Over the course of this semester, I have been writing about all things college radio. While it’s been fun, I’m also at the point where I want to take some time off and relax for the holidays. I will be back in the future, but for now I leave you with a few things I have learned throughout this experience and my five best posts (in my opinion, anyway).
At the beginning of the semester, I thought blogging about college radio was going to be a breeze, as I already spend a lot of time at my own college radio station. I’ll admit that sometimes it was tough thinking of topics to write about, but overall I really enjoyed reporting on this subject. I definitely improved some writing skills along the way, such as writing SEO headlines and writing in AP style. I also finally learned how to use Soundcloud, Vimeo, and Google Map Maker. As someone who hopes to one day be a professional journalist, these skills I gained could become very useful to me in the future.
Thank you to anyone who has taken the time to read and keep up with my blog. I hope you had fun reading it as much as I did writing it. Happy holidays! See you in 2014.
5 Best Posts:
- Derek Jones, Interim Station Manager at Rowan Radio, Explains The Benefits of Being Involved in College Radio
- Rowan Radio Wins Big at CBI Awards in San Antonio, Texas
- How Joining a College Radio Station Can Help Those Suffering with Social Anxiety Break Out of Their Comfort Zone
- A Photo Gallery of Rowan Radio’s Studio and the Rowan Report
- Ellen Hardy from Rowan Radio Discusses Her Experience Working in College Radio