Rowan Radio Wins Four Communicator Awards


Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM won four Communicator Awards on Wednesday in the organization’s 25th annual competition sanctioned by the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts.

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Everything Special Needs Joins Rowan Radio Talk Show Lineup


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Sue Shilling pictured with WGLS-FM Assistant Station Manager Leo Kirschner (left) and Station Manager Derek Jones (right) at the 2015 WGLS-FM Hall of Fame Banquet.

Everything Special Needs, a talk show focusing on parents in the special needs community, will air weekly on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM beginning Thursday, June 29 at 5 p.m.

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Coming Up Tonight On Rowan Radio’s Public Affair Show!

Avant is a magazine of literature and art on Rowan University’s campus run by undergraduates. It is published once a semester and is funded by the Student Government Association. The magazine is filled with poetry, short fiction and art all submitted. An editorial board decides what makes it into the magazine each semester. Avant meets every Thursday at 5 p.m. In Room 221B of the Student Center. For the full interview, tune in tonight to Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM

WGLS Public Affairs Director Jackson Baird sits down with Janet Loren and Steven Sirot. Loren and Sirot find themselves on the program to talk about their company, College Benefits Research Group, a group that demonstrates how a private and/or public education is affordable and attainable and allows hard-working families to hit a home run in finding the right school, academically, socially and financially, for their child. For the full interview tune in tonight to Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM. 

A Community Affair Covers The Life Of Clarence Miller

Guest host Erica Milbourne discusses the life and legacy of Clarence Miller on tonight’s edition of A Community Affair at 5 p.m.

Milbourne spoke with Rowan University alumna Dr. Lanetta Hamill, choral professor Dr. Chris Thomas, and Professor Miller’s widow, Lois.

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A Community Affair – 12/10

Coming up on A Community Affair tonight at 5:30 with WGLS-FM Public Affairs Director Matt Kazin, Bill Margaretta, President of the New Jersey State Safety Council stops by to talk about the importance of holiday safety.

Margaretta explains various hazards involving holiday objects and ways to avoid potential disasters so that you and your family can enjoy the holiday season.

To catch up on previous editions of A Community Affair, visit the station’s podcasts page at

A Community Affair – 12/3

Tonight’s edition of A Community Affair features Lindsey Giannini and Mike Kellenyi discussing the Don’t Text and Drive campaign with host and WGLS-FM Public Affairs Director Matt Kazin.

Giannini, who is Miss Atlantic County, spoke about what inspired her to start the campaign. In addition, Kellenyi, who works at Highway Safety Systems Inc., spoke about taking on Giannini’s project and how following the death of his daughter, it became his personal mission to help save lives by preventing distracted driving accidents.

If you missed it on 89.7, check it out online via Rowan Radio’s podcasts page for A Community Affair

A Community Affair – 11/26

Tonight at 5pm, A Community Affair with WGLS-FM Public Affairs Director Matt Kazin features an interview with Dr. Deanna Brann, who talked about her new book, Reluctantly Related: Secrets to Getting Along with Your Mother-in-Law or Daughter-in-Law.

Brann explained why some of these relationships are bad, why they happen and how they can be fixed.

You can catch up on previous editions of A Community Affair by visiting the podcasts page at

A Community Affair – 11/12

Coming up tonight at 5:00 on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM, A Community Affair features an interview with  WGLS-FM Public Affairs Director Matt Kazin and guest Don White, who talks about his book EMP Protection: What’s Next? 

They discuss ways people and the government can protect themselves and their communities against electromagnetic pulses.

You can catch up on previous editions of  A Community Affair by visiting the show’s podcasts page at