Contributor Pro-File: David Reese
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KUNV at UNLV
Reese received his M.A. from Kansas State University and has taught and been station manager at Wabash Valley College and John Carroll University before coming to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. As an affiliate faculty member in the Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies, Reese teaches classes centered on various aspects of radio broadcasting. Prior to his academic positions, he worked in programming, sales and management at several commercial radio stations in central and western New York. He has co-authored Broadcast Announcing Worktext, 3rd Edition, and Audio Production Worktext, now in its 6th Edition.
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