MSJC Eagle Radio And TV Stations Are A Hidden Gem

Located in the middle of Southern California, Riverside County is truly one of the prime locations f...

Located in the middle of Southern California, Riverside County is truly one of the prime locations for the broadcasting business. Mt. San Jacinto College has taken advantage of their location and created a state of the art Audio Technology Center at their San Jacinto location. This center comprises of several different studios that host both their Eagle Radio Network as well as their Eagle Vision News Station.

Evelyn Hartley, who hosts her own biweekly radio show on Tuesday and Thursday morning from 9-10 AM, shared her experiences with the on campus program.

“I was originally a business major, but when I found out about the station at MSJC I figured that radio would be a good way to express myself,” she shares. “It was like an epiphany; I had that ‘AH-HA!’ moment and realized that I had found my place.” Evelyn has taken her experiences at the college level and has used them to help jumpstart a career for herself. She has held an internship with 99.1 KGGI and currently interns with 101.3-The Mix.

Evelyn is just one of several people involved with the radio network. Bing Bruce, the Studio Engineer, and Dave Parrott, who is also a professor on campus, precede Evelyn’s show with the BAD show, airing Mondays-Thursdays from 8-9 AM. While Evelyn’s show is more music based and features games such as “Soundtrack Trio,” where listeners have to try and guess which movie soundtrack a featured song is from, the BAD show focuses more on entertainment. This s