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Teen raises over $30,000 for frontline workers through his radio station
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Teen raises over $30,000 for frontline workers through his radio station

Published: May 21, 2020  |  2 min read, 432 words
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High school junior Dylan Carollo started his radio station when he was 11 years old and has been managing it ever since. The 17-year-old wanted to use his platform to help workers on the front line of the  so he came up with an ingenious fundraising idea and raised more than $30,000.Carollo operates  with his cousin and a friend. The station's headquarters is located in One World Trade Center in New York City, with Carollo broadcasting from his hometown of Orlando, Florida. Carollo noticed an uptick in listeners as the coronavirus spread across the U.S. in March and wanted to come up with a... READ MORE
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