KGOU

Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

Fall Semester Ends

3 hours ago
Marysville Public Library

This is the Manager’s Minute.

The holidays are upon us, and that means the end of the semester for students at the University of Oklahoma, and KGOU.

We had three Gaylord College students in Radio News – Adam Johnson, Jessica Aranda and Blake Bush. They learned how to produce broadcast stories on deadline and audio production.

Three students – Austin Robinson, Zak Kerbo and Michelle Velasco Alba - learned various aspects of our operation in the Practicum class.

Welcome, Students

Sep 8, 2017
KGOU Radio

This is the Manager’s Minute.

A new semester has started at the University of Oklahoma, so it’s time to welcome students who will learn the craft, and art, of radio at KGOU.

We have several students from the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication.

Three students - Jessica Aranda, Blake Bush and Adam Johnson – are in Radio News. They’ll be contributing to our newscasts and Assignment Radio webpage.

We have three Practicum students – Michelle Velasco Alba, Austin Robinson and Zack Kerbo.

Students End Semester

May 11, 2017

This is the Manager’s Minute.

The end of the Spring semester at the University of Oklahoma is a time of transition for students who have spent the past several months at KGOU.

Gaylord College students Amber Friend and Zachary Brown learned how to produce stories in the Radio News class.

In her Practicum class, Macee Beheler produced Capitol Insider segments and wrote stories about state government and politics for the Capitol Insider web page.

Dick Pryor and R.C. Davis-Undiano
Current Conversations

What is the future of radio? Current Conversations host Robert Con Davis-Undiano talks with KGOU's new General Manager Dick Pryor, whose career in radio and television in Oklahoma spans 40 years.

Join us for a fascinating discussion about radio–past and future.

Interview Highlights:

Stephanie Frederic / Twitter

Since graduating from the University of Oklahoma in 1982, Stephanie Frederic has worked in radio, television and film in positions ranging from reporter to executive producer.

She now runs her own company, FGW Productions, which creates content aimed at black and Latino audiences. The name acronym stands for “Frederic Girl Working,” a reference to a phrase she heard often around Los Angeles, “That Frederic girl is always working.”