If you are serious about working in new media and / or broadcasting, there is no better place to polish your skills than Radio Hofstra University. Located in the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication,The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) honored WRHU FM with a Marconi Award as the first ever "student operated" non commercial station of the year! Radio Hofstra University WRHU FM is ranked number one - best college radio station - by the Princeton Review. WRHU FM earned a Pinnacle Award - station of the year - from College Media Association.
For the sixth straight NHL (National Hockey League) season, student staff of Radio Hofstra University are producing and distributing all NY Islanders radio live game broadcasts! Many media managers consider Radio Hofstra University to have the best pre-professional training in the world. WRHU offers a potent mix of deep rich training in state of the art studios, amazing on-air and off-air opportunities, constant mentoring by numerous in-house broadcast professionals, powerful networking sessions with industry leaders & thousands of Hofstra radio alumni. The WRHU staff have been honored with hundreds of awards (many national).
Since WRHU is located near Manhattan, staff can learn and grow at Hofstra with internships at the most exciting cutting edge broadcast companies in New York City. No other college radio station in the world can match the WRHU experience. Learn more and apply to join the team. | more |
The WRHU sports department is world famous for engineering, producing, and performing on-air roles for over 390 NY Islanders NHL games throughout five National Hockey League seasons.
John Mullen & Brianna Borresen display NAB Marconi Award in Indianapolis IN.
TALKERS.com Publisher Michael Harrison (3rd from left) is one of many Hofstra Radio Alumni Association members who offer unique networking opportunities for current students.
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