On this green edition of Coastal Connection, Vince Lamb joins host, Terri Wright, to talk about the upcoming Brevard Wildlife Corridor Expedition. As Committee Chair of the BWCE, Lamb shared the inside information about this 15 day event.
Reducing extra noise, this dynamic microphone is a favorite among broadcasters and sound engineers worldwide. WFIT's new studios will need 15 of these, at $365 each.
Providing unequal holding capability, this is the most popular microphone arm amongst radio broadcaster that provides a smooth, squeak free operation while on the air, $89 each. http://bgs.cc/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=1584
This CD player/recorder allows broadcasters to multitask with audio and other features while recording and doing playbacks, $770 each.
The new studios will need 8 of these console blades. These output routers interface our broadcast console with the transmitter - at $3,095 a piece.
2 Broadcast Consoles. 12 Channel IP mixing board for the broadcast and editing studios at $7,995 each.
Our goal for this upcoming fund drive, September 21 - October 1, is to raise the money needed to equip our new studios - we need your help! Be a part of this community team by pledging your support during one of our equipment challenges.
Your gift can help us equip our brand new six-studio building. See the slideshow for pictures and descriptions of the equipment your donation could help provide.
Challenge Grants are matching funds your organization provides to help increase support for WFIT during our on-air fundraisers.At the same time, the challenge grant raises awareness of your business with our listeners. A Challenge Grant sponsor is any business, organization, foundation or individual who agrees to pay a predetermined amount of money to WFIT in a challenge to listeners to make a pledge. If the amount is matched in listener pledges during a specific time period, your business pays the Challenge Grant.
After exploring different options, Heleni found her calling in the career of communication. Born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Heleni grew up surrounded by media. She was in a dance academy where she performed in front of audiences and competed against other dance companies. She was also a model and used to represent an important model agency in the island through contests, runway shows and television appearances.