SELINSGROVE — Susquehanna University radio station WQSU has won several awards from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) and the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters.
WQSU was recognized for Outstanding Use of Digital Media by sophomores Thomas Garrity and Erin Geouque by the PA Association of Broadcasters and Best Senior Promotions Manager Andrea Repetz and Shannon Eaton was recognized by IBS.
The station also received the Judge’s Merit Award for Promoting the Association’s Home Assistant and Best On-Air Pledge Campaign from IBS.
WQSU was the only college radio station in Pennsylvania to win an Intercollegiate Broadcasting System award this year, chief executive Dawn Benfer said.
“I am very satisfied with the hard work of our students. Every day, I continue to be impressed with the staff at WQSU,” Benfer said. “Their enthusiasm and passion for broadcasting is contagious not only to me but to our entire university community.”
WQSU is the largest student-run radio station in the state with fewer than 10,000 students. It is open to students from all majors and minors with opportunities to join the music, news, promotions, productions, sports, and sales departments in addition to being an on-air DJ.