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Vernier--Douglas L. (Broadcast Services Director)

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1 Public Radio brings rock, news to UNI
Chidley--Kelsey (Student--2017), Frasher--Iris (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 114:20, p.2
11/2/2017 Radio stations KUNI and KHKE broadcast Iowa Public Radio to the students of UNI through rock, classical, and news; photo.
2 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.
3 KUNI trying to provide more access to public radio stations
Alesch--Amy (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 96:26, p.1
12/3/1999 KUNI wants to provide a public radio station to northwest and south central Iowa.
4 Despite delay, KUNI fundraiser is successful
Northern Iowan 92:24, p.6
11/17/1995 Over $90,000 pledged.
5 KUNI gets back on air
Sundermeyer--Eric
Northern Iowan 92:19, p.3
10/31/1995 Repair crews fix wind-damaged lines on tower.
6 Gusts of wind damage tower; problem forces KUNI off the air indefinitely
Venes--Angie
Northern Iowan 92:18, p.1
10/27/1995 Repair crew will arrive to assess damage to transmission tower near Walker.
7 KUNI holds fundraiser under threat of losing public funding
Sauerbrei--Amy
Northern Iowan 91:42, p.1
2/28/1995 Aim to double pledge amount.
8 Public radio on the endangered list
Clausen--Sarah
Northern Edition 3:2, p.5
1/25/1995 Potential effects of cuts in public funding on public radio.
9 Commercial effects of public broadcasting.
Public Relations News Release 1994:223, p.1
1/23/1995 Commercial broadcasting stations will also be affected, if public broadcasting doesn't receive funding.
10 KUNI broadens reach to Des Moines
Vernstrom--Lance
Northern Iowan 90:24, p.3
11/19/1993 Receives permission to install translator in Des Moines area.
11 UNI to buy $480,000 satellite truck; questions raised over dollar limits, possible competition with commercial business
Vernstrom--Lance
Northern Iowan 90:13, p.1
10/12/1993 Will purchase mobile broadcasting truck; administrators explain potential uses.
12 KUNI: UNI's "hidden" alternative
Schlegel--Heather
Northern Iowan 90:10, p.9
10/1/1993 Description of programming on KUNI; photo.
13 A revolution by fiber optics, not firearms; Iowa's telecommunications superhighway due to open this fall
Yates--Carole Shelley (CEEE Coordinator & Program Assistant)
Northern Iowa Today 77:1, p.2
7/1/1993 Outlines potential uses of fiber optic network on campus and across Iowa; photo.
14 KUNI back after loss of power
Baumhover--Joseph
Northern Iowan 88:32, p.1
1/28/1992 Faulty transmission line causes problem.
15 Budget cuts hit public radio stations
Public Relations News Release 1991:47, p.1
9/5/1991 UNI radio stations are now silent for five or six hours each day during the early morning hours due to budget cuts.
16 Doug Vernier
Campus News Network 1:4, p.2
10/15/1990 Presents paper on FM channel search.
17 KUNI director joins delegation of Iowa regional opinion leaders in visiting Japan.
Public Relations News Release 1989:149, p.1
10/10/1989 Asia Foundation will fund a two-week visit to Japan. Doug Vernier will be part of a delegation of leaders to get a feeling on a variety of issues. The Iowa delegation members discussed issues of trade, agricultural unions, business leaders and others.
18 KUNI/KHKE/KUNY director joins Iowa delegation to Japan.
Public Relations News Release 1989:149, p.1
10/10/1989 Doug Vernier and his wife Gayle visited a UNI graduate in Japan recently. The Verniers were members of the Iowa Regional Opinion Leaders delegation to Japan, sponsored by the Asia Foundation to promote intercultural understanding.
19 KUNI/KHKE/KUNY director joins Iowa delegation to Japan.
Public Relations News Release 1989:149, p.1
10/10/1989 Member of the "Iowa Regional Opinion Leaders" delegation to Japan visited a Japanese rice farm during their two-week trip.
20 Breaking down stereotypes and making new friends with a new world leader: Japan.
Public Relations News Release 1989:112, p.1
10/2/1989 Japan has adopted pieces of Western beliefs and systems that have transformed the country into a new world power. Doug Vernier says drugs, crime, and pollution, are problems the Japanese haven't had to deal with and says our country can learn a lot.
21 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.
22 New members named to Publication Board
Holbach--Jill
Northern Iowan 83:25, p.4
11/21/1986 Jerry Klinkowitz and Mary Franken will join board; some questions about reasons for changes.
