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Putting Troy’s Best Foot Forward: Troy Community Radio

Putting Troy’s Best Foot Forward: Troy Community Radio By Matt Bayman TROY – Scott Hornberger and Clint Myers have been interested in radio broadcasting ever since their days at Troy High School in the late 1980s. And while both men worked outside of the community to start their careers, they eventually came full-circle with the creation of Troy Community Radio. Initially started as a webcast by Scott in 2012, Troy Community Radio has developed into both an online and FM

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International College of Broadcasting

The International College of Broadcasting (ICB) offers an opportunity to enter the world of broadcasting, recording, and multimedia with expert training and professionalism. The need for trained personnel, both behind the scenes and in front of an audience is evidenced by the strong demand for qualified individuals in the technical and highly competitive fields of Radio and Television. As ICB is one of the few colleges in the country offering a two-year intensive training program, the industry counts on its

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Sculptures On The Square

Abraham Lincoln has arrived in beautiful historic downtown Troy. And he’s accompanied by the modern day man. Come out to Courthouse Plaza right now and watch as this huge, amazing statue is erected in Troy. And come out to the Welcoming Ceremony taking place Sunday May 3, at 2 PM on Courthouse Plaza.