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51 Niche Radio finds a home on the Web
Public Relations News Release 2000:135, p.1
10/30/2000 More and more radio stations have followings on the Web, according to Chris Martin.
52 Radio station leaves Earth for cyberspace
Public Relations News Release 2000:62, p.1
9/11/2000 Web-only radio stations are beginning to make their appearance.
53 "Dr. Laura" should drop "Dr." from name
Northern Iowan 96:60, p.4
7/14/2000 Believes since Dr. Laura Schlesinger's doctorate is in physiology and not psychology, she should not be using the "Dr." in her name on radio show.
54 Hartzell: new facility a must for Panther athletics
Coss--Matthew R. (Class of 2000)
Northern Iowan 96:13, p.18
10/12/1999 New Director of Athletics Rick Hartzell discusses need for arena, other new facilities, and better media coverage of UNI sports; photo. [Second of two parts; part 1 in Northern Iowan, 10/8/99, p. 14.]
55 KUNI rules, KGRK is another story
Northern Iowan 95:11, p.6
10/6/1998 KUNI radio station plays a good variety of music, while KGRK plays only the current hits.
56 KUNI, KGRK radio lacking variety, student appeal
Patocka--Jason (Class of 2000)
Northern Iowan 95:10, p.5
10/2/1998 Columnist believes KUNI and KGRK radio stations need more variety.
57 Changing the way we communicate: the first radio broadcast
Public Relations News Release 1997:171, p.1
1/8/1998 UNI Assistant Professor of Political Science Chris Martin remarks on the first radio broadcast.
58 105.7 KOKZ changes tastes
Northern Iowan 93:38, p.3
2/21/1997 105.7 KOKZ radio station is now playing classic oldies.
59 Administrative reorganization
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.201
7/1/1995 President Maucker seeks to resolve matters of faculty governance and authority; organizes and establishes administrative lines for units in Division of Field Services.
60 Radio and television at Iowa State Teachers College
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.163
7/1/1995 The beginnings of radio and television at the college, including the controversy with KXEL.
61 Services extending beyond the campus: Extension Service; Continuing Education; the church; the UNI Foundation
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.359
7/1/1995 Extension services designed to meet needs of growing enrollment; efforts in radio and television; a brief history of the last years of the CHIC; early efforts of the UNI Foundation; photo.
62 Local stations need diversity; forgetting the needs of all sports fans¿
Johnston--Matthew A. (Class of 1995)
Northern Iowan 91:45, p.13
3/10/1995 Believes local stations devote too much time to high school sports.
63 Public radio on the endangered list
Northern Edition 3:2, p.5
1/25/1995 Potential effects of cuts in public funding on public radio.
64 KBBG fund-raiser supports diversity in radio
Northern Edition 2:22, p.5
10/5/1994 History and description of programming of Waterloo radio station KBBG.
65 Radio program designed to help small businesses
Northern Iowan 89:62, p.1
7/9/1993 Program offers advice and counseling.
66 Panther baseball broadcast on KCFI
Northern Iowan 88:43, p.16
3/6/1992 UNI baseball games will be broadcast on KCFI radio.
67 UNI students produce new radio show through KHKE
Havlik--Carey A. (Class of 1993)
Northern Iowan 88:18, p.5
11/1/1991 Show features UNI people and events.
68 Student-run radio station tries to expand
Lizak--Michael J. (Class of 1993)
Northern Iowan 88:9, p.8
10/1/1991 Needs funds for better transmitter; photo.
69 New and expanded curricula and services (1913 through April, 1917); the Claxton Commission
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.318
7/1/1990 The college expands its services to include extension, rural education, Bible study, student health, and dormitories; a close look at the Claxton Commission Report and the Inside Survey; photo.
70 University of Northern Iowa producing radio series on early childhood education
Public Relations News Release 1989:468, p.1
3/14/1990 Professor Ann Federlein hosts a series of radio segments on learning disabilities, self esteem, and learning styles of diverse cultures. The segments are produced by the Office of Public Relations and the Regents' Center for Early Developmental Education.
71 Radio program designed to reach parents
Northern Iowa Today 18:1, p.12
3/1/1990 Center produces series of fifteen minute programs on topics in education.
72 Top awards in district communications recognition program again go to University of Northern Iowa's Office of Public Relations
Public Relations News Release 1989:361, p.1
1/25/1990 The Council for Advancement and Support of Education awards the Office of Public Relations with the Exceptional Achievement Award, as well as two awards of merit. Awards were received for exceptional electronic media.
73 Bowlsby: radio rights to KOEL good for UNI
Northern Iowan 86:26, p.16
12/5/1989 Bob Bowlsby talks about the new contract.
74 KOEL gets rights to UNI games
Northern Iowan 86:25, p.16
12/1/1989 KOEL obtained exclusive rights to all UNI football and basketball games.
75 Position announcement.
Public Relations News Release 1988:457, p.1
6/6/1988 Position title: broadcast news editor. Primary function, characteristic duties and responsibilites listed.
76 Board authorizes University of Northern Iowa to proceed with Bender window improvements, approves other business
Public Relations News Release 1987:323, p.1
3/24/1988 The Board of Regents approves maintenance projects for Bender and the Auditorium, as well as the destruction of a house and garage on University property to be used for additional parking. An agreement for use of the KUNI translator is made.
77 University of Northern Iowa student radio station KCRS accepting applications for management positions for next year
Public Relations News Release 1987:304, p.1
3/10/1988 Professor Jonathan Hall announces that KCRS is accepting applications for several positions, including program director, general manager, production supervisor, and chief engineer. Applications are available in Maucker Union, CAC, and the Auditorium.
