CFIM 32.7 FM, Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Que.
The station will hire a news reporter in order to enhance the on-location news coverage already provided by its other journalists. The intern will also learn CFIM’s work methods and will receive assistance in preparing and hosting public affairs shows or documentaries.
Stage radiophonique pour un jeune
CFRG 93.1 FM, Gravelbourg, Sask.
Jean Bilodeau et Carnival for Cows
CFRG FM will offer a radio internship session to a young Canadian aged between 16 and 30 wishing to start a radio career. At the end of the internship, the intern will also be asked to produce a series of radio programs on the Francophone musicians of his/her community. This series will comprise biographies and interviews of these musicians and will feature their music.
Total: $8,000 Read More
Aboriginal Language Learning Programming Mentorship
CFRO 102.7 FM, Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver Co-op Radio will provide radio training and mentorship opportunities for two aboriginal youth by engaging them in the project of producing a live, weekly program about aboriginal language learning. We hope that involving aboriginal youth in this project will not only provide them with concrete media skills that are transferable to other areas of their life, but it will also provide them with a direct connection to the languages and stories of their people.
Total: $10,000 Read More
Spoken Word Programming Assistant
CFRU 93.3 FM, Guelph, Ont.
This project will improve the quality of our spoken word programming by increasing the support and training offered to volunteers (and to new volunteers in particular) in the area of spoken word programming. This will be accomplished through the work done over the course of a 6 month Spoken Word Programming Assistant internship position.
First Nations Radio Documentary Series
CFUR 88.7 FM Prince George, B.C.
The project’s goal is to hire an Aboriginal intern to develop a bi-weekly documentary series focusing on First Nation issues in Northern BC. This documentary series will be an extension of the Resonating Reconciliation project and topics may include but are not limited to: The Highway of Tears, Residential School Reconciliation, Northern Gateway Pipeline, Traditional Culture and Music, Idle No More, Homelessness, and Aboriginal incarceration. The documentary series development will begin in May 2014 and will be broadcasted through the summer of 2014.
Total: $9,540 Read More
Concours radiophonique sous les feux de la rampe
CHAA 103.3 FM, Longueuil, Que.
The station will hold the fourth edition of the “Sous les feux de la rampe” radio contest. Young up-and-coming singer-songwriters from Montréal’s South Shore will have the opportunity to showcase their talent on air. Thirty-five one-hour radio shows featuring the contest finalists will be produced and broadcast by young people ages 16 to 30. Listeners will be able to vote for their favourite performers. Every week, a finalist will be selected. The winner is to be crowned during the grand finale gala, broadcast live on 103.3 FM.
CHES 101.5 FM, Erin, Ont.
The EDCHS Partnership is designed to create a meaningful and lasting partnership between Erin Radio and the Erin and District Composite High School and will develop programs and systems to incorporate radio broadcasting in the Communication Technology courses at the high school, set-up student run radio programs that will be broadcast both within the school and on Erin Radio, and to set up radio training opportunities for the students at EDHS.
Total: $9,775 Read More
Be The Voice
CHLI 101.1 FM, Rossland, B.C.
Rossland Radio Cooperative will create a youth internship program called "Be The Voice." This program will seek to work with youth in search of mentorship, education, and training in broadcasting within community radio. "Be the Voice" will expose youth to the roles of operations within a community radio station. It will allow the station to develop and engage a school outreach-marketing plan that can be used annually, as well as to create and initiate a recruiting and training program that is created by youth for youth.
Total: $8,867 Read More
Stage de formation en animation et en production audio
CHOD 92.1 FM, Cornwall, Ont.
The intern(s) will host a live three-hour daily weekday show featuring the music of Canadian artists, with a special emphasis on artists from Eastern Ontario. The program will also provide coverage of large-scale community events as well as interviews with community members. The intern or interns will be trained in research, writing, speaking, interview techniques, and radio hosting.
