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Katelyn Fatzler

Student at Seton Hall University majoring in Journalism and Public Relation, minoring in Creative Writing
I am a Journalism major in the College of Communication and the Arts at Seton Hall University with a minor in Creative Writing. I am also a member of the Seton Hall chapter of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, as well as a manager at WSOU Seton Hall's Pirate Radio. As a newscaster and DJ, I have over three years of broadcasting experiencing on an FM station that reaches all five boroughs of New York City and Northern New Jersey. I am looking forward to working with news organizations and literary publishers to further my writing and editing ability.
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Congratulations to Katelyn Fatzler on making the Spring 2016 Dean's List

Seton Hall University is pleased to announce that Katelyn Fatzler, qualified for the Spring 2016 Dean's List. To make Dean's List, students must have at least a 3.4 GPA and can get no grade lower ...

June, 17 2016 - Verified by Seton Hall University
Summer 2013 - Summer 2016 - Seton Hall University
News Director at WSOU 89.5 FM
May 2016 - Present
Box Office Representative at South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC)
Handles and processes ticket sales for performances, memberships, gift cheques, and donations. Informs patrons about upcoming performances and assists patrons with venue information, including directions, local dining, parking, special needs accessibility, etc. Welcomes guests, while maintaining a positive and professional attitude at all times. Assists with database management, researching supplemental event information, and other administrative support as needed.
March 2016 - Present
Community Programming Producer at 89.5 FM WSOU
Supervises and assists community programming hosts, logs transmitter readings, oversees that FCC regulations are being complied with, and adjusts broadcasting levels while monitoring equipment.
August 2014 - Present
DJ at 89.5 FM WSOU
On-air talent during regular rotation shift as well as co-host for one of WSOU's specialty shows, Under the Stars, which features bands of the post-hardcore genre. Responsibilities includes following FCC regulations, WSOU protocol, on-air professionalism, announcing giveaways and contests, reading live promotions or underwriting as scheduled on logs, and conducting EAS tests. Also handles interacting with listeners via request lines, logging transmitter readings, being proficient with NexGen, and having general knowledge on the broadcast equipment.
May 2014 - Present


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