For the third consecutive year, Goshen College was named Radio School of the Year in the 2014 Indiana Association of School Broadcasting’s (IASB) college broadcasting competition.
91.1 The Globe (WGCS) was named “Station of the Year” by the Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA) at the 26th Annual Spectrum Awards in Indianapolis.
Goshen College’s radio station, 91.1 FM The Globe (WGCS), has received six finalist nominations in four categories by the Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA) for the 26th Annual Spectrum Awards.
The 2013-14 line-up for the Afternoon Sabbatical series, featuring lectures, performances and special trips, has been announced by Goshen College. The series will kick off with a lecture and discussion titled “Protecting Our Children – a Broad Perspective” by Candy Yoder, president and CEO of Child and Parent Services (CAPS) in Elkhart.
Goshen College’s student-operated radio station WGCS 91.1 The Globe just added two more huge accomplishments to its growing list: 2013 Best College Station in the Nation and Indiana’s Radio School of the Year.
The Goshen College Communication Department’s award shelf keeps getting fuller as broadcasting and journalism students recently received top prizes in several state and national competitions.
GOSHEN, Ind. – The Intercollegiate Broadcasting System has announced the national finalists for its 2012 college radio awards, and Goshen College’s radio station, 91.1 The Globe (WGCS-FM), is one of 26 colleges and universities to have finalists named in the competition. Winners will be announced at the 72nd Annual IBS Conference in New York City, March … Keep reading »
Goshen College’s radio station WGCS 91.1FM-The Globe isn’t a huge operation, but the sounds coming out of it are making a big impact.
When listeners tune in to WGCS 91.1 FM on June 21, they will no longer hear the melodies of Mozart — unless banjo virtuoso Bela Fleck arranges the tunes. General Manager Jason Samuel announced that the Goshen College radio station, 91.1 FM, will now be called “The Globe” and will feature full playlists of Americana and world music — including the addition of public radio’s most popular music program, “World Cafe,” which isn’t heard on any other station in the region.