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High school students in the Seattle-Bellevue-Lake Washington area can sign up and be part of Hot Jamz Radio for the 2014-15 school year. KMIH-FM is located at Mercer Island High School and students from surrounding high schools can take this class through the area WaNic program. For more information check out www.wanic.org to sign up today or call us at 206-230-6329.Islander Basketball is Back!!!!
Islanders Basketball Playoffs
Tune in as the Islander Boys and Girls basketball teams fight for the state championship. Catch all the action on Hot Jamz Radio and online at hotjamz.org. Listen live here. To view the broadcasting schedule, click here.
New School Year, New Programing
Saturday, July 13, 2013
“It’s Magic” is this year’s theme for Summer Celebration! which spans two days in the city center: Saturday July 13, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm and Sunday, July 14, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. The fireworks are held at Luther Burbank Park on Saturday night beginning at dusk. Events include Car … Read more…
KMIH takes 3rd Place at Wa. State Radio Awards
Students in the Radio Broadcasting program at Mercer Island High School attended the 6th Annual Washington State High School Radio Awards on Thursday, May 17, 2013.
Mercer Island High School was one of the seven high school radio stations in the state of Washington who attended the 6th Annual Washington State High School Radio Awards. Nathan Hale High School’s C89.5 FM hosted the event on Thursday, May 17, 2013. Students attended a keynote from Pat Cashman, a local radio and TV personality from shows like Almost Live and Bill Nye the Science Guy and then had the opportunity to meet various industry professionals to learn more about their trade in voice work, sales, public affairs, and news.
MIHS students took home 6 awards. Luke Mounger took 1st place for Best Sports Play-By-Play. Brady Baker along with Luke Monuger took 2nd place for Best Sports Feature. Cameron Smith took 2nd place and Tom Rall and Ian Caldwell took 3rd place for Best Imaging Pieces. MIHS students took 3rd place overall in the competition.
Students spent the year creating various audio samples in the categories of news, jock-talk, sports, public service announcements, underwriting, and station imaging. These pieces were submitted in April and were judged by local radio professionals here in Seattle.
Radio broadcasting teacher and KMIH station manager Charlie Hilen was pleased with the results of the competition. “The students put in a lot of hard work this year and I am happy to see their efforts have been recognized. The bar has been set even higher for next year and I know they will continue to grow as the program gets stronger,” said Hilen.