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Colorado State University - Pueblo
Lovato received his BS from the University of Southern Colorado and his MA from the University of Northern Colorado. Lovato has taught electronic media courses since 1993 and has worked professionally for several radio stations.
He has been the Mass Communications Department's leader in digital audio production and radio station programming strategies, he advises students emphasizing in electronic media.
Lovato has been honored three times by the Broadcast Education Association for excellence in audio production. Sam's academic interests include radio and television programming, social media, FCC regulation, and global communication.
Lovato is the faculty advisor to Colorado State University - Pueblo's award-winning radio station Rev 89. His personal interests include music, collecting, and travel.
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