May 29th, 2013
Today will be the last show for a while and until further notice and I will be back on the radio today from 4-7pm pst on kctyfm.org and ustream.tv/channel/kcty-at-long-beach-city-college- ca which will feature my top 10 countdown Matthew ch 27/28and joe the hammer smith,call in if you like 562-938-4300 thanks
May 22nd, 2013
I will be back on the radio today from 4-7pm pst on kctyfm.org and ustream.tv/channel/kcty-at-long-beach-city-college- ca which will feature double play day Matthew ch 25/26 and joe the hammer smith,call in if you like 562-938-4300 thanks and enjoy!!!
May 15th, 2013
I’m back on the radio today from 4p-7p on kctyfm.org or ustream.tv/radio/kcty-at-long-beach-city-college-ca. Again the lshow will feature rap artist Mr apollo,matthew 23/24 and joe the hammer smith.Call in if you want 562-938-4300 Thanks
May 10th, 2013
In addition to The ADD Show, I have another hour premiering this Tuesday, May 14th from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm called The Homefire Community Radio Show. College radio serves to represent us on a local, national and global scale but its time we buckle down and bring our immediate student body into the action. The focus of this show is to take various departments and service organizations on campus and give them a platform to talk about their goals, contributions and accomplishments to Long Beach City College and Long Beach community as a whole. By spotlighting groups and people on campus, we’re not only moving our station’s name into the consciousness of the student body but giving the number of almost-to-difficult-to-count departments and people who work everyday to make an actual impact visibility and a voice. Kctyfm.org truly does capture the ragged, unpolished, unique and utterly alive spirit of LBCC, and if we continue to incorporate these elements of our campus culture into the fabric of the station by tapping into the potential of our fellow Vikings, I’m sure there’s no limit to the strength we’ll find waiting under the surface.
Some of the things Homefire Radio seeks to push forward thought and conversation on;
1. Long Beach City College’s immense strengths and unparalleled opportunities.
2. How to bring together separate departments at LBCC to communicate and collaborate more effectively.
3. What can be done to create a genuine sense of comradeship and pride on campus. Many people at LBCC feel that isolation and apathy are the defining qualities of our school. The overall attitude exuded by a learning and social environment has as big, if not even BIGGER, impact on a person’s chances of sticking around and succeeding then even their own natural aptitude does. No one else wants to be be in a place no one else wants to be at. By working together to change the connectedness and emotional atmosphere of the campus we could have a bigger impact on students lives then can even be thought of.
I have the honor of opening the show by interviewing Applied Music Program student Sarah Twilley. Sarah has an incredible voice and will be transferring to USC soon as a Vocal Music Major. She’s an incredibly active part of campus life and music and I’m extremely happy to be having her on. We’ll be talking about the demanding and rigorous nature of being an Applied Music student at LBCC as well as what Applied contributes to LBCC’s overall reputation in the arts.
Tune in!!!!!!!!!!!!! It’s about time we started taking Viking Pride to the airwaves. Hope to see you there!
DJBlondie AKA Liz Waite.
May 8th, 2013
I’m back on the radio today from 4p-7p on kctyfm.org or ustream.tv/radio/kcty-at-long-beach-city-college-ca. The show will feature rap artist Mr apollo,matthew 21/22 and joe the hammer smith.Call in if you want 562-938-4300 Thanks