danielle Fishel to the program to talk about her new book “Normally This Would be Cause for Concern,” and her return to television on the Disney Channel’s “Girl Meets World,” which is a spin-off of her 90’s ABC-TV hit series “Boy Meets World.”

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Online Dating Doc Wins First Place At CBI National Convention

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“Online Dating: There’s an App for That?” won first place at the College Broadcasters Incorporated national convention in Seattle last Saturday.

The program, which highlights the rise of online dating through various interviews with industry experts, received first place honors in the Best Documentary/Public Affairs category for CBI’s annual National Student Production Awards.

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