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Our KSJS team wanted to express the importance of representation of radio in the department name, and what this representation means to them. Our radio station has been a beacon of growth, opportunity, and community on SJSU’s campus for over 60 years.

Kara, Sarah and Octavio all sit down with our Co-Program Director Joe Neto and talk about their experiences here at KSJS and their thoughts on the importance of radio.

Our message is simple and clear, respect radio….respect KSJS….respect the students that have come and gone, those that continue to build their courage and confidence, and those that have yet to find their home at KSJS. These radio positions, workshops, meetings, and events are some of the most appropriately geared hands on training activities that can and has prepared SJSU graduates for real workforce jobs, whether here in the Silicon Valley, L.A., or any place on the globe.

Equal representation of all departments in this program is the right thing to do, and anything less is unacceptable. Please allow us the respect we’ve earned from our community, our students, alumni, and staff that has made us one of the best radio programs in the Bay Area and beyond.

Big thank you to our Co-Program Director, Joe Neto, for directing and producing this series.

#respectradio #respectKSJS #KSJSfm

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. The dedication and determination that the leaders of KSJS present is outstanding and really presents the importance that this space at SJSU has created for individuals alike. The videos in themselves are a testament of the community that KSJS has and will continue to create in the future.

  2. Indeed, Radio should be in the new department name. It is essential for representation and recognition.

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