Rockford College student, teacher launch Internet radio
Friday, February 04, 2011
RRSTAR.COM STAFF REPORTS
Posted Feb 04, 2011 @ 04:32 PM
ROCKFORD — A Rockford College faculty member and student have launched an Internet radio station available on the college’s website.
The radio station was established by associate professor of philosophy Matt Flamm, Ph.D., and student Vince Chiarelli. The station has a unique combination of musical genres, including original music from Rockford, talk sessions and various types of programming.
To listen to the station, visit rockford.edu/Members/blogs.asp, and look for the Rockford College radio button on the right side of the page or visit www.live365.com and search for Rockford College Radio.
A "faculty focus” program will interview and profile faculty on campus. A "Rockford Locals” music program will showcase musicians with interviews and in-studio performances. The station also features jazz programs and live streaming of open mic nights at the college.
This story appeared at http://www.rrstar.com/news/x549730568/Rockford-College-student-teacher-launch-Internet-radio and at http://www.wifr.com/entertainment/headlines/Internet_Radio_Station_Launched_at_Rockford_College__115298959.html on February 4, 2011.