Knights Heard It On The Radio

By BRIAN MARTIN
Staff Writer

The Lynn Radio Station has a plethora of shows for students to listen in on. They cover a variety of topics such as music and sports news.

I am among them with my show “Gaming Talk,” that I do with my co-host Jurgens Hamilton, freshman. For Jurgens and I, it is a chance to open our thoughts and opinions about video game news, a topic both of us are passionate about.

Professor Robert Trainor, broadcast engineer, helps students kick-start their own radio shows.
“[Students] can all do shows on our radio station, and we have an organizational meeting at the beginning of each semester and then they apply for a radio spot,” said Trainor. “We assign shows according to their preferences and their choices and…what’s available.”

At an organizational meeting, students choose which kind of shows they want to do and when they wish to have them aired.

Having a radio show can also open opportunities for students, something that I have learned from other radio users.

Shared his experiences while being a part of the radio station here at Lynn.

“It has connected me with the National Broadcasting Society and…with different experiences that I would’ve never otherwise had,” said Charles Michelson, senior and host of “Political Commentary” and “R&B, Soul, Funk, Blues and Commentary.”

It would seem that I am not the only one who believes that having a radio show is an enjoyable experience.

The joy of performing a radio show seems to also come along with added benefits for people who wants to have their voices heard.

Students can listen to the Lynn Radio Station on 96.3 FM or online at rtsp://50.140.193.46/lynnvideo on QuickTime Player.

Brian Martin

Brian Martin is entering his final semester and intends to make the most out of it. As his time with iPulse is coming to an end, Martin looks back on his previous years and cherishes all the experiences he has had in such a short period of time. Having received numerous academic accolades and partaking in different internships, including one with the Miami Herald, Martin is only striving to learn even more and succeed following his graduation this May. After graduation, he plans to move to Los Angeles and work for a pop culture news organization like IGN. Being a nerd at heart, his passions include playing video games and reading comics.

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