23 KUNI/KHKE to expand
Danielson--Darwin W. (Class of 1987)
Northern Iowan 82:61, p.3
7/18/1986 Will build broadcast tower to serve Mason City and Clear Lake.
24 KUNI/KHKE receives $166,000 grant for 8,000-watt Mason City/Clear Lake repeater station
Public Relations News Release 1986:478, p.1
7/14/1986 A grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce is received by the university's public radio station. The grant allowed KUNI to broadcast in both Mason City and Clear Lake areas.
25 Vernier named to task force
Northern Iowan 82:57, p.8
6/13/1986 Will be part of group that will study ways to increase listening audience.
26 Senate: 'frequencies monopolized'
Skinner--Gwynne
Northern Iowan 82:47, p.3
4/4/1986 UNISA and broadcasting department debate the use of University radio frequencies; UNISA recommends that KCRS use the KHKE frequency.
27 Plan may eliminate on-air fundraising
Northern Iowan 82:43, p.10
3/14/1986 KUNI needs to raise money to make up for cuts in funding by state and federal sources.
28 Students contribute to first UNI student scholarly journal
Public Relations News Release 1986:255, p.1
2/12/1986 The title of the journal will be "Draftings In;" it contains noteworthy research and writing by UNI graduate students and students in UNI's undergraduate honor society; it was published by the UNI Board of Student Publications.
29 Doug Vernier
Northern Iowa Today 14:1, p.7
12/1/1985 Elected to NPR board.
30 UNI public radio stations KUNI/KHKE unveil new logo
Public Relations News Release 1985:134, p.1
11/5/1985 The logo was designed by graphic designer Duane Wood who is a member of the Friends of KUNI/KHKE board of directors.
31 Quality of campus journalism threatened
Aspelmeier--Carla
Northern Iowan 82:15, p.1
10/25/1985 Due to limited funds, only two courses will be offered.
32 Vernier elected to national board
Northern Iowan 82:8, p.10
9/27/1985 Will serve on national board; photo.
33 KUNI/KHKE's Doug Vernier Elected to National Public Radio Board of Directors; Predicts 'Difficult Times' for NPR
Public Relations News Release 1985:46, p.1
9/23/1985 Doug Vernier, the general manager of KUNI/KHKE-FM, was elected to the National Public Radio Board and thinks it will be a hard time for NPR to recover from its dept.
34 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.
35 Predictions for 2000
Northern Iowan 81:26, p.1
12/11/1984 Area officials comment on how to prepare for the future.
36 Vernier elected PRMA president
Alumnus 67:4, p.7
1/1/1984 Will head regional association.
37 KUNI director responds
Vernier--Douglas L. (Broadcast Services Director)
Northern Iowan 80:19, p.2
11/4/1983 Stresses that KUNI does indeed support the Panthers.
38 Vernier inaugurated
Northern Iowan 80:12, p.10
10/7/1983 Will serve as president of Midwest public broadcasting group.
39 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.
40 NPR financial 'fallout'
Grover--Tim
Northern Iowan 79:60, p.1
7/15/1983 Financial picture for KUNI.
41 NPR is in a "sorry state"
Burman--David Loren (Class of 1985)
Northern Iowan 79:59, p.1
7/8/1983 Doug Vernier talks at length about public radio finances; photo.
42 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.
43 Non-commercial radio faces financial crisis
Schares--Allen Thomas (Class of 1979; Broadcasting
Northern Iowan 78:44, p.1
3/30/1982 Doug Vernier talks about the financial situation for public radio.
44 Grant Price to speak to education group
Public Relations News Release 1981:72, p.1
9/30/1981 Phi Delta Kappa members will hear from KWWL vice president Grant Price.
45 Role of mass media in education topic of Phi Delta Kappa meeting
Public Relations News Release 1981:53, p.1
9/22/1981 Representatives from area media will speak on this topic; schedule of presentations.
46 Computers on campus
Alumnus 66:2, p.4
5/1/1981 Broad survey of computer uses and needs on campus; photo.
47 Fundraiser nets $33,417
Northern Iowan 77:17, p.12
11/4/1980 For public radio.
48 Satellite broadcasts begin
Northern Iowan 76:28, p.6
1/22/1980 A new satellite antenna receiving system will come into effect soon for KHKE.
49 KHKE increases power
Northern Iowan 76:4, p.4
9/14/1979 KHKE received permission to boost its station's signal strength from 8000 watts to 10,000 watts.
50 Richey denies politics involved in delay of KUNI service to Clinton
Thalacker--Mark
Northern Iowan 75:62, p.1
7/20/1979 The Board of Regents deferred approval of a 10-watt radio translator in Clinton for KUNI.

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