Drexel University’s WKDU 91.7FM Innovates Philadelphia Radio

Through the disappearance of newspapers and the alterations of television broadcasting, radio has always been an important part of the typical media consumer’s daily life. Here, in Philadelphia, college radio is setting the bar high. Value Colleges released a list of the “Top 10 College Campus Radio Stations,” that are completely student run. Each of the... Continue Reading →

The Philadelphia Veterans Day Parade kicked off at 16th and Market streets on Sunday, Nov. 6 to show appreciation for the veterans who fought for our country over the years. Citizens of Philadelphia lined the sidewalks of Market Street to cheer on, and more importantly, thank the veterans who traveled down in the parade. Jerry Polonsky,... Continue Reading →

In South Philadelphia, music of the bandstand era was something extremely monumental to that time period, and still lives on with people to this day. Inhabitants of South Philly have grown up listening to the music of Frankie Avalon, Chubby Checker, and listen in with Jerry Blavat weekly during the summer months in Margate, NJ.... Continue Reading →

Keeping up with Kaci

An entertainment lover and frequent concert-goer, junior journalism major Kaci Lewandowski dreams of working with publication design someday. But today she's just focusing on covering entertainment. Jon: Why did you choose to come to Temple? Kaci: I chose Temple at first because Communications had originally been my major and I knew they had a great program,... Continue Reading →

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