The Mass Media Program at Golightly Career and Technical Center was named the “High School Radio Station/Program of the Year” by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters Foundation on March 9 at the Great Lakes Broadcasting Conference and Expo in Lansing, Michigan.
The Mass Media Program became eligible for the title when students picked up 10 awards in the 2011 Michigan High School and College Broadcast Awards Competition in various radio categories. MABF also rewarded Mass Media student Jalen Dann with a $750 High School Broadcast Scholarship. He will be attending Michigan State University in the fall to study Broadcast Journalism.
Broadcast veterans Dana Hughes and Todd Harris head the Mass Media Program at Golightly Career and Technical Center. Students in grades 10-12 from various local high schools participate in the Mass Media Program, where they learn all components of radio broadcasting and audio production as well as television broadcasting and video production.
High school students interested in enrolling in the 2011–2012 Mass Media Program should contact Golightly CTC at (313) 822-8820.
For nearly 30 years, Golightly Career and Technical Center, partnered with parents, businesses, industries, and the community successfully prepares high school students for learning opportunities that lead to college and apprenticeships in a technologically advanced facility to compete in a global workforce.
For more information, contact Director Betty Edwards at (313) 822-8820 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.