Press Release

  • EVIT’s “88.7 The Pulse” Named Best High School Radio Station In The Nation

    Current 88.7 The Pulse (KVIT-FM) students and May 2023 graduates of the Radio/AudioProduction program at the East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT), won four national awards,including Best High School Radio Station, at the 2022-2023 John Drury High School RadioAwards. The winners were announced during a ceremony in Naperville, IL on Saturday,November 4 th . In addition to 88.7 The Pulse…

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    Congrats to Dave Juday and the students of The East Valley Institute of Technology’s Radio and Audio Production department for receiving 14 nominations in the National John Drury High School radio station awards. Well deserved recognition of their hard work and dedication! #radio#awards#educationmatters #FutureBroadcasters Click on the link below to read the press release.

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  • East Valley Institute of Technology’s Pulse Radio (KVIT FM) announces new General Manager

    The East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT) is excited to announce Michael Mallace, the former Advisory Board President for the EVIT Radio/Audio Production program and veteran Phoenix radio broadcaster, as the new General Manager of 88.7 The Pulse (KVIT-FM). “We are very excited to have Michael Mallace join our EVIT Pulse Team,” said Dana Kuhn, director of instructional programs. “His…

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  • Learn about career training programs at EVIT Expo

    Watch fire science students rappel from the top of a fire tower. Take a trolley tour. Check out a radio station and recording studio. Get a chair massage. There will be plenty for East Valley students and families to experience during EVIT Expo, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Jan. 28 at the East Valley Institute of Technology. Admission is free…

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  • Keeping Kids Excited About Radio

    Earlier this week, East Valley Institute of Technology in Phoenix announced Michael Mallace as the new GM at High School radio station KVIT-FM. With fewer kids getting into radio than in the past, we reached out to Mike to pick his brain on what keeps the kids interested in joining our industry. Radio Ink: Why do you think high school…

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