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Jenkins--Carl R. (Broadcast Services Staff)

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1 UNI Museum Herb Hake exhibit
Flanders--Anna (Student--2017), Barikor--Leziga (Student--2015)
Northern Iowan 114:10, p.05
9/28/2017 The UNI Museum displayed the works of Herb Hake on September 24. Hake was an artist as well as a radio broadcaster at UNI. The event displayed some of his works as well as student artists who attempted to recreate his style by creating caricatures of staff and students; photo.
2 Chalk artist Herb Hake exhibit
Mazzarella--Allison (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:8, p.04
9/21/2017 UNI Rod Library hosts an exhibition for chalk artist and UNI professor Herb Hake; photo.
3 Martians on the march send the nation into a panic!!!
Public Relations News Release 1988:113, p.1
10/24/1988 50th anniversary of "War of the Worlds." Remake of the radio program is being made. Carl Jenkins says the radio show was one of the first examples of the power of radio and the orginal broadcast is still popular, and often requested every October 30.
4 KUNI rated No. 1 in the nation
Goodwin--Valerie (Student--1985)
Northern Iowan 82:4, p.1
9/13/1985 Ranked no. 1 for stations with potential audiences of 150,000; Carl Jenkins talks about the attractive programming.
5 Northern Iowa's Public Radio Station, Kuni, Rated Top in its Marker by Arbitron
Public Relations News Release 1985:26, p.1
9/10/1985 The workers at KUNI-FM believe the reason why they have so many listeners is because they have more live broadcasts, the "Morning Edition," and the verity of music.
6 KUNI hits difficult times
Brown--Molly (Student--1983-1984)
Northern Iowan 80:2, p.1
8/30/1983 Carl Jenkins and Doug Vernier talk about KUNI's financial position; photo.
7 How to move two radio stations
Jarvis--Wayne N. (Broadcast Services Staff)
Alumnus 63:3, p.18
9/1/1978 Signs off from Auditorium location on June 2; back on air in Speech-Art Complex in twelve hours; photo.
8 Samuels, Glenn, and Jenkins give final lyceum programs
Northern Iowan 72:55, p.3
5/4/1976 Brief descriptions of upcoming lectures.
9 KUNI suffers damages
Northern Iowan 71:49, p.4
4/15/1975 Tower sustains several thousand dollars in damage in ice storm.
10 KUNI, public radio goes "on the air"
Northern Iowan 70:35, p.1
2/22/1974 KUNI will begin broadcasting in late February or early March at 90.9 megahertz; KHKE will leave air with plans to revive it later this year.
11 Words and Voices
Northern Iowan 70:11, p.6
10/19/1973 Carl Jenkins will read short stories.
12 KTCF is on
Northern Iowan 68:56, p.4
6/16/1972 Stronger signal interfered with Channel 7; problem seems to be resolved.
13 KYTC: campus radio
UNI Quarterly 1:2, p.60
1/1/1970 A look at the programming and facilities of the station, which was started in 1955; photo.
14 KYTC expands program under management of Jenkins
College Eye 56:3, p.4
9/29/1961 Carl Jenkins and Russ Davis talk about KYTC programming.
15 100 positions open at KYTC
College Eye 56:1, p.4
9/15/1961 No experience necessary.
16 Jenkins to be KYTC manager
College Eye 52:27, p.6
4/21/1961 List of other staff members; photo.
17 Student fees: where your money goes
Phillips--Sandy (Class of 1962)
College Eye 52:16, p.3
1/20/1961 A breakdown of where student fees go; photo.
18 Variety Keynotes KYTC
Old Gold 0:0, p.165
6/1/1960 Under the supervision of Herbert Hake, the KYTC radio station on campus is ran entirely by the student workers. The station played music, sporting events, and helps the student body stay informed of the happenings around campus. This year they presented a Humanities marathon for the benefit of those enrolled in the course.
19 Leonard Sandvik KYTC manager
College Eye 51:29, p.1
5/13/1960 Roster of other station staff.
20 New band uniforms
Alumnus 44:4, p.11
12/1/1959 Members model new uniforms; photo.
21 New band uniforms
College Eye 51:4, p.5
10/9/1959 Band members model uniforms; photo.
22 Concert Band Tours Iowa and Minnesota
Old Gold 0:0, p.143
6/1/1959 The Iowa State Teachers College Concert Band played for concerts, the ISEA convention in Des Moines, and for home basketball games; they also performed at convocations and commencement; photo.
23 Marching Band Performs at Augustana
Old Gold 0:0, p.142
6/1/1959 The Marching Band had been through long hours of practice, halftime shows at football games, Homecoming activities, and parades; one highlight was the presentation of the halftime show at Augustana; photo.
24 Orchestra Helps Promote Campus Culture
Old Gold 0:0, p.141
6/1/1959 The Teachers College Symphony Orchestra hosts a fall, winter, and spring concert; the spring concert is given by student members, who are featured as soloists; the production of the operetta Kiss Me Kate was one of this year's highlights; photo.

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