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PCC Radio Production student, Chuck Triglio poses with his guests, Quori-Tyler& Sarah.

Making it onto the L.A. Rams Cheer Team is no small order!

Lancer Radio Faculty Advisor, Sarah Barker with L.A. Rams Cheerleaders, Quori-Tyler(L) and Sarah(R)

Lancer Radio Network was in for a treat last week, when Radio Production student, Charles Trigilio invited the L.A. Rams Cheerleaders, Quori-Tyler (#381) and Sarah (#389) to Lancer Radio Studios for a quick interview.  The poised and well-spoken athletes talk about what it takes to become an elite cheerleader.  From everybody here at Pasadena City College and Lancer Radio Network, thanks so much to the Los Angeles Rams for sharing your talented cheer team with us!

To find out more about Sarah & Quori-Tyler and the L.A. Rams “Cheer” squad, visit www.therams.com.

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University Day

By Stephanie Arevalo, Staff Blogger

Did you catch Lancer Radio Network’s live broadcast from University Day on Wednesday, September 28th?

If you did, we hope you enjoyed it and found it useful on your trek to transfer from Pasadena City College to a four-year university. We interviewed some amazing representatives from the University of California, Berkley and the University of California, Santa Barbara. They let us in on what it takes to attend their universities, as well as inform our listeners about the different degrees and programs offered at their campuses.

During the hour, we also interviewed Pasadena City College’s very own Director of Outreach and Transfer, Tameka Alexander. She discussed the importance of University Day and how it can benefit the students, and she also gave us a quick preview of all of the universities attending one of PCC’s most exciting days of the year.

If you were not able to attend University Day, or tune into the live broadcast, you can check out the Transfer Center’s calendar for the month of October and locate the days representatives will be back on campus.

You can also contact the Transfer Center in room L-110 or by calling (626) 585-7287.

And here’s a bonus for you radio junkies out there!

Below you will find links to radio stations that belong to some of the universities that visited our campus this past Wednesday.

Support your local university radio stations! You never know, the next Vin Scully just might be hosting a show!

 

https://uclaradio.com

http://www.kcsb-radio.dreamhosters.com

https://kalx.berkeley.edu

http://kbeach.org

http://www.titanradio.org

Don’t forget to check out pictures from Lancer Radio Network’s broadcast on our social media accounts, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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Club Week 2016By Stephanie Arevalo, Lancer Radio Staff Blogger

While many students were looking forward to Thursday—because Friday follows not far behind—we here at Lancer Radio Network, were excited for a different reason. We brought the first of many live remote broadcasts of the Fall 2016 semester to Thursday’s Club Week!

Club Week is a three-day event that takes place around the second or third week of each semester. It gives freshmen and continuing students an opportunity to scout and inquire about the many clubs on campus; such as the Veteran’s Club, Queer Alliance, SheCodes, S.I.M.B.A and more! It’s a great way for students to join a club, make friends and become more involved in their campus communities.
This year, Lancer Radio Network was out in the field interviewing club members, as well as perspective members during our live broadcast.  Not only were we conducting interviews, but we were also scouting students and gathering information through surveys to better understand our listening audience.   We had a great amount of students come to us and inquire about the different certificate programs and express their interest in radio production. Although many were first year students, with the help of our loyal staff members, we gave them useful information and answered questions they had. It came as a surprise that not many students knew Lancer Radio Network existed, but it’s safe to say that next semester we will definitely be having a load of new students who are eager to learn the ins and outs of radio production.

Didn’t know Lancer Radio Network was out on campus giving out the 411? Or did you simply have more questions about the certificates? No  worries! Here’s a link dedicated just to you.   www.lancerradionetwork.org.    There, you will find information about the radio station, as well as the classes needed in order run your very own show online!

Special thanks to all of the staff members who gave their all in order to produce a successful live broadcast and promote Lancer Radio Network!

