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
Radio & Audio Documentary students have created a blog leading up to their forthcoming documentary, "Age of Abuse: Young Adults and Heroin," which airs on WCRX-FM during Columbia College Chicago's Manifest Urban Art Festival taking place in May.WCRX-FM's Jay Babii Debuts New Segment "What's Good in the Hood"
With two past interviews with President Barack Obama on his ledger, as well as several interviews with community leaders and Hip Hop artists, Columbia College Chicago Senior Radio Major Jay Babii has created a diverse and introspective audio feature entitled, "What's Good in the Hood."WCRX-FM's Miguel Flores Interviews "Hoop Dreams" Director Steve James
Steve James, who has directed riveting documentaries such as "Hoop Dreams" and "The interrupters," recently was awarded the "Studs Terkel Community Media Award." WCRX-FM's Miguel Flores was on hand to speak to Steve about the award and his career.Nicole Ondracka From WBBM 96.3 FM (B96) to Visit Introduction to Radio Course
The Radio Department is pleased to welcome Nicole Ondracka (B.A. '08), Account Executive at WBBM, 96.3 FM (B96), as guest speaker in the Introduction to Radio class on Thursday, April 24, 2014.WCRX-FM Unveils "Casting Corner with Stacey Lynn"
Every Thursday night at 8:00 p.m., WCRX-FM Host Stacey Lynn gives aspiring actors and actresses all of the latest casting notices in both theater and film in the Chicagoland area."#Doc Your World" Coming to Columbia April 23-24
Radio Department students will be part of one of the most talked about non-fiction storytelling events of the year, "#Doc Your World."Students Create "Iceland Airwaves" Audio Documentary
Eight Columbia College Chicago students from the Radio Department and Journalism Department traveled to Reykjavik, Iceland to blog and produce an audio documentary about the annual Iceland Airwaves Music Festival via the Covering International Festivals: Iceland course.