College Radio Day 10.2.12 Photos


College Radio Day was celebrated on October 2 this year and WMCO DJs were in full support. The Orbit was stationed on the quad playing music for students in between classes. The aim of College Radio Day is to gather listeners for college radio who normally would not tune in. College Radio Day or CRD seeks to raise awareness for college stations in order to promote larger audiences for upcoming artist in the music industry. CRD also allows students to showcase their communication skills gained through organizations such as college radio. WMCO DJs alone have gained numerous skills with the ability to broadcast to the local communities. The Orbit 90.7 would like to thank everyone for their continued support and we look forward to being your station with the most for another fifty wonderful years.

Program Director, Jonathan Williams, loads up last year’s hit band, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, in support of College Radio Day on October 2. WMCO featured tracks all day from artist who found fame through college radio stations.
DJ Kaylee Lukacena raises a hand in support of College Radio Day. CRD began in 2011 as way to raise awareness for College Radio stations around the world in hopes of attracting listeners that would not normally tune in. WMCO was out on the quad during College Radio Day on October 2.
DJ’s Kaylee Lukacena and Zach Coffman were on the quad in support of College Radio Day on October 2. There were 500 total stations around the world including WMCO participating in the events.
DJ’s Kaylee Lukacena and Zach Coffman interview David Bailey during the College Radio festivities about Student Appreciation day.
Proud DJs Kaylee Lukacena and Zach Coffman show support for WMCO on College Radio Day. WMCO, broadcasting for 51 years, took part in the second annual College Radio Day to promote listenership.
News Director Zach Coffman shows his support of College Radio Day this past Tuesday. WMCO was on the quad providing students with some music from artist that got their start on College Radio.