Quest Community Vibrations/Quest Youth Radio Over 35 Years Strong
Quest Youth Radio (QYR) is a media training program for high school and college students. Developed by community activist and Quest Ink founders, Cliff and Joyce Carter as a part of thier outreach programs to help rebuild Newark, NJ after the Riots. The program is designed to provide young people with alternatives and support in their continuing education. Our Team Members have went on to become business owners, educators, community leaders, and more.
Quest Community Vibrations Radio Show is produced by Quest Youth Radio. Broadcasting from the Seton Hall University's "Pirate Radio" 89.5 FM in South Orange, NJ since 1978.
Mr. Richard Barnes-Bey is an educator and community activist. The Newark, NJ native is a graduate of Seton Hall University and has been facilitating the radio program for 18+ years.
Did You Know? Quest Community Vibrations was one of the first radio shows to play hip-hop.
Over the years the show has become more diverse, including R&B and Jazz into its spin list. And while some things change...greatness remains. The segements used by students today are the same segments designed by Mr. Carter over 35 years ago. The segments allow student to present structured information about persons or events which affect their community. Overall students gain skills in broadcasting, writing, public speaking, marketing and more.
We also accept "Correspondents" for training - those who are unable to come to the studio. Correspondant can submit footage, interviews, pictures to be apart of the Quest Community Vibrations Experience. We look forward to hearing from you.
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Quest Youth Radio
Seton Hall Pirate Radio 89.5 FM
400 South Orange, NJ 07079