Angie Szani, aka “Type A” winner of the USA Campus Radio Contest, enjoyed her visit to Midem in Cannes this week, meeting international music industry leaders including Richard Gottehrer, Dominique Leguern and the organisers of Midem itself. Radio WSOU radio presenter Type A was chosen by the IRF as the clear leader of the contest which looked for the best US Campus Radio.
Angie does Seton Hall University Radio proud. Midem is the music industries longest running business conference, which also hosts the internationally acclaimed NRJ Radio Awards, and Angie even made it in to the news packed Midem Daily – see below!
We particularly liked how Angie took time to research and listen through over 40 new songs by local artists every week, offering local talent an outlet for their repertoire. We also liked her professional presentation style.
You can see some more impressions of Angie at Midem on our Facebook pages.
“College radio is a great platform for learning, making friendships and finding good music. I’m happy to represent WSOU and very grateful to the IRF for this award”, says Angie.
WSOU is the number-one college radio station in the New York metro area. Corporate radio has long brought the public sterile and boring music and our mission is to cut through the haze!
WSOU gives you, the listener, what you deserve: cutting edge underground rock and exciting new music. The station programs Active Modern Rock, offering the best in metal, punk, hardcore, post-hardcore, progressive and modern rock.
WSOU (89.5 FM) is a non-commercial, college radio station. The station broadcasts from the campus of Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ. It is a student-run station with university administrator Mark Maben serving as its current General Manager. WSOU currently broadcasts in HD-RADIO and streaming online.