Tardiff Elected RTDNA Elect
Amy Tardiff has become the first woman in public radio to head a global association of broadcast and digital journalists.The WGCU News Director will be responsible for chairing the 2014 RTNDA conference in Nashville after being elected chair-elect at the organization's annual meeting. WGCU GM Rick Johnson told Radio Ink, "We're very proud of Amy and very excited for her. This recognition from her peers underscores what we’ve known all along about Amy’s passion and dedication for her work."
RTDNA represents local and network journalists in broadcasting, cable, and digital media in more than 30 countries. WGCU is Southwest Florida’s NPR affiliate and broadcasts from the Florida Gulf Coast University’s campus.