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Dodge City Community College broadcasting students get the all-important “hands-on” experience early in their college careers. Students may work with KDCC-AM (1550), KONQ-FM (91.9), and DC-3 television, which provides local-access programming for cable television subscribers in Dodge City.

Membership in the Kansas Association of Broadcasters helps keep students in touch with broadcast station owners and managers, thus helping students secure employment after college.

Students have the opportunity to attend KAB seminars, and may also join this well-respected organization.

DCCC radio broadcasts many local and some area sporting events throughout the year, giving students extra opportunities in sports play-by-play announcing and advertising sales.

Contact Information

John Ewy
Professor of Communications
2501 N. 14th Ave.
Dodge City, KS 67801