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 Eder Radio Students Place in Broadcasting Contest

March 14, 2007 - The 2007 Indiana Association of School Broadcasters State Finals was held on Monday, March 13, at the University of Indianapolis.

Four students from the Broadcasting Program at Eder Career Center in Knightstown, competed in four categories while winning a total of five awards. Rachel Layton of Tri High School placed first in Radio News and third in Radio Personality. Cara Denis of Knightstown High School placed second in the Radio News and second in Radio Personality. Kyle Edington of Knightstown High School competed in Radio Imaging and placed second. Brent Patrick, also of Knightstown High School, competed in Radio Production and Radio Imaging, but did not place.

“Winning our 21st State Championship is great,” said Radio Instructor Mike York. “I can honestly say without a doubt, this class has improved more - in a short amount of time, than any other class I’ve had.  I’m very proud of each and every one of them.  There were more than 341 entries from 21 schools statewide and we had two finalists in both news and on-air. In my opinion, we did our best and represented ourselves well.”

The Broadcasting Program is under the direction of Superintendent Paul Wilkinson, Indiana Soldiers’ & Sailors’ Children’s Home, Eder Career Center Coordinator James Maxwell and New Castle Area Career Programs Director Bob Hobbs.

 

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