About KentWired


KentWired.com is a collaborative effort of student journalists working for the Daily Kent Stater, TV2 and Black Squirrel Radio News, all independent student media at Kent State University.




KENT, OHIO 44242

Newsroom phone: (330) 672-2584

TV2 Office phone: (330) 672-3216

Advertising phone: (330) 672-2586

Fax: (330) 672-4880

KentWired & KSUbuzz editor

Isobel Parish

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KentWired managing editor

Bryan Pilny

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Daily Kent Stater editor

Lydia Coutré

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Daily Kent Stater managing editor

Amy Cooknick

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Daily Kent Stater special projects editor

Daniel Moore

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Daily Kent Stater photo editor

Brian Smith

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TV2 General Manager

Katy Coduto

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TV2 News Director

Jessica Schmidt

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TV2 Programming Director

Katy Coduto

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TV2 Web Editor

Monique Zappa

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Business manager

Lori Cantor

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(330) 672-0887

Advertising manager

Tami Bongiorni

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(330) 672-6306

Classified ads manager

Hannah Jencius

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(330) 672-2586

The Daily Kent Stater

The Daily Kent Stater is an award-winning student-run daily newspaper. The Stater publishes Monday through Friday during the regular fall and spring semesters. During the summer months, The Stater is published weekly on Wednesdays.


TV2 reaches 7,000 KSU residents and 25,000 Portage County residents on Time Warner Cable channel 16. The station features live news at 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, entertainment and sports programming and live election night coverage. TV2 is an affiliate of the Open Student Television Network.

Black Squirrel Radio

Black Squirrel Radio broadcasts on channels 2, 4 and 6 on the Kent State University

campus television network, reaching over 7,000 college students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The station format consists of college rock, local bands and urban. Black Squirrel Radio also broadcasts on channel 16 on the Time Warner Cable Network in most of Portage County and streams live over the Web at http://www.blacksquirrelradio.com.