KCMU Wins Bronze Microphone Award
Four students from Central's radio station, KCMU, are finalists in the yearly Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) Awards Program, announced Dr. Kristin Cherry, assistant professor of communication at CMU.
The IBS has also honored KCMU with its Bronze Microphone Award for Outstanding Broadcasting Excellence.
One CMU finalist is for the category of Best Station Promo. Titled "College Road Trip to CMU," it was produced by Michael Tevaga, a junior from Waipaha, Hawaii, with an undeclared major.
A second finalist is in the category of Best Event Promo. It is titled "Zombie Rampage 5K" and was produced by sophomore Kelsey Forqueran, a political science major from Malta Bend.
The third production finalist is for the Best Public Service Promotion/Event. The submission "SIFE Recycling Program" was produced by Nathaniel Oliver and Tyler Winn. Oliver is a senior communication studies major from Republic; Winn is a senior political science major from St. Louis.
Award winners will be named at a special IBS event in New York City on Saturday, March 2, and the Bronze Microphone Award will be presented at the same time.
Dr. Cherry is the faculty advisor of the KCMU radio station.
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