The Kansas Collegiate Media Spring Conference took place April 16-17 in Wichita, Kansas.
As part of the event, the annual membership meeting was held. Along with other business, leadership elections were held.
Todd Vogts, assistant professor of media at Sterling College, was re-elected as the second vice president of KCM.
According to KCM’s constitution, the Second Vice President’s duties include the following:
- The second vice president shall be responsible for coordinating the activities of the Contest Committee, serving as chairman. This officer shall plan and carry out the awards assembly held at the spring conference.
- The second vice president will assume other duties at the behest of the president.
Vogts will serve a two-year term.
According to its website, KCM “is the state-wide organization serving student media outlets at Kansas colleges and universities by providing support, learning opportunities and contests — all aimed at strengthening student media and supporting the important, democratic function of news reporting and information dissemination.”