Clear Channel College Entertainment was presented the "Agency of the Year" Award
for exemplary customer service and dedication to student services at the NACA
Northeast Regional Conference in Marlborough, MA on November 9. The
Clear Channel College Entertainment (CCCE) division represents up-and-coming
artists, providing new talent to college campuses across the
country. From Boston College and The University of Rhode Island to California State
Northridge and University of California at Berkley, CCCE has showcased acts from
coast to coast such as Howie Day, Recycled Percussion, The House Jacks, Matt
Nathanson, Livingston Taylor and Melissa Ferrick, among others.
CCCE is the consolidation of seven of the largest and most respected concert
producers in the United States and Canada. CCCE has merged over 20 years of
expertise in college entertainment and production to provide colleges and universities
nationwide with quality service and middle-agent relationships. Recent
collegiate shows include No Doubt at the University of Rhode Island, Stone Temple
Pilots at the University of New Hampshire, Blessed Union of Souls at Holy Cross,
Everclear at the University of Utah and DJ Skribble at Norwich University.
In addition to NACA (National Association for Campus Activities) membership and
national talent buying, CCCE also specializes in sponsored tours. In the past
year alone, CCCE has produced the 2001 MTV Campus Invasion starring Nickelback,
the Ford "What's Your Focus" Festival starring Jay Mohr and Live, the Zilo/Depo
Provera Tour starring Michelle Branch and the Volkswagen Music Ed. Tour '02
starring Rusted Root and special guest Mike Doughty.