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Title Date Summary
101 KUNI/KHKE make friends while serving eastern Iowa
Alumnus 67:1, p.16
4/1/1983 A close look at the programming and its appeal to audiences; photo.
102 Computers on campus
Alumnus 66:2, p.4
5/1/1981 Broad survey of computer uses and needs on campus; photo.
103 Broadcasters make waves with UNI radio classes
Ogden--John R. (Student--1979-1981)
Northern Iowan 77:10, p.7
10/3/1980 Loren Buser and Clare Rampton will teach class in football broadcasting.
104 If reruns are too much, try one of these
Northern Iowan 77:4, p.8
9/12/1980 Gives alternative of watching public television, attending theatrical productions, and listening to the radio.
105 Ask the president
Northern Iowan 76:12, p.4
10/12/1979 President Jimmy Carter will field questions on the radio from citizens across the country
106 Versatile KUNI FM and its sister KHKE: high quality radio stations at UNI
Northern Iowan 76:8, p.8
9/28/1979 Although KUNI and KHKE have different types of programming, both provide excellent service.
107 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.
108 Fall moving date set for Speech-Art
Alumnus 62:3, p.6
9/1/1977 Departments will probably move into new facilities from October through December; photo.
109 Former ISTC student increases media scholarship
Alumnus 62:1, p.7
2/1/1977 Eugene Grossman adds $10,000 to fund; photo.
110 Brenden on KCRS
Northern Iowan 73:5, p.6
9/17/1976 Ann Brenden will present a Student Senate information program on KCRS.
111 CPB workshops
Northern Iowan 73:4, p.16
9/14/1976 Douglas Vernier and others will conduct four radio fund-raising workshops.
112 Iowa broadcasters herald UNI's First Man of Radio
Alumnus 61:3, p.3
9/1/1976 Herbert V. Hake enters Iowa Broadcasters Hall of Fame; photo.
113 Wants better radio
Northern Iowan 72:42, p.2
3/2/1976 Mark Sheffield urges the improvement of public radio and television.
114 Radio course offered
Northern Iowan 72:1, p.9
8/29/1975 Professor Day offers course on American poets over KUNI.
115 KHKE turns on to stereo
Alumnus 60:2, p.6
5/1/1975 Will increase power from 2000 to 8000 watts; will broadcast from new, taller tower.
116 Scholz named coordinator
Northern Iowan 71:18, p.8
11/1/1974 Professor Scholz discusses aims for instructional broadcasting program; photo.
117 Game broadcast
Northern Iowan 70:61, p.3
7/26/1974 No local station has picked up the football broadcast for this fall.
118 KUNI is on the air at last
Alumnus 59:2, p.13
5/1/1974 Signed on March 5, 1974; replaces KHKE, which signs back on April 1, 1974, as concert and fine arts station.
119 Simple minds and simple views
Northern Iowan 70:32, p.3
2/12/1974 Thoughts after listening to radio call-in show.
120 Fatal tower collapse delays new station
Alumnus 58:4, p.9
12/1/1973 Five killed in collapse of KCRG tower on which UNI's equipment was to have been installed; delays start of 100,000 watt public radio station.
121 UNI's first broadcaster ends versatile career
Alumnus 57:2, p.3
5/1/1972 Extensive biographical profile of Herbert Hake; Mr. Hake recounts his experiences; photo.
122 UNI Gets Regent Permission to Request More Power for FM Station
Public Relations News Release 1971:452, p.1
3/12/1971 The desire is to increase the toward power output of the KTCF station from 10 watts to 3000 watts.
123 Untitled
Northern Iowan 67:36, p.2
3/5/1971 Richard Nixon was in Iowa; Laos is under seige; KWWL cannot pronounce POCO; it was a weird week.
124 Tonight's game to be on KYTC
Northern Iowan 64:23, p.8
12/4/1967 UNI-ISU basketball game will be broadcast.
125 KTCF radio announces schedule
College Eye 64:2, p.4
9/15/1967 Includes Humanities lecture.
