Salmo Community Radio Local News/Public Affairs Forum
CFAD 91.1 FM, Salmo, B.C.
The project is aimed at developing a local news and community interest program aired weekly as part of CFAD’s regular broadcasting schedule. It will involve training a small team of volunteers who have expressed an interest in developing this type of programming. The resulting program will provide a weekly platform from which local news items can be reported on and discussed, as well as a forum for community members to engage in conversation and idea sharing with regard to public affairs, community projects, civic planning, and government issues.
Total: $3,583 Read More
Réalisatrice et animatrice de l'émission « L'Accent »
CFLX 95.5 FM Sherbrooke, Que.
"L’Accent" is a weekly program that draws a portrait of the growing cultural and linguistic diversity in the Eastern Townships, through interviews and documentaries in collaboration with various community organizations working in the field of immigration and / or cultural communities.
Below the Line: Stories of Poverty and Struggle
CFRC 101.9 FM, Kingston, Ont.
“Below the Line” will recruit between 8-12 people of diverse backgrounds who are experiencing or emerging from poverty to share their experiences with an audience through the creation of audio sound stories. The stories will be broadcast on CFRC, archived on-line and on CD, made available to other non-profit stations, and displayed as part of a sound installation during the Poverty Conference 2010.
Total: $2,845 Read More
CFRU News Coordination Internship
CFRU 93.3 FM, Guelph, Ont.
CFRU currently has many volunteers interested in learning how to produce news content, but there are no employees with dedicated hours or adequate experience in coordinating a news team. This four month internship will support the development and training of news gathering and production skills for volunteers so that there can be ongoing dedicated local news production and content at CFRU. The intern will design and implement trainings for volunteers, and support news team meetings he/she would also develop a sustainability plan so that once the internship was completed, the news team could continue producing news and welcoming new people to the group on their own.
Radiodiffusion de la 47e finale des Jeux du Québec à Shawinigan
CFUT 91.1 FM, Shawinigan, Que.
From July 26 to August 3, 2012, Shawinigan will host the 47th finals of the Jeux du Québec. The station will broadcast the finals and produce informative and descriptive radio segments on a variety of themes, such as athlete training regimens. Above all, this project aims to provide listeners with the very best information available before, during, and after the games.
Women's Collective Coordinator - Summer Position
CFUV 101.9 FM, Victoria B.C.
The goal of this project is to expand the training and recruitment arms of CFUV's Women's Collective to more quickly integrate women volunteers into the training process and to outreach in particular to young women in high schools. The Women's Collective Coordinator's job will be to help in this recruitment, training and empowerment of female volunteers. The Coordinator will organize monthly meetings for the Women's Collective, including those that help produce the weekly Public Affairs program "Women On Air" and the women-in-music program "Big Broadcast". She will also be focused on areas of outreach and recruitment, including visiting local high schools. She will train interested women volunteers not only in the basics of broadcast equipment but also audio-editing software, interviews, and production.
Public Affairs Enhancement Project
CFWN 89.7 FM, Cobourg, Ont.
The project would hire one part time employee to research and produce a series of programs dealing with the issues and personalities involved in local government decision-making and to oversee the recruitment of a volunteer who would cover and report on significant issues raised weekly at the Port Hope Council to complement the existing coverage of the Cobourg Council.
Total: $10,000 Read More
En route vers les Jeux du Québec à Longueuil en 2014
CHAA 103.3 FM, Longueuil, Que.
The agglomeration of Longueuil will host the Jeux du Québec in 2014. This first major event is important to the identity and recognition of our community 103.3 FM does not have the financial and human resources to provide comprehensive coverage of the Games. To do so, we hope, with the help of trainees to achieve a coverage up to our capabilities and disseminate all the excitement and passion of the Games. The jeux du Québec will be held from 1 to 9 August 2014. Our coverage will begin on June 2 with capsules with audio and video format on air and on our website. This project is a springboard for our students and a reconciliation between citizens and their radio station.
Total: $9,974 Read More
Erin History Project
CHES 101.5 FM, Erin, Ont.
The Erin History Project will launch a weekly half-hour radio program focusing on the history of the Town of Erin. The program will deal with the pioneers and founders of the town, the people who lived here, built businesses, went to war, caused scandal, and made the town what it is today. Short segments from the program will run throughout the radio schedule each week. A special website will be created that will extend the weekly subject matter and include drawings, photographs, and other historical artifacts. Volunteers will be trained in all aspects of radio production and will form the core team to produce the program and website.
Total: $9,929 Read More
CHLS 100.5 FM, Lillooet, B.C.
Radio Lillooet will train two youth in the production of new St'at'imc radio plays, other historical monologues, and current news, so that the stories, history and news of the community can be are shared with a wider audience. The Radio Legends project will cover historical and current events told from the people who experienced them.
