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Broadcasting Program

­ Neil Roberts

Associate Professor

Office: Hartnett 146W
Phone: (701) 858-3175

Roberts is an Associate Professor in the broadcasting department at Minot State University. He teaches courses in audio/radio production, television/video production, media announcing, sports production and broadcast news writing & reporting. Roberts has been at MSU for about 25 years. He is the founder of the KMSU-Auction (1999), which is the signature televised fundraising event which also helps exhibit the department to the community. KMSU is the campus radio and TV station and also serves as the local access channel for the city of Minot.

Roberts also taught at the University of South Dakota for two years upon completion of his graduate degree at North Dakota State University.

Prior to teaching at MSU, Roberts was a television anchor and report/producer in several markets including Fargo and Minot. He has also worked in radio, done play-by-play and directed various television productions. He is President and CEO of Forward Communication Inc. which specializes in media relations, video production, and is the producer of several syndicated radio series. These series vary in content from agriculture to the outdoors. Roberts also does preseason reports on the Minnesota Vikings and Minnesota Twins on stations across the region. The company was created in 2001.