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Documentary by Glenolden resident wins national award

Daily Times of Delaware City

November 5, 2006

A radio documentary co-produced by Glenolden's Erica Guidetti, a senior at Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J., won top honors in this year's national student radio competition sponsored by College Broadcasters, Inc. (CBD. "Changing Stations," which Guidetti coproduced with Andy Goldstein, won first place for best radio feature documentary in the CEl competition. The documentary, which focuses on the 1966 Philadelphia radio rivalry between WIBG and WFIL, was produced for Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM. In choosing WGLS for the top prize, judges in the competition praised the documentary's writing, editing and production, as well as its focus on history. CBI is a national organization that represents students involved in radio, television, Webcasting, and other media-related activities. A radio/television/film (RTF) major at Rowan, Guidetti is a graduate of Interboro High School.