Total: $6,687 Read More
CHLY News Program Development Project
CHLY 101.7 FM, Nanaimo, B.C.
This project will see the development of a regional news program and training of local and regional volunteers as correspondents and contributors. We will create a base group of 12-18 community members within our broadcast range that will be trained as radio correspondents, reporters/researchers, and producers.
Total: $8,524 Read More
CHMA Summer Quest Radio Camp
CHMA 106.9 FM, Sackville, N.B.
The station will provide a daily radio workshop component to the existing summer-long camp programs being offered by Mount Allison University. Youth aged 7 to 12 years old as well as those aged 12 to 17 will learn all about radio and how to produce spoken word programming. The programming will then be aired on CHMA.
Total: $7,760 Read More
CHOQ 105.1 FM, Toronto, Ont.
L'Internet et les mutations du journalisme
Transition! Du secondaire à l'université
CHOQ FM will produce 30-minute reports designed to inform and question the community on local interest topics which stimulate public curiosity and in relation to which products, services, and news networks are available in Toronto. These "CHOQ-ing Reports" are part of an open content community education initiative designed to inform listeners, foster their critical judgement, and prompt them to action. Both content and form will be drawn up so as to gently question commonly accepted truths. The reports will deal with topics related to local and Toronto-specific realities in a tone that will be alternately humorous, satirical, sarcastic, or diplomatic.
L’été dans ma MRC!
CHOW 105.3 FM, Amos, Que.
CHOW plans to hire a summer intern who has an interest in radio broadcasting. The station will provide coaching to help the intern explore this interest through historical research on the Regional County Municipality’s 16 small towns (excluding Amos itself). The intern will focus on summer attractions and events as well as conducting interviews.
Total: $4,381 Read More
Ondes de chaleur et du bon temps à Val-des-Lacs
CHVL 106.5 FM, Val-des-Lacs, Que.
Croissant Soleil" avec Richard Morissette - 23 mai 2014
"Ma radio, ma communauté" avec Josée Dufresne - 10 juin 2014
"Croissant Soleil" avec Richard Morissette - 4 juillet 2014
The project "Ondes de chaleur et du bon temps à Val-des-Lacs" is a new series of summer radio broadcasts focused on the sense of belonging and the desire to accommodate visitors as well as residents. It is through the mobilization and facilitation of local activities from the beginning of the community radio in Val-des-Lacs in 2014 that we will ensure its sustainability.
Total: $4,284 Read More
Journaliste itinérant à temps partiel pour CHYZ 94,3 FM
CHYZ 94.3 FM, Québec, Que.
The main deficiency of CHYZ 94.3 FM, now, is an itinerant journalist who follows the news of the Quebec City area, focusing his work on what concern students at Laval University. Unfortunately, we have to rely on national media for our news content. We want to propel the career of a graduate in journalism from the University Laval. This reporter will have a daily news program in addition to a weekly show where he will address a topic of social issue in more depth. He will also have the mandate to make "podcasts" for the website www.chyz.ca.
Total: $5,720 Read More
Parcours en direct
CIBL 101.5 FM, Montréal, Que. and CISM 89.3 FM, Montréal, Que.
CIBL 101,5 Radio-Montréal celebrated its 30th anniversary last year with a broadcast of the final show of the FrancoFolies de Montréal throughout Québec and the Francophonie. This was a station first! On June 15, 2010, CIBL hosted the Rock Party des FrancoFolies featuring Les Trois Accords, Fred Fortin, Ariel and Gigi French live in concert and broadcast for the first time on community radio stations in Québec and throughout the world. This year, CISM and CIBL will undertake a joint training and learning project in order to produce approximately ten original spoken word programs, featuring music from and interviews with up-and-coming artists. The content will be made available to all community stations through a dedicated blog and website.
Total: $8,800 Read More
CiTR’s Coverage of the 2011 North American Outgames
CiTR 101.9 FM, Vancouver, B.C.
CiTR will hire an Outgames Project Coordinator and the necessary team of assistants and producers to provide extensive coverage of Vancouver’s 2011 Outgames. This coverage will include live broadcasts, interviews and/or highlights of sporting events, the Human Rights Conference and the cultural events and celebrations that accompany the games. The week will end with a live broadcast of the March of Athletes in the Vancouver Pride Parade. The paid coordinators and producers will mentor and train adults and youth from CiTR’s volunteer membership, in addition to those new members recruited from PRIDE UBC and the local LGBTQ youth organizations, including the Gab safe space run by Qmunity in Vancouver.
Total: $9,102 Read More
Student Fee Content Creation
CIVL 101.7 Abbotsford, B.C.
CIVL put together three weekly programs per week for the bulk of the length of the grant program (2.5 hours/week), as well as numerous students polls and surveys, encouraging students to get involved with speaking to and on CIVL Radio about where their student fees are being spent, how, and how it could be different, as well as problems with being able to maximize their impact.
