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It's 4:00 a.m. Thursday morning. While the rest of the Ithaca College campus is sound asleep, an IC student sits in the WICB studio, poised at the microphone to begin the first talk-set of the morning.

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It’s a Sunday afternoon in October, and there are four students hard at work in the Scene Shop on the first floor of the Roy H. Park School of Communications. Armed with drill bits, a hammer, and a saw, they’re hard at work constructing a door. One might assume that this prop will be used for a staged theatre performance, or perhaps the latest ICTV show, but this door’s purpose isn’t to be seen – it’s to be heard. It will be used to create a series of sound effects in WICB’s Retro Radio drama.

 

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NBC sports commentator Bruce Beck '78 talks about falling in love with his wife at IC, and how studying accounting (that's right: accounting!) prepared him for his career in broadcasting.

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WICB, Ithaca College’s student-run radio station won the mtvU Woodie Award this year for best college radio station. The award ceremony was held in November in New York City. The mtvU Woodie Awards are the self-proclaimed definitive college music awards.

IC was up against Sacramento State University, Auburn University, DePauw University, Emerson College, and Seton Hall...

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Most six-year-old boys spend their time playing with toy airplanes and trucks. But not me. When I was six, I was holding a microphone plugged into my father’s stereo system, recording my own radio show. Years later, as an Ithaca College freshman, I found myself sitting in the Park auditorium listening to the executive staff of WICB, the College’s radio station, describe all the...

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