Infinity, School Partnership Details

Infinity, School Partnership Details
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Here's what Infinity stations will do for its involvement in the Adopt A School program:
1010 WINS will launch a new radio program at the High School of Environmental Studies in Manhattan. This school had a radio broadcasting facility that over time fell behind in technology and use. WINS will help to fund an upgrade of that facility and will tutor students in real world news radio production and journalism.
MIX 102.7 FM will adopt Curtis High School in Staten Island in support of its music arts program. MIX General Manager Marie Mason has pledged to launch a benefit concert at the Staten Island Yankees Stadium to will benefit the school's jazz and orchestral music program, provide new instruments for the school, and support other arts programs.
WCBS Newsradio 880 will pair with the Bronx Collaborative High School of Technology on the Morris High School campus. WCBS will create opportunities to introduce students and teachers to the world of radio broadcasting from production to investigative journalism. Students will visit the WCBS radio station and receive one-on-one coaching on communication and writing skills and mentoring for career opportunities.
WFAN Sports Radio 660 AM will partner with P.S. 166 in Astoria, Queens. The station's efforts in the school will focus on enhancements to the school library and literacy programs.
WCBS 101.1 FM employees will be traveling to downtown Brooklyn to work with students at the Brooklyn High School for the Arts.
92.3 K-ROCK will create a new speakers program for high school students called "Careers in Radio," which will introduce the fields of artist management, recording and broadcasting, finance, and promotion. K-ROCK has enlisted the support of retailer Guitar Center to donate up to $20,000 of musical equipment and instruments to the schools that the station will work with over the next year.
Infinity's headquarters staff will visit PS 28 in the Bronx, the alma mater of Infinity's President and Chief Operating Officer Joel Hollander, to work directly with students and support a book drive for the school's library.

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