THURSDAYS @ RHINO’S, 3-6 PM – MEETING @ 4 PM
PROGRAM DIRECTOR: Eric Ayotte
The Rhino’s youth radio group plans and produces a weekly 4-hour block of live radio that is broadcast regionally Saturday evenings on WFHB (91.3/98.1 FM). Participants train on professional digital and analog editing and broadcast equipment, ultimately learning to DJ their own monthly hour-long set of their favorite music.
Radio participants also produce a themed monthly podcast that is available internationally for free download on iTunes. Youth record and edit interviews and segments, and are also challenged to think critically and contribute to group discussions about topics relevant and interesting to teenagers.
Rhino’s also has a full-service digital recording studio that is available for use to produce musical projects, with help from trained staff. Come make beats and samples, rhyme, sing or record your band.
New radio participants should plan to attend one of our weekly meetings at 4 PM on Thursday for orientation.
A Mad Scientist has taken over youth radio in an attempt to produce evil radio. A mishap leads him to creating the most AMAZING PODCAST!! Youth Radio drops science. We interview a scientist and a science teacher, talk about some science gossip, our own resident science export explains some theories …
Youth Radio talks sleep and dreams. We discussed what nightmare means to us, our aspirations, interviewed people on the streets about their sleeping habits, some folks kept a dream journal, and more! This program originally aired Saturday, November 3rd on WFHB and is Episode 10 of the Mixed Nuts podcast
The Rhino’s kids talk all things edible – food horror stories, Nikkia’s interviews her grandma about growing up on a farm, a visit with some traveling animal rights activists, the importance of salt in human history and much more! This program originally aired Saturday, October 6 on WFHB and is Episode …