WCSU-FM correspondent Kathryn Mobley was recently honored the Philo T. Farnsworth Video Award for Overall Excellence in Public Access Programming, presented by the Central States Region of the Alliance For Community Media. The award recognizes the quality and variety of programming seen on community access stations during the past year.
The Central States Region is made up of access centers in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Kentucky. The winning video was part of the recent "Save A Life" program, an audio and video series hosted and produced by Kathryn Mobely in conjunction with WCSU-FM and the Miami Valley Communications Commission (MVCC) of Centerville, Ohio.
Hailing from Jamestown, Ohio, Wade got his start in broadcasting while serving with the United States Navy at the Armed Forces Network station Eagle 810 in Yokota, Japan. Broadcasting on AM radio across the Kanto Plain, listenership was shared by both American Forces and a Japanese shadow audience tuning in for American Top 40 and an insight to military operations at home and abroad.