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Wednesday, April 9 • 9:00am - 10:15am
New Connections: Using Your Internet Radio Station to Create Local Content for a Global Audience

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This panel explores how university Internet radio stations are creating connections between their immediate community and around the world. Topics include a partnership where an exchange student hosted a show that aired on stations in the U.S. and England; how a station is showcasing international artists receiving little or no airplay in the US; the use of a station as a tool for service learning.
Moderator: Andrew Clark, University of Texas - Arlington
Panelists: Tom Ingram, University of Texas - Arlington; Using your Internet radio station as a tool to aid service learning
Lance Liguez, University of Texas - Arlington; Giving International Artists Exposure to the U.S. on Internet Radio
Bradford Yates, University of West Georgia; Andrew David, University of Lincoln; Shawn Isaacs, University of West Georgia; Creating a global partnership between stations in the the USA and England

Wednesday April 9, 2014 9:00am - 10:15am
Conference Room 5/6

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