Tuesday, October 23, 2012
If you will be in the area during December and January you should seriously consider doing a show.
Also, there is plenty of time to pre-record eight (8) evergreen episodes of any type of show prior to the end of the fall season.
The due date for the third and final required station promo of the fall season is Friday, November, 16.
The last day of OWWR's Fall 2012 season will be Saturday, December, 8th.
Winter programming season will begin Sunday, December, 9th.
The winter station promo deadline is Monday, December, 3rd, to be sure all winter shows get a week of promotion prior to coming on the grid.
Even if you have a show currently, ALL who are interested in having a show on Old Westbury Web Radio over the winter season MUST send an email to: email@example.com
In that email be sure to include;
1) Your name and the names' of anyone else who will be involved in the execution of the show.
2) Whether you plan on doing a live or pre-recorded show.
3) What type of show it will be [music, talk, or DJ mix].
4) Three (3) potential day/time-slot requests in preference order.
Contact me or Prof. Manfredi if you have any questions or need any guidance.
Monday, April 16, 2012
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Since the semester is winding down, Fall programming is scheduled to end Sat, December 17th.
The Winter Programming schedule will begin again on Sun, December 18th.
The Programming Department needs to know what Fall shows plan to continue through the Winter schedule. If you do not let Tom, Lauren, or Chris Pierre know if you plan to continue through the Winter, the slot will become available to others by December 5th.
All shows who plan on continuing during the Winter MUST have a promo! Due December 15th. Shows WILL NOT go on air without a promo.
The Winter programming schedule will end Sun, February 5th.
Spring programming will start Mon, February 6th.
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Wednesday, May 04, 2011
Hope to see everyone there!,
Public Relations Director
Monday, April 25, 2011
Its that time again - for the monthly staff meeting for OWWR! It will be held on Wednesday, May 4th, 2011 at 12pm in Conference Room B. Bring a friend and learn everything you need to know about how you can get involved, our future plans, and where OWWR can take you in the future.
Each director, including Manfredi, speaks about their department - what they have done, want to do now, and are planning on doing in the future. See which department interests you the most and join OWWR now!
Old Westbury Web Radio is not just fun and entertaining, it looks good on resumes and can help take and introduce you to all corners of the Media field for future careers. Don't miss your chance to get involved in college and also set yourself up for an amazing career!
Public Relations Director
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Just a few quick things:
First off, I hate to say this but I am VERY disappointed in the amount of show promos that I received for the April 8th, 2011 deadline. I have gotten about 6. I know, that there are not just six shows on this 24/7 college radio station. To those that go above and beyond, thank you and know that your hard work is not going unnoticed. For everyone else, something needs to be done about this. Like I express so many times, over and over, these promos are to benefit yourselves!!! Most of you are Media & Communications majors and this is not going to fly in the real business.
This being said, I am now in the process of creating a rough draft contract. If we are going to be like a real station, we have to run and work like a real station. This contract will include things such as promos, liners, events and a few others that will be expressed at a later time. This contract is not a negotiation. When it is signed, you express that you will uphold all on the contract and I will no longer tolerate lateness for any reason unless expressed towards me directly and in advance. As soon as the contract is approved I will post a link to in on the blog and get them to all staff members. If you are a staff member, it must be signed as it will come along with your staff application.
I know that all of you have the ability and the talent to do great things, so please, put those talents to use! It takes hard work to get to where you want to go; you are going to have to push yourselves. I want to be just as proud as every one just as I was for the first promo deadline this semester.
Please do not forget that you all have one more show promo due for this semester! the date it April 28th. DO NOT FORGET! It will be posted around the station, here, the facebook and verbally as ususal.
Aside from promos, let's get to the fun stuff! it's that time of the year for the MAC Awards! All the nominations are out and the date is approaching very fast! There will be a MAC Award screening tomorrow, April 20th for all video, new media and digital arts in the campus center recital hall, 5-8 PM. This is the only place where you will get to see all of the full length projects as they must be shortened for the actual ceremony. The MAC Award ceremony will take place May 4th in the campus center Macguire Theater. There will be a dinner from 5-6:30 and the awards will start at 7PM sharp!
If there are any concerns or comments please come see me.
Annalie Rose Baumann
MAC Awards Screening
Wednesday, April 20
Recital Hall, Campus Center.
Get a sneak preview of this year's MAC Awards nominees in Digital Arts, Television, Video and New Media!
The screening will include full-length TV and video works that will only be seen as short excerpts at the big MAC Awards show in the Maguire Theater on Wednesday, May 4.
Check out the MAC TV, Video, Digital Arts & New Media Nominees on our YouTube Channel.
Visit MacAwards.org for all of the latest MAC info.