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WCHS wins Best Talk Program, Adviser awards

Radio teacher and WCHS adviser Bill Bengle accepts the award for Best Faculty Adviser. It was one of two awards the club took home, along with 14 other finalist trophies

Brigid McCarthy

March 15, 2019

Members of Radio Club traveled to New York City on March 1 to be recognized nationally for their accomplishments in broadcasting by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS). According to its official website, the IBS Awards honor “excellence in programming, air personalities, public service ...

Radio Club wins two awards at IBS Conference

Seniors Michelle Moroses of Wall, left, Clare Toman of Spring Lake Heights and Merina Spaltro of Allentown (not pictured) received the Best Talk Program award at the IBS Awards on Friday, March 1.

Tess Rempel

March 14, 2019

Radio Club members nominated for awards by the Intercollegiate Broadcast System (IBS) attended the International IBS Conference in New York City on Friday, March 1. Supervised by club adviser and radio teacher Bill Bengle, the event provided an opportunity for radio show hosts and producers to ne...

Ruderman gets General Manager in Radio Club elections

Radio Club council, from left, Michael Topper of Ocean, Cailey Ruderman of Marlboro, Kaitlyn Hammond of Wall and Amanda Lavery of Marlboro pose at CHS prom.

Allie Beekman

May 14, 2018

Club elections kicked off on Wednesday, May 9 when Radio Club held elections for its 2018-19 council. Juniors Cailey Ruderman of Marlboro, Kaitlyn Hammond of Wall, Amanda Lavery of Marlboro and Michael Topper of Ocean took the four council spots. Together, Hammond, Lavery and Topper make up the radio show "Dis...

Instructional Council meets for February

Shannon Damiano

February 16, 2017

The Instructional Council met to discuss issues such as junior seminar, summer reading, clubs and Drop Everything and Read (DEAR). Some new possible topics are being considered for junior seminar, such as SAT prep, time management and a service project. The summer reading books are being discussed for...

DJ Prestige gives radio students a look inside the music industry

DJ Prestige gives radio students a look inside the music industry

Kate Ridoux

April 8, 2016

On Wed. April 6, freelance disc jockey, Jameson Harvey, came to CHS to speak to the radio club and radio students students about his career.  Harvey, also known as DJ Prestige, has been a longtime friend of CHS radio teacher Bill Bengle, since they worked side by side as co-DJs at the Stockton Colle...

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