School of Communication alumnus Danny Hajek ‘11 went from a rookie late-night jazz announcer on WGLT, the NPR station at Illinois State, to producing for NPR in Culver City, California.
Join us for a GLT Community Conversation on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018, about what how we consume local news, and how reporters, editors, and producers make decisions about what to cover in Bloomington-Normal.
GLT’s award-winning newsroom will add two new reporters this summer, strengthening its local coverage and its partnership with Illinois State University.
Laura Kennedy, the one-time classical and jazz music host who turned into one of GLT’s best storytellers, will retire later this month.
The Illinois Associated Press Broadcasters Association has honored GLT for journalistic excellence with four awards, including individual staff honors and stationwide recognition for Best Digital Presence.
The original “Star Wars” in 1977 changed movies forever. It changed Lane Howard too.
WGLT, Bloomington-Normal’s public media, is partnering with the popular true crime podcast Suspect Convictions to explore the 1998 murder of a 3-year-old Bloomington girl, Christina McNeil.
Student and professional journalists can learn how to use Google tools in their reporting and storytelling during a special one-day training being hosted by Illinois State University’s School of Communication.
The School of Communication will host a retirement reception for WGLT News Director Willis Kern from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday, April 26.
Illinois State University English Professor William Thomas McBride has taught and written about Chuck Berry, and he’s a regular guest on GLT’s Sound Ideas to talk about American culture.