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North Central’s television students go LIVE

TV broadcast students are getting a taste of reality this term as they present “NCC Weekly” live Thursdays at 3 p.m. on Naperville Community Television.

Faculty select Steve Oliveri as 2010 Lincoln Laureate

Interactive media studies and broadcast communication major Steve Oliveri named Lincoln Laureate for his excellence in curricular and co-curricular activities.

Contact: Nancy Dunker, associate director of public relations, 630-637-5306, nadunker@noctrl.edu

Nov. 8, 2010—Steve Oliveri of Crystal Lake, Ill., has been named North Central College’s 2010 Lincoln Laureate, an annual award that honors outstanding seniors at four-year degree-granting institutions in Illinois. North Central faculty selected Oliveri as the College’s top senior for his excellence in curricular and co-curricular activities.

North Central broadcaster earns prestigious national award

Michelle Corless, Class of 2010, has earned a first-place National Student Production Award from Collegiate Broadcasters, Inc.

Broadcaster wins top award in national contest

Broadcaster wins top award in national contest

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Student broadcasters earn five statewide awards

North Central College student broadcasters who run WONC-FM 89.1 earned five awards at the Illinois Broadcasters Association's 2010 Silver Dome Awards.

Student broadcasters earn five statewide awards

Contact: Nancy Dunker, associate director of media relations, 630-637-5306

Oct. 14, 2010--North Central College student broadcasters who run WONC-FM 89.1 earned five awards, including two first-place prizes, at the Illinois Broadcasters Association's 2010 student Silver Dome Awards.

Student Learns About Crisis Journalism From Front-line Reporters

Ryan Piers ’11 heard first-hand stories about the horrors of a 20-year civil war from journalists during his spring break trip to Kampala, Uganda, as part of his research project funded by a Richter Independent Study Fellowship.

Alumnus in the news, named NCTV sports director

Alumnus in the news, named NCTV sports director

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Sports director Will Armistead ’07/M ’09 is part of the Naperville Community Television (NCTV) sports production team, which kicks off its fourth season of “Naperville Sports Weekly” Aug. 29.


North Central College alumnus Kevin Manno to host show on MTV

North Central College alumnus Kevin Manno is hosting a new show on MTV this fall.

North Central College alumnus Kevin Manno is hosting a new show on MTV this fall.

Manno, who honed his radio and television skills at North Central’s award-winning radio station while majoring in broadcast communication, is set to host MTV’s new daily program “Live at 5” beginning Sept. 20. Manno is set to depart for New York from Chicago, where he has been an on-air personality at WKQX-FM, “Q101,” one of the top-rated stations in the Chicago market.

John Madormo wins Best Family Screenplay Synopsis

John Madormo wins Best Family Screenplay Synopsis

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John Madormo, assistant professor of broadcast communication and general manager of WONC-FM 89.1, won first place for Best Family Screenplay Synopsis at the 2010 Reno Film Festival Synopsis Contest. His winning script is titled “Dream Machine.” The story: A dream research specialist, in an effort to help his patients suffering from recurring nightmares, has created a remarkable device—a machine that can transport them, mind and body, back into their dreams—to relive those nocturnal delights, or into those nightmares, to confront their demons.


Marc Dahlquist

"My goal is to be a sports reporter for a major network in a major market," says Marc. "I chose North Central because people raved about its radio program and because I wanted to try out the broadcasting field as soon as possible."

Marc learned the tools of the trade first in radio, then TV. "I feel you need to know all aspects of broadcasting," he explains. At WONC, he started reading traffic reports before working his way up to serving as station manager with his own weekly on-air show.

In TV, Marc landed two sports internships. "I worked at ESPN behind the scenes on Division I college football," he explains. "It was a great way to learn how big college games are produced." His second internship—at Naperville Community Television (NCTV)—led to a paid position as a sports producer in charge of shooting and editing videos for weekly highlights shows. "I wrote and edited scripts and sometimes reported at events," he says. "North Central’s faculty have taught me all I know and were vital in helping me get the internships and job. Now I know this is what I want to do."

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