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151 WOI features TC students
College Eye 49:34, p.3
6/20/1958 "The Student Spotlight" will feature ISTC music students.
152 'Messiah' excerpt broadcast today
College Eye 48:37, p.4
7/26/1957 Will feature old recordings.
153 Album program on radio today
College Eye 48:33, p.4
6/28/1957 Will re-broadcast older programs.
154 Mikado featured on radio today
College Eye 48:32, p.1
6/21/1957 Selections produced by ISTC students.
155 Field Services
Old Gold 0:0, p.34
6/1/1957 Field Services is categorized into five departments: Extension Service, Radio and TV, Placement Bureau, Alumni Affairs, and Public School Relations; photo.
156 KYTC, campus radio, changes frequency, management
Alumnus 40:2, p.2
5/1/1956 Change frequency from 555 to 565.
157 Campus radio becomes a reality
Alumnus 39:4, p.2
12/1/1955 KYTC expected to be on air regularly in winter quarter; studio construction underway in Auditorium; will carry news about college and provide laboratory for radio classes; will be heard in dormitories.
158 Radio station KYTC silent as studio construction halts
College Eye 47:1, p.1
9/9/1955 Equipment installation delayed until winter quarter.
159 Campus Radio Station Makes Tests
Old Gold 0:0, p.63
6/1/1955 Description of the testing of the capus radio station and who was involved in the development; photos.
160 KYTC operating policy
College Eye 46:26, p.2
4/15/1955 Text of the policy.
161 Baker, Seerley can now hear KYTC
College Eye 46:24, p.1
3/18/1955 Ready for second series of reception tests.
162 A new opportunity
Cias--Gerald W. (Student--1953)
College Eye 46:23, p.2
3/11/1955 New radio station KYTC and new creative literary insert in College Eye will begin soon.
163 Committee OK's more equipment for station KYTC
College Eye 46:22, p.1
3/4/1955 Tests in Bartlett Hall concluded; will order booster equipment for other dorms.
164 KYTC provides experience in broadcasting
College Eye 46:21, p.1
2/25/1955 Quick look at the radio survey class and their work on the new student radio station; photo.
165 KYTC presents daily test series beginning Monday
College Eye 46:20, p.1
2/18/1955 Will present series of programs, some of which will be produced by the radio class.
166 Untitled
Alumnus 39:1, p.Front Cover
2/1/1955 Joan Marie Plummer selected to ride in Rose Parade in connection with the "Queen for a Day" program; photo.
167 Dutchwoman investigates TC's educational radio program
College Eye 46:11, p.3
11/19/1954 Helen Verstegen visits campus.
168 'Studio Singers' present program
College Eye 46:3, p.1
9/24/1954 Four ISTC voice students perform on the radio.
169 Campus news briefs
College Eye 46:2, p.1
9/17/1954 President hears protests against removal of campus buckthorn hedge; SLB considering implementation of campus radio station.
170 News in brief
College Eye 45:38, p.4
7/23/1954 Quick news from around campus.
171 Radio committee announces plans
College Eye 45:32, p.1
5/28/1954 Committee submits plans for campus radio station to President Maucker.
172 Present campus radio station plans at SLB meeting Monday
College Eye 45:28, p.2
4/30/1954 The College Eye supports the proposed plan for the campus radio station.
173 Herb Hake works long hours puts TC on television, radio
Thayer--Donna (Student--1953)
College Eye 45:15, p.8
1/15/1954 Lengthy look at Herb Hakes busy schedule in producing television and radio shows; photo.
174 Amateur radio serves the national and the individual
College Eye 45:14, p.3
1/8/1954 A look at the radio civil defense system; photo.
175 J. W. Mitchell writes musical radio script
College Eye 45:13, p.1
12/18/1953 For the "Songs our Children Sing" program.
176 Sage gives radio talk on Europe
College Eye 45:10, p.8
11/13/1953 Brief schedule of other "Behind the Headlines" programs.
177 Radio programs aired over WOI
College Eye 45:5, p.3
10/9/1953 Six programs will be broadcast weekly.
178 Students question guest speakers
College Eye 44:25, p.4
3/27/1953 Produce radio program.
179 'Ham' station gives service
College Eye 44:3, p.5
9/26/1952 Frank Briden is operator.
180 Local station to sponsor Glen Miller Week tribute
College Eye 44:2, p.3
9/19/1952 Schedule of events.
181 TC radio program has troubles too!
College Eye 43:40, p.1
8/8/1952 Malfunctions interrupt broadcast.
182 The Line
College Eye 43:40, p.2
8/8/1952 Campus news and gossip.
183 Music program given over station WOI
College Eye 43:34, p.2
6/27/1952 Professors Russell and Baum will perform.
