Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

Basic electronic and radio courses were supplemented by the Radio Workshop, where students devoted time to every phase of radio broadcasting, including scriptwriting (both comedy and serious drama), speech improvements with the use of a special recording machine, radio advertising, and general microphone and studio techniques. In this 1949 photo, Leroy Spoor, Walt Beyenberg, and Toni Eldred stage a terrifying drama in the Radio Workshop. As part of Mrs. Marthella Randall’s Applied Radio course, FJC students acted as writers, directors, and producers of a bi-weekly radio show presented over station KVOE.
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