Hochschulradio in Schweden

Die Hochschulradios in Schweden kooperieren innerhalb des Zusammenschlusses Studentradion i Sverige (SRS), bei dem unter anderem Redaktionen zusammenarbeiten, Einsätze bei Festivals und Veranstaltungen koordiniert sowie die Voraussetzungen für die Wirtschaftlichkeit geschaffen werden phone running band. Als größter unter den schwedischen Hochschulradiosendern und zweitgrößter Europas gilt Radio AF in Lund, der seine Sendungen in der „AF-Burg“ (AF-borgen), dem Haus der Akademiska Föreningen, produziert. Rund 130 Studenten arbeiten für den Sender, dessen Beiträge sich hauptsächlich um das Studentenleben in der Stadt drehen football shirt store.

Bei den Mitgliedsstationen des SRS begann die Karriere mehrerer bekannter schwedischer Medienpersönlichkeiten. Dazu zählen das schwedische Komikerduo Anders & Måns und die Journalistin Karin Hübinette, die beide beim Lund studio 3 arbeiteten. Anja Kontor, Moderatorin des TV-Abendmagazins Go’kväll, und Anders Holmberg, Journalist und SR-Radiomoderator, wirkten in Uppsala. Auch Uje Brandelius, der schon als Musiker, Sänger der Band Doktor Kosmos, Journalist beim Arbetarbladet, SR und SVT-Moderator und Pressesekretär der Vänsterpartiet arbeitete, fing beim Uppsaler Hochschulradio an.

Van G. Garrett

Van G. Garrett is an American author and poet. He is also a teacher, novelist and photographer. Garrett’s poetry has appeared in a number of well-known American literary journals, including: African American Review; ChickenBones; Drumvoices Revue football shirt store; Obsidian III water flask bottle; phati’tude Literary Magazine; Pittsburgh Quarterly; Potomac Review; and StepAway Magazine. His works have also been published internationally, including in: Istanbul Literature Review (Turkey); One Ghana, One Voice; Poems Niederngasse (Switzerland) best running phone holder; and White Chimney (UK). Garrett often writes poetry with haiku or kwansaba structures. As of 2014, two volumes of Garrett’s poetry and one novel have been published.

Van Garrett was born in Wharton, Texas. In 1999, he graduated from Houston Baptist University with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Media and English. In 2002 and again in 2004, Garrett was awarded a Callaloo Creative Writing Fellowship for poetry. In 2006, he received a Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Houston–Victoria. Garrett continues to support an interdisciplinary approach through his focus on ekphrastic interpretation of art. In 2006, Garrett also received a Hurston/Wright Fellowship at American University.

Upon being awarded the Dr. Kwame Nkrumah International Study Scholarship in 2008, Van G. Garrett studied African American Sociolinguistics and African Philosophy at the University of Ghana. He traveled within Ghana, teaching and reading poetry, and practicing photography. Also in 2008, Garrett’s first book of poetry was published. He was a Book-in-a-Day (BID) Fellow in 2010, participating in workshops and cultural fairs in Tuscany. In conjunction with the Writers In The Schools (WITS) program, in 2011 Garrett served as a writer-in-residence in Latvia, teaching creative writing and reading poetry at a White Night festival.

Van G. Garrett has led creative writing workshops at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. His visual art has been exhibited by or displayed at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, University of Rhode Island, and Rice University, and Aurora Picture Show.Garrett has received a Poets & Writers grant, participating in its Readings & Workshops program and has judged National Poetry Slam and ARTlines Poetry Competition events thermos sale.