'So You Wanna Be A DJ' Contest

15 Mar, 2007, 01:00 ET from Brown College

    MENDOTA HEIGHTS, Minn., March 15 /PRNewswire/ -- This Saturday, March
 17, 2007 from Noon to 3PM Brown College will be hosting "So You Wanna Be A
 DJ?" at its main campus in Mendota Heights.
     The public is invited to showcase their on-air talent by reading from a
 prepared script and recording a demo in one of Brown College's recording
 studios. All demos will be eligible to win the grand prize: a guest hosting
 spot with KDWB's Steve Wazz live in studio on his "Twin Cities Most Wanted"
 show. Concert tickets, and a hotel stay in downtown Minneapolis are also
 included in the prize package.
     KDWB's Steve Wazz will be on hand to lend support and encouragement to
 hundreds of contestants.
     Brown College has been educating radio broadcasters for over 60 years.
 Alumni include John Hines of K102, Alix Kendall of Fox 9, Cindy Barton of
 WLTE, Greg Thunder & Dez of KS95, Patrick of 93X, and Lee Valsvik of Cities
 97.
     Could this be the big break for the next Twin Cities radio star? We'll
 find out this Saturday at Brown College.
 
 

SOURCE Brown College
    MENDOTA HEIGHTS, Minn., March 15 /PRNewswire/ -- This Saturday, March
 17, 2007 from Noon to 3PM Brown College will be hosting "So You Wanna Be A
 DJ?" at its main campus in Mendota Heights.
     The public is invited to showcase their on-air talent by reading from a
 prepared script and recording a demo in one of Brown College's recording
 studios. All demos will be eligible to win the grand prize: a guest hosting
 spot with KDWB's Steve Wazz live in studio on his "Twin Cities Most Wanted"
 show. Concert tickets, and a hotel stay in downtown Minneapolis are also
 included in the prize package.
     KDWB's Steve Wazz will be on hand to lend support and encouragement to
 hundreds of contestants.
     Brown College has been educating radio broadcasters for over 60 years.
 Alumni include John Hines of K102, Alix Kendall of Fox 9, Cindy Barton of
 WLTE, Greg Thunder & Dez of KS95, Patrick of 93X, and Lee Valsvik of Cities
 97.
     Could this be the big break for the next Twin Cities radio star? We'll
 find out this Saturday at Brown College.
 
 SOURCE Brown College