Total: $9,810 Read More
CJFO 94.5 FM, Ottawa, Ont.
En famille : "Le bilinguisme"
En famille : "La grossesse"
En famille : "Santé mentale"
Producing a series of 16 30-minutes programs each designed and hosted by Julie Benoit, professor in Education program in child care (La Cité) and renowned childhood educator. Ms. Benoit professional experience allowed her to develop, over the years, expertise in child development, as well as prevention of adjustment disorders and developmental delays. She is a member of the College of early childhood educators in Ontario.
The program series will address current topics related to education and child psychology. While taking advantage of the extensive knowledge of the host, the show will be friendly and easily accessible. It will provide useful information and resources to a wider audience.
Total: $4,975 Read More
Valley of Water: The Arrow Lakes & The Columbia River Treaty
CJHQ 101.7 FM, Nakusp, B.C.
CJHQ will produce 5 one-hour documentary programs that explore the history and the future of the Arrow Lakes on the Columbia River. Through a series of interviews with key players, extensive research and locally produced segments, and voices of the community, the series will explore the area’s history prior to the flooding of the Arrow Lakes Valley in the 1960’s, the consequences of the flooding, and the lead-up to re-negotiation of the Columbia River Water Treaty between the US and Canada, a process which begins in 2014. Training will be done by the station with help from nearby Kootenay Co-op Radio.
Total: $7,460 Read More
Beyond Survival Development Project
CJMP 90.1 FM, Powell River, B.C.
This is a training program for CJMP members to learn how to produce a weekly one-hour spoken word show as a team. Each team has two hosts, a technician, producer, and two researchers who will learn to collaborate in order to produce high quality shows that run regularly. Through training, members will develop skills and passion for media that they will share with the community as they develop shows for and by the community into the future.
Total: $4,228 Read More
Sur la route gaspésienne
CJRG 94.5 FM, Gaspé, Que.
“Sur la route gaspésienne” will be a series of one-hour broadcasts, from noon to 1 p.m. every weekday, that will provide information on tourist attractions and the history of the Côte-de-Gaspé and Rocher-Percé region. This unique spoken word show will help tourists get acquainted with the region and will allow the local population to get reacquainted with their history and local attractions.
Des yeux et des oreilles pour nos communautés
CJSE 89.5 FM, Shediac N.B.
Topo : "Jeanne d'Arc Gaudet - Immigration au Nouveau-Brunswick"
Topo : "Hall of Fame - Memramcook"
Vox pop : "C'est quoi l'amour pour toi"
The project "Des yeux et des oreilles pour nos communautés" allow Radio Beauséjour to increase its presence in media events that nourish our regions. It will make possible the establishment of a network of five freelance journalists from local communities. The duty will be to attend press conferences, municipal councils meetings, cultural listings, sporting, political and social. Following their training, this group of freelancers will be able to perform the drafting and delivery of programming to be aired in our local news bulletins and also intervene in our public matter emissions.
Total: $7,108 Read More
CKCU 93.1 FM, Ottawa, Ont.
This project flows directly from our recently-completed Strategic Planning exercise, which resulted in four main goals, one of which is to focus CKCU on being what we are calling a "community media hub". In this model we seek to strengthen our ties with local community groups, some of whom we expect to become formal partners.
Total: $8,000 Read More
Égalité : Genre Féminin
CKIA 88.3 FM, Québec, Que.
“Égalité : Genre Féminin” is a reflection of the lives and status of immigrant women. The radio show addresses important issues from an immigrant perspective, such as gender equality, social integration, culture, fairness, health and career opportunities. This year, CKIA will hire a researcher and provide training in interviewing techniques, radio journalism, and verbal expression.
Faire de la radio, c’est comment? Journalisme et animation
CKXL 91.1 FM, Winnipeg, Man.
The management team of Envol 91 has noticed that radio training helps francophone high school students play a more active role in student activities, use French more frequently and improve their abilities in written and spoken French. CKXL will therefore produce seven one-hour radio broadcasts while working with one or more grade 5 to grade 12 classes from one or more French immersion schools or from schools of the Division scolaire franco-manitobaine. Students will receive three days of training in basic radio skills. The shows will be pre-recorded in Envol’s studios before being broadcast.
GroundWire Community News Network Capacity Improvement
National Campus and Community Radio Association, Ottawa, Ont.
This project will increase the frequency and quality of GroundWire, a national collaborative news program made up of contributions of local news from programmers throughout the NCRA membership. GroundWire is a 29-minute news radio program featuring headlines, reports and features from the community radio sector in Canada. The program aims to be a strong, reliable, high-quality newscast, engaging the audience with geographically and culturally diverse features that address issues of interest to specific communities as well as to a national audience. Eight bi-weekly 29-minute GroundWire programs will be created by the end of this project timeline.
Total: $8,500 Read More