184 Special Services
Old Gold 0:0, p.20
6/1/1952 Photos are featured of various services on campus, such as Commons Food Service and the Radio Studio; photo.
185 Des Moines school radio station, KDPS, will air Teachers College programs
Alumnus 36:2, p.29
5/1/1952 Will re-broadcast three programs.
186 TC radio shows are re-broadcast
College Eye 43:24, p.7
4/4/1952 Three programs broadcast by Des Moines station.
187 Three 15-minute programs originating in the college radio studios will be re-broadcast over the new Des Moines public school FM radio station, KDPS
Public Relations News Release 1952:463, p.1
3/28/1952 Hake, radio program director said the programs are "Behind the Headlines," "Stories of Iowa," and "Everyday Science."
188 Guy Wagner and Waldemar Gjerde's fourth article appears in the March issue of Midland Schools
Public Relations News Release 1952:495, p.1
3/25/1952 Schools that believe in a program of well-rounded literacy should tailor their curriculums to produce literate listening and speaking as well as literate reading and writing, according to Wagner and Gjerde in their article "Listening, Too, Is Important."
189 The man of the future
College Eye 43:22, p.2
3/21/1952 Encourages future teachers to lead their students away from television, movies and radio, and back to books.
190 Thirteen students do radio vocals
College Eye 43:20, p.5
2/29/1952 List of those who perform on "Songs in the Air".
191 Special to: Des Moines Register and Tribune
Public Relations News Release 1952:394, p.1
2/28/1952 An added attraction at the modern jazz concert was the presentation of a trophy to Ray Starr, Waterloo radio station disc jockey, who served as master of ceremonies at the concert. Starr ranked eighth in the top 15 disc jockeys in the nation in 1951.
192 "Songs in the Air" program broadcast over radio station WOI, Ames
Public Relations News Release 1952:410, p.1
2/22/1952 "Songs in the Air," conducted by John Mitchell originates in the college radio studios. The program is designed to teach rote songs to elementary pupils. The studio singers help lead the pupils in singing.
193 Thirteen coeds are members of the studio singers who are heard every Monday afternoon
Public Relations News Release 1952:409, p.1
2/22/1952 "Songs in the Air' program broadcasts over radio station WOI, Ames. It is conducted by John Mitchell and originates in the college radio studios. The program has an audience of 15,000 school children in more than 3,000 classrooms throughout the state.
194 The 1952 edition of "Jazz at TC" will be presented in the auditorium Wednesday, Feb. 27
Public Relations News Release 1952:422, p.1
2/18/1952 The jazz concert, which is open to the public, is sponsored by Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia national honorary music fraternity on campus. Ray starr, disc jockey at a Waterloo radio station, will serve as master of ceremonies.
195 M. R. Thompson, head of the college social science department, will address the Foreman's association of the Solar Aircraft company in Des Moines
Public Relations News Release 1952:432, p.1
2/13/1952 The invitation to address the group was the result of Thompson's report of the 56th Congess of American Industry held in New York, N.Y., in December. The report was given on the "Behind the Headlines" program originating in the radio studios.
196 TC radio station has new program
College Eye 43:17, p.7
2/8/1952 "Keeping Time" will help teachers teach dance.
197 Amateur Radio Station WPGJ has recently been designated for roles in civil defense in Cedar Falls and Black Hawk County
Public Relations News Release 1952:454, p.1
2/5/1952 Among the equipment at the station is a 500 watt voice transmitter being returned by Donald Anderson, Burlington. Willis Gertner, Westbrook, Minnesota, looks on. Both are students at the college.
198 The college radio station, WPGJ, has been designated as the Cedar Falls Civil Defense Radio Communication center
Public Relations News Release 1952:458, p.1
2/5/1952 Both the city and county communications roles have received approval by President J. W. Maucker. Plans call for the construction of a steel antenna tower, 60 feet high, outside the industrial arts building at the college.
199 WPGJ, Amateur Radio Station, has been in operation for three years under the trusteeship of Raymond Matala of the industrial arts department
Public Relations News Release 1952:457, p.1
2/5/1952 Matala checks the call letters of an amateur station with students Donald Anderson, Burlington, and Willis Gartner, Westbrook, Minnesota. WPGJ will play an integral part in civil defense in Cedar Falls and Black Hawk County.
200 John Mitchell, assistant professor of music education will serve on the national TV-radio committee of the Music Educators National conference
Public Relations News Release 1951:298, p.1
1/8/1952 The group is one of the MENC committees investigating audio-visual aids in music education. Mitchell has previously served as state chairman and as North Central division chairman of the MENC committee on records in music education.


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