First-Ever High School Radio Day May 16th
May 9, 2012 at 3:21 PM (PT)
High school radio stations in the U.S. will come together to celebrate the first-ever "High School Radio Day" (HSRD) on MAY 16th. Because there are so few high schools with radio stations -- many being shut down due to budget cuts -- organizers hope that HSRD will raise a greater awareness of the ones that are still broadcasting.
WBFH (THE BIFF)/BLOOMFIELD, HILLS, MI will be the host station for the nationwide event. Another MICHIGAN high school station, PLYMOUTH CANTON’s WSDP, will be participating. Currently, 24 stations have registered for HSRD from 12 states: ILLINOIS, INDIANA, MICHIGAN, TENNESSEE, MISSOURI, NEW HAMPSHIRE, CALIFORNIA, OHIO, CONNECTICUT, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEST VIRGINIA and FLORIDA. Five of the stations are Internet-only; participating high school stations are listed on www.highschoolradioday.com.
For more information about High School Radio Day, contact WBFH Station Manager PETE BOWERS at email@example.com or (248) 341-5695.