Student radio station Rider receives Marconi Award nomination
LAWRENCEVILLE, NJ – Rider University student radio station has been nominated for the 2021 National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Radio Award, the University said Thursday.
This is the second consecutive nomination for 107.7 The Bronc WRRC-FM. The radio station, run exclusively by Rider students, is competing with four other stations to be named the best college radio station of the year. The winners will be announced on October 13 at the Marconi Reception, held on the 2021 Radio Show in Las Vegas.
“We are delighted to be nominated for the second year in a row,” said John Mozes, station general manager, in a statement.
“We work very hard at The Bronc to provide our students with genuine, engaged, real-world learning experiences, and I am extremely pleased that their hard work, dedication, passion and excellence are recognized by all. broadcasting community. ”
Rider’s radio station is consistently recognized as one of the top-ranked college radio stations in the state and nation, the University said. In 2015, 2016 and 2017, The Bronc received the award for “Best College Radio Station” by the New Jersey Broadcasters Association.
In 2020, the radioand modernized the studio with all new digital audio production equipment. The new studio includes three versatile on-air studios and production rooms where students can produce professional shows, announcements, promotions, scans, news, and more.
The National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Radio Awards was established in 1989 and is named after the inventor and Nobel Prize winner Guglielmo Marconi. The awards recognize stations and individuals for their excellence and performance on radio and television.
The radio station is currently raising funds to send students for the announced Marconi Radio Award. To donate, visit rider.edu/WRRCtoVegas.
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