78 University of Northern Iowa student radio station KCRS to sponsor trivia contest
Public Relations News Release 1987:289, p.1
3/1/1988 KCRS organizes their sixth twenty-four hour trivia contest. Questions will be aired every fifteen minutes with varying point values. The top four teams of at least two members are eligible for prizes.
79 Regents approve Northern Iowa public radio translator for Mason City area, fee schedules, receive SBAC plan, other business
Public Relations News Release 1987:225, p.1
1/20/1988 The Board of Regents approves licensing for KHKE-FM's translator to be placed near Mason City. Funding for the translator is provided by the Small Business Assistance Center. The Board also approves tuition and fee schedules.
80 Office of Public Relations Holiday Package
Public Relations News Release 1987:187, p.1
12/22/1987 The Office of Public Relations' Vicki Grimes sends a holiday package of news stories to their media representatives.
81 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:178, p.1
12/16/1987 Ivan Eland offers winter survival tips. Ann Vernon gives suggestions on dealing with difficult family relationships. Jonathan Lu gives a realistic depiction of the Christmas story. The Radio News Network shuts down for Christmas.
82 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:179, p.1
12/16/1987 David Walker outlines Iowa's early attempts at statehood. Donald Whitnah and Tom Ryan list their top five news stories of the year. Dave Whitsett suggests strategies for keeping New Year resolutions. The Radio News Network shuts down for New Year's Day.
83 Governor declares Saturday (Nov. 7) Public Broadcasting Day in response to efforts at KUNI/KHKE support group at Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1987:125, p.1
11/4/1987 Governor Branstad declares the birth of Public Broadcasting Day to recognize the signing of the Public Broadcasting Act. The act resulted in the creation of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, formed under Lyndon B. Johnson.
84 UNI student radio station KCRS now broadcast in metro community
Public Relations News Release 1987:59, p.1
10/1/1987 KCRS General Manager Colin Lamb outlines the new broadcasting schedule for metro listeners. The new schedule includes sports coverage from the station's direct link in the UNI-Dome, interviews with coaches, and controversial issue oriented programs.
85 KWLO to air UNI games
Northern Iowan 84:1, p.22
8/25/1987 Radio station KWLO will air UNI games.
86 United States Constitution bicentennial public service announcement
Public Relations News Release 1987:382, p.1
5/28/1987 Participating Iowan radio stations receive recordings of a twelve hour public service announcement commemorating the anniversary of the United States Constitution.
87 United States Constitution bicentennial
Public Relations News Release 1987:378, p.1
5/21/1987 A twelve-hour public service announcement is presented by Iowan radio stations through the university to commemorate the anniversary of the United States Constitution.
88 Topless radio makes comeback
Northern Iowan 83:58, p.11
5/5/1987 Byron Renz talks about a trend in radio to use suggestive and off-color programming.
89 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:328, p.1
4/16/1987 Radio News Network 'Broadcast Briefs' summarize the five weekly stories broadcast by UNIRNN. The briefs can be accessed through a toll-free number Monday through Friday.
90 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:285, p.1
3/26/1987 Counselors discuss factors causing the hightened rates of suicides in the age range of fifteen to twenty-four. Handicapped students discuss accomodations for people of their condition. School officials evaluate increasing rate of auto accidents.
91 Radio News Network announcements
Public Relations News Release 1987:273, p.1
3/17/1987 Professor Dennis Clayson explains a correlation between physical stature and success. Mona Smith instructs an "Eater's Choice" class for healthy dieting. Prof. John Somervill discusses hyperactive children. Joanne Spaide discusses sports nutrition.
92 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:259, p.1
3/11/1987 Barb Krieg relays results of cholesterol screenings. Professor James Robinson explains the origin of St. Patrick's Day. Barbara Jones explains court rulings in Alabama regarding censorship. Murphy the Moose visits area gradeschools.
93 Radio News Network Announcements
Public Relations News Release 1987:240, p.1
2/25/1987 JoAnn Cummings provides guidance to undergraduates above the age of twenty-five. The American Red Cross and the Black Hawk County Health Department dispel several myths about AIDS. Students attempt to raise awareness to the farm crisis.
94 University of Northern Iowa Radio News Network
Public Relations News Release 1987:224, p.1
2/18/1987 The Radio News Network hosts a series of five programs on patriotism, self-image, the Overseas Recruiting Fair, and college sports. The programs include commentary from Professors Nathaniel Richmond, Dennis Clayson, Larry Routh, and Sandra Williamson.
95 Panther Sports Network eyes future expansion
Northern Iowan 83:31, p.14
1/23/1987 Next year, the Panther Sports Network may include up to ten stations.
96 New radio pact for Panthers
Northern Iowan 83:2, p.17
8/29/1986 KCFI and KGCI will carry all football games this season.
97 Droll Dog
Northern Iowan 82:49, p.2
4/11/1986 Recounts listening to a Christian music radio station.
98 Experience is key to broadcasting jobs
Northern Iowan 82:41, p.14
3/7/1986 UNI graduate Polly Carver talks about her job as KOKZ-FM's "News Magazine" reporter.
99 Mason City to receive public radio extension
Northern Iowa Today 13:2, p.7
3/1/1985 Repeater station at NIACC will carry KUNI/KHKE signal.
100 KUNI/KHKE fundraiser a success; Hamlin cited for Mr. Grump
Alumnus 68:2, p.7
7/1/1984 $55,700 pledged; Peter Hamlin honored by CPB; photo.


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