126 Musica Espanola on radio weekly during summer
College Eye 63:57, p.4
127 Prize-winning 'ham' speeds contact with 140 countries
Ager--Beatrice C. (Student--1965)
College Eye 59:8, p.4
10/30/1964 Profile of Gary Letchford and his experiences in operating a "ham" radio system; photo.
128 Not knowing Sig or 'Sig's Show' . . .
College Eye 57:10, p.2
11/16/1962 Radio station wants to dedicate a tune to the college.
129 Cagers on radio
College Eye 56:20, p.6
130 Cagers on radio
College Eye 56:18, p.7
131 KXEL to air games
College Eye 56:1, p.7
9/15/1961 Will broadcast both home and away games.
132 KXEL to air games
Alumnus 46:3, p.9
9/1/1961 Home and away games will be broadcast.
133 ISTC student named winner of poetry contest
Public Relations News Release 1960:382, p.1
5/2/1961 Connie Stimpson is named the third place winner of the college poetry award sponsored by the Iowa Poetry Association. Stimpson is member of the English club, KYTC radio staff, Sigma Alpha Iota, and future editor of the College Eye.
134 Former Professor J. O. Perrine built first Ames-Cedar Falls wireless
Alumnus 46:2, p.14
5/1/1961 Newsclipping recalls first transmission between President Seerley and President Pearson on March 16, 1917.
135 ISTC round-up for 1960
Public Relations News Release 1960:169, p.1
12/28/1960 Among the year's decisions by the Board of Regents are the movement of a non-teaching liberal arts program request to legislature, the integration of non-commerical KTCF programming, and the placement of new department heads.
136 New ISTC radio station KTCF goes on the air this fall
College Eye 52:1, p.1
9/16/1960 Herb Hake talks about the programming for KTCF-FM; photo.
137 ISTC to begin FM radio broadcasting
Public Relations News Release 1960:23, p.1
9/13/1960 Herbert Hake, director of television and radio, receives program test authority from the Federal Communications Commission. Programming will consist of classical music, courses such as Willard Reninger's "Introduction to Literature", and sporting events.
138 College FM station aided by Foundation funds
Alumnus 45:3, p.13
9/1/1960 KTCF will likely soon be on air at 88.1 at power of ten watts; programming scheduled for 5-8 PM Sunday through Friday will include athletic and music department events.
139 Emphasis changed in ISTC radio programs
Alumnus 45:3, p.15
9/1/1960 Programming will emphasize both the school room and general interest; television programming will be available over 3 stations.
140 ISTC announces changes in radio-TV programming
Public Relations News Release 1960:13, p.1
8/29/1960 Herbert Hake announces a new emphasis on mixed student and public interest in radio and television programming. KWWL and WOI-TV broadcast science and history programs on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
141 FM radio station completed at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:12, p.1
8/26/1960 Engineering and program testing begin for the KTCF radio station with hopes that the Federal Communications Commission will grant permission to begin broadcasting by September 12.
142 Physical Plant helps ISTC expand like firecracker
College Eye 51:34, p.2
7/1/1960 Lengthy look at the work of the physical plant workers; photo.
143 ISTC to have radio voice in Cedar Falls-Waterloo area
College Eye 51:25, p.3
4/1/1960 Ten-watt transmitter purchased; new station will broadcast educational and college programs locally; to be staffed by college personnel, not students.
144 FM station OK's by Board of Regents
Alumnus 45:1, p.7
2/1/1960 Grant permission to apply for construction permit for educational station.
145 Construction permit granted for FM radio station at TC
College Eye 51:16, p.1
1/22/1960 Would concentrate on classical music and educational programming; would have limited broadcast schedule; would be funded by ISTC Foundation.
146 ISTC radio originator notes campus changes
College Eye 51:1, p.2
9/18/1959 J. O. Perrine recalls early days of campus radio.
147 Radio-TV men wanted
College Eye 51:1, p.4
9/18/1959 For campus programming.
148 The fifth season
College Eye 50:13, p.2
12/12/1958 Discusses the commerciality of the holiday.
149 TC's school of the air begins on WOI
College Eye 50:2, p.7
9/19/1958 Schedule of programming.
150 TC music students in WOI recital
College Eye 49:37, p.1
7/18/1958 List of performers on the radio series.


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