Rowan Initiates Broadcasting Group

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The Rowan University College of Communication and Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS have founded Future Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia, a student group tied to Broadcast Pioneers, a professional organization
The Rowan University College of Communication and Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS have founded Future Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia, a student group tied to Broadcast Pioneers, a professional organization for people employed in radio and television.

The purpose of the group is to provide students with opportunities to learn more about the daily workings of the industry and make contacts with professionals working in radio, television and related fields.

Future Broadcast Pioneers is open to students interested in all areas of broadcasting from colleges in the Delaware Valley and started a membership drive this month at those schools. The president is Brian Saenzdeviteri, a Rowan Communication - Radio/TV/Film major from Howell, N.J. Vice president is Stephanie Tofani, a Rowan Communication ? Public Relations major from Washington Township.

Advisors are Frank Hogan, of Washington Township, the general manager of WGLS, and Rowan Radio/TV/Film professor Michael Donovan, of Glassboro.

?I think this is a great opportunity for our students to meet and interact with some of the legendary broadcasters of the Philadelphia radio and television market,? Hogan said.

For more information about Future Broadcast Pioneers, e-mail studentpioneers@yahoo.com or visit the website http://studentpioneers.tripod.com/.

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