The State of the Radio Today
“The State of Radio Today” forum March 30th at Webster University’s library drew a capacity crowd of members and communication students. Frank Absher, (standing) St. Louis radio historian, columnist, and journalism instructor, moderated a lively discussion between panelists, Bernie Hayes, Webster communications instructor and author of Death of Black Radio, Dave Ervin, vice president and general manager of KMOX Radio; Mike Anderson, former St. Louis radio personality and performer and editor/publisher of STLMedia web site; and Annette Bevel, general manager of WILY/WRXX.
The National Federation of Press Women, Missouri Affiliate, and The Press Club of Metropolitan St. Louis co-sponsoring a Luncheon Forum
The National Federation of Press Women,
Missouri Affiliate, and
The Press Club of Metropolitan St. Louis
are co-sponsoring a Luncheon Forum
at Webster University Library, Conference Room
101 Edgar Road, Webster Groves (click for map)
Thursday, March 30th at 11:45 a.m.
"The State of Radio Today"
Moderator: Frank Absher,
Saint Louis University journalism instructor,
Columnist, St. Louis Journalism Review and St. Louis radio historian
Bernie Hayes, Webster communications instructor and author of Death of Black Radio;
Dave Ervin, Vice president and General Manager of KMOX Radio;
Annette Bevel, General Manager of WILY/WRXX;
Mike Anderson, Editor/Publisher: http://www.STLMedia.net and former St. Louis radio personality and performer
Box lunch: NFPW & PC members: $10, non-members: $12
(Press Club Non-member Special: Lunch Free for the day if you join The Press Club of Metropolitan St. Louis!)
RSVP by 3/28: email@example.com or 636-227-2100, ext. 1973.
Send checks to Press Club of Metro. St. Louis, Logan College,
Room 111, P.O. Box 1065, St. Louis, MO 63006-1065
Directions: Big Bend to south on Edgar Road. Library on Edgar at Garden (across from Loretto-Hilton theater). See Map
Free parking in garage at 568 Garden one block east of Edgar
Questions? Call Glenda Partlow, Executive Director, at
636-227-2100, Ext. 1973