About TTC Internet Radio

TTC’s Radio and Television division began the process of creating an Internet radio station in 2002 for training its broadcasting students.   In 2006, the station went on the air with music from its server LIVE 365.  It wasn’t until 2007 that Trident Technical College began broadcasting original programming from its studios.

The initial idea for a TTC Internet Radio station came from Glenn Seale, instructor for Radio, Television and Film.  Adjunct radio instructor Marcia Warnock was excited about the idea for her students.  Engineer Jerry Walthall, and Radio, Television and Film Department head John Wilson kept the idea alive until monies were allotted for a staff person to manage the station.  Marcia Warnock was asked to begin the project.  With her 25 years in public broadcasting, where she worked her way up from production assistant to station manager of the local public radio station, and 17 years as an audio instructor at Trident Tech, Marcia created a format especially tailored to Trident Tech and began developing the station’s Neo-eclectic style. 

2 Comments

  1. From these webpages, it is not intuitive as to how I can listen to “TTC Internet Radio.” The several links that I tried failed to connect me. In its current format, I will not find time to return to it…
    …Thanks anyhow.

  2. Its a real pleasure to hear Radio by Humans and not machines..
    Am pleasantly surprised to hear Radio the way it was and the way it should be..

    Please keep up the good and interesting programming…

    I will ciontinue to listen…

    My Grandaughter went to Trident and is now a freshman at Clemson…


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