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Thursday, October 18 • 10:00am - 11:15am
It Takes A Village

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Learn how to bring the community and your school back into college radio and strengthen the ties with these powerful allies in a time when college radio needs it the most.
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avatar for Carrie Brothers

Carrie Brothers

Carrie got her start in music in 2002 in a make-shift office in her bedroom from where she did freelance promotional work for independent musicians. She earned her sea legs with a leap into radio at WXJM where she served as a DJ for four years, Underwriting Director for one year, and Music Director for two years. During that same time period, she worked for Planting Seeds Records where she set up their social media presence, created BackPage... Read More →
avatar for Jon Samuels

Jon Samuels

Jon has been the Music Director at 92 WICB in Ithaca, New York since 2010. He has since hosted a weekly new music radio show called "Eclectic Revolution" and co-founded a local Ithaca 'youth culture' zine, Taste. | | Jon spends the rest of his time studying Psychology at Ithaca College, working the door at bar shows for a local concert promoter, and making terrible drone music.
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Thor Slaughter

No one plays the game harder than Thor Slaughter. The blockbuster hit eighties film "Highlander" was inspired by his life and the films famous tag line "There can be only one!" was a direct quote from Thor Slaughter. He fights hard for fuzz and college radio, they say the only thing louder than a sonic boom is Thor's opinions on how awesome college radio is.
avatar for Chelsea Upton

Chelsea Upton

Chelsea Upton was born for Radio. She lives for Radio. She sleeps for Radio. Eventually, far off down the line (provided she doesn't discover the Fountain of Youth), she will die for Radio. | | In her spare time, Chelsea watches the 1992 classic film "The Crying Game" while simultaneously crying. She is also the moderator of a Jeff Goldblum fan site.

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