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Many of you may not know Scott Carter.   His face was one among the hundreds of faculty faces that appear in the hallways of Pasadena City College, but to his students, Scott was more than a teacher…he was a father, a mentor and a dear friend. Scott Carter taught radio production and announcing courses at Pasadena City College for over 20 years, and brought with him nearly 20 years of live radio broadcast experience, and loads of passion!

Scott Carter died peacefully in his sleep on New Year’s Eve.  He was 74 years young, and survived by his son, author, Matt Carter.

Scott’s humor, his warmth and his kindness will not be forgotten by all those fortunate enough to work with him and to know him.

From all of us here at Lancer Radio Network, thank you, Scott, for your passion, your generosity of spirit and your joie de vivre.  You are loved and will be missed more than you know!

Sarah Barker
Faculty Advisor/Station Manager
Lancer Radio Network

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Every year, for the past five years, and thanks to the Pasadena Tournament of Roses, and Pasadena City College, the radio operations and production students of PCC produce a live broadcast of the Pasadena Rose Parade.  The detailed coverage of the event, as well as the many short radio documentaries students produce each year for the show have, for some PCC radio students,  led to radio production awards, as well as jobs within the radio industry, and that’s no small order!

This year proves to be no different!  Host of “the Muzik Forum”, Carlos Uribe, and Host of “The Tune Up“, MJ Dungca, head up a team of ten radio production and operations students to insure this year’s broadcast is entertaining, informative, and professionally represents the college, and Lancer Radio Network.

Lancer Radio Staffers spend countless hours writing, producing, interviewing and editing loads of audio material for this special annual broadcast, and there’s no partying on New Year’s Eve for these hard-core radio students.  They’re here, bright and early, January 1st at 5AM to prepare for this 4-hour live event.  The show yields awesome dividends for all of these students, and their audience.  Be sure not to miss Lancer Radio Network’s live coverage of the Pasadena Rose Parade, January 1st!  Pre-Show begins at 7AM, only on lancerradionetwork.org!

To find out more about Lancer Radio Network, sign up for occasional updates.  

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PCC’s advanced radio production students provide in-depth coverage of the 2015 Academic Senate Elections:  from student opinion to faculty and administrative views, our advanced radio production students are there.

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Last semester, PCC’s Beginning Radio Production students were given a remarkable opportunity.  When Derrick Hood, Director of the TwentyOne X Foundation reached out to Lancer Radio Network Faculty Advisory, Sarah Barker….a beautiful collaboration was born. The TwentyOne X Foundation is a local non-profit organization that gives voice to just a few of the thousands of faceless adults struggling with developmental disabilities in Los Angeles.

These people are no different than you or I.  They all have a story to tell. ~Derrick Hood

Derrick Hood has been working with this particular population for over 15 years.  What his years of working intimately with these people taught him, ultimately, is that aside from their unique disability, they are no different than you or I.  They grapple with the same questions, they experience the same range of human emotion….but unlike so many of us, many of them are trapped behind their own disability.  Some have lost the ability to speak, completely.

For Derrick, coming to this realization, led to his founding of the TwentyOne X Foundation, an organization that hopes to lend a voice to the many stories of these men and women, and to create a vehicle for integration through storytelling.

Introducing Lancer Radio Network & The TwentyOne X Foundation’s monthly podcast series, “Just Like Us”.

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Lancer Radio Network is super proud and honored to be covering the Pasadena Rose Parade for the 5th year in a row!  Each year, just days after “Final’s Week” has rocked their respective worlds, Pasadena City College Radio Production and Operations students return to school, in preparation for Lancer Radio Network’s 4-hour broadcast.  It takes a crew of nearly 20 students to pull off this producing fete, and it proves to be a remarkable learning opportunity for all involved, each year and without fail.

This year, our radio students are producing nearly 10 short radio documentaries centered around the Tournament of Roses’ many events surrounding the New Year’s spectacle.

This year’s show offers up a 2-hour pre-show, followed by a live play-by-play & color of the Parade, itself.  The fun goes live at 6:00, January 1….gasp…2015.  Don’t miss it!

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