The Radio Department offers a program that provides each student with a comprehensive overview of the art and business of radio broadcasting while developing in-depth knowledge and skills in on-air talent and show hosting, production, programming and producing for commercial and public radio formats including satellite radio, podcasting and webcasting... read more
he Radio Department is pleased to welcome Ray Flores (B.A. '09), On-Air Talent at ESPN, AM 1000, as guest speaker in the Introduction to Radio class on Thursday, March 13, 2014.
Every Wednesday night Dominick Cavaiani hosts, "This is How Country Feels," from 8 p.m.-11 p.m. on WCRX-FM. He presents exclusive sessions and interviews, such as his recent chat with Chicago recording artist Jamie Lono, who found fame as a contestant on NBC-TV's "The Voice."Radio Department Seeking Students for Summer 2014 Course in Florence, Italy
The Radio Department is pleased to announce an audio drama/voiceover
course open to all Columbia College students that will take place this
summer at the Lorenzo de' Medici Institute in Florence, Italy.
The Chicago Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists is offering a $1,000 scholarship opportunity for students.Scott Corchin Named Morning Show Host at WWPW, 96.1 FM in Atlanta, GA
Following a lengthy stay as evening host at WKSC, 103.5 FM in Chicago, 2006 Radio Department graduate Scott Corchin (aka "Special K"), will be taking his immense talents to Atlanta, GA, as the new morning show host at WWPW, 96.1 FM (Power 96.1).DJ Zebo to Perform at Two National Music FestivalsRadio Student Khristtian Locke's Music Featured in Japan Edition of Rolling Stone Magazine
Hailing from South Holland, Illinois, Columbia College Chicago Senior Khristtian Locke is making a name for himself as a musical artist not only in the United States, but also in Japan, where he was recently spotlighted in the Japanese edition of Rolling Stone Magazine.