Owl Magazine Wins National Awards

For the second year in a row, Harford Community College’s student multimedia publication is best in the nation for video.

Owl Magazine’s YouTube channel won first place in the Pinnacle Award category of Best Two-Year TV Station of the Year for 2016-2017.

While many staff members contributed to these production efforts, the following students were involved as either on-air talent, videographers and/or video editors for the award-winning entries: Megan Malkus, Sydney Gaeth, and Matthew Dudley for “From Farm to Table”; Adeyemi Ekundayo, Bre Mascetti, Maddie Ritchey, and Julia Whiteford for “Philly and Steaks”; and Nick DeMent, Kirsten Johnson, and Reed Freeman for “The 45th Presidential Inauguration.”

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Thanks for joining us for HCC's 60th Anniversary at Harford Fest

 

We are glad you were able to help us celebrate Harford Community College’s 60th anniversary at Harford Fest. WHFC was there during the morning and we hope you got a chance to say hello. 

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The fall pledge drive ended Oct. 14

A big thank you to all those that gave. If you missed the pledge drive, don't worry! You can always give to support quality programing at WHFC all year long.

WHFC (91.1 FM), a broadcast service of Harford Community College, held a Fall Pledge Drive October 1-14.  Donations will help WHFC provide quality programing for the community and educational opportunities for HCC students. To make a donation, click here or select the 'Donate' link at the top of the page.

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WHFC wins Favorite Local Radio Station

Radio Station of the YearThank You!

HarCoLiving Logo XParentWHFC, 91.1 FM, is proud to be voted Harford County's Favorite Local Station in 2016 according to the Harford County Living 2016 Community Choice Award.

We're excited to have the support of our community and we will continue to provide the best possible programming to Harford County.

Again, from everybody at WHFC 91.1, Harford Community College Radio, thank you!

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