Hubbard Radio Talent Institute To Launch At Central Washington University
February 4, 2016 at 5:23 PM (PT)
The NATIONAL RADIO TALENT SYSTEM's HUBBARD RADIO TALENT INSTITUTE is launching at CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY and will debut this summer, JUNE 13th-22nd. The NATIONAL RADIO TALENT SYSTEM will be contacting broadcasters from radio stations in SEATTLE and across the state and region to teach sessions during the ten-day institute.
“Compelling and relatable on air talent is what separates local radio from all other audio entertainment services," HUBBARD RADIO Chair/CEO GINNY MORRIS said. "Our investment in the NATIONAL RADIO TALENT SYSTEM at CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY is an extension of HUBBARD RADIO’s commitment to do our part to nurture and grow the talent pipeline for the industry. We are proud to partner with DAN VALLIE and his team in this important initiative.”
“I am nothing less than thrilled to be working with GINNY MORRIS and her team of quality professionals at HUBBARD RADIO," NATIONAL RADIO TALENT SYSTEM Founder/Pres. DAN VALLIE stated. "From the first time we spoke about it, it was obvious they shared the vision. We are flattered to have HUBBARD partner with us to continue growing the farm system for radio, discovering, coaching, and incubating young talent who have a desire and passion to be in radio. This is our future.”
“Having a nationally award winning college radio program in KCWU, the partnership with HUBBARD RADIO and the NATIONAL RADIO TALENT SYSTEM was simply a perfect match," Associate Dean of Student Development KEITH CHAMPAGNE said. "Giving student broadcasters opportunities they can’t find anywhere else is a cornerstone of CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. THE HUBBARD RADIO TALENT INSTITUTE will be another great example of that.”
“I’m so excited to welcome the HUBBARD RADIO TALENT INSTITUTE to CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY!" KCWU GM TRAVIS BOX said. "The unparalleled, professional foundation of HUBBARD RADIO, coupled with the expertise of DAN VALLIE and the NATIONAL RADIO TALENT SYSTEM, will now give west coast student broadcasters the opportunity to launch their careers with an unprecedented skill-set and real-world understanding of the industry and what it takes to succeed.”