Total: $8,431 Read More
Stage programmation CHQC
CHQC 105.7 FM, Saint John, N.B.
The project's main goal is to hire an intern who will provide support to the station's day-to-day operations. In addition to providing relevant work experience to a young intern in a linguistic minority setting, this initiative will improve regular news coverage of the local francophone community. CHQC also intends to increase its public profile and its presence at cultural or sports events.
Total: $7,130 Read More
Mic'd Up – Community Connect Program
CHRY 105.5 FM, Toronto, Ont.
Mic’d Up will connect with young people aged 12-17 years with skill sets used to deliver community broadcasting and work to develop youth-targeted public service announcement segments and full-length youth-led shows for broadcast on-air and through CHRY new-media outlets. This initiative will encourage participants to critically dissect relevant local topics and voice thoughtful opinion from a youth perspective. Their work will establish an ongoing platform for young people in the community to publicly voice their perspective, which is traditionally marginalized in other media outlets.
Total: $4,579 Read More
Coordonnateur de la programmation francophone
CHUO 89.1 FM, Ottawa, Ont.
RADIO ACTIVE - Entrevue avec Pandaléon by Chuo891fm on Mixcloud
This internship will provide training for a youth interested in all aspects of radio broadcasting while increasing our impact in our local Francophone community. Our “Coordonnateur de la programmation francophone” will work closely with our Program Director to increase our capacity to work within the Francophone community, to develop relevant programming, to recruit new volunteers and to increase promotion of CHUO within our local Francophone community.
Total: $10,000 Read More
Relève en information régionale
CIEU 94.9 FM and 106.1 FM, Carleton-sur-Mer, Que.
Diffusion Communautaire Baie-des-Chaleurs will provide an internship to a student completing his or her studies in communications. The intern will be able to put into use the training and knowledge acquired through their studies. This new journalist will work under the watchful supervision of two veteran journalists and will prepare daily reports on local and regional issues, cover events in person and attend press conferences. The intern will also host live news broadcasts.
Total: $10,000 Read More
Place à la relève
CINN 91.1 FM Hearst, Ont.
This project aims to bring young student interns to develop a 30 minutes weekly program. The issues touched will be portraits of athletes, sports teams, local artists or people or groups of people who stand out for their dedication on the social level. The interns will meet these people and their entourage, and talk with them about their passions, their efforts or their dreams.
Total: $5,891 Read More
Community News Editor
CIVL 101.7 FM, Abbotsford, B.C.
CIVL’s Community News Editor will be trained in reviewing, selecting, writing, producing, and scheduling different lengths and volumes of appropriate news programming for consistent airing of local and relevant international news content. The purpose would be to serve the Fraser Valley with unbiased, relevant local news content that focuses on environmental, academic, municipal/regional political, and community issues and events that are otherwise non-existent on the FM band in the area.
Total: $5,394 Read More
Paid Student Intern
CIWS 102.7 FM, Stouffville, Ont.
The station will hire an intern for a period of 6 months to work 35 hours a week to develop additional radio programmes which require a coordinator. In addition there are editing duties which need to be done, especially the preparation of repeats of shows that were broadcast live. Entering new music into the computers also needs help. There are a huge variety of jobs that could be done by an intern and this would release existing volunteers to do more.
CJAM's Music Department Community Outreach and Development Project
CJAM 99.1 FM, Windsor, Ont.
This project will create a Youth Internship through CJAM's Music Department aimed at (A) bringing local music of all genres, languages, and cultures into CJAM, while (B) educating artists of their rights, responsibilities and royalties. Mostly, however, it will bring local music and the people who make it (again, regardless of genre, language, and culture) into CJAM that should be part of CJAM. This internship will provide employment for a young person aspiring to work in music and/or broadcasting, and a real opportunity to work alongside CJAM's Music Director, Murad Erzinclioglu, who is now recognized locally, nationally, and internationally as an expert on the process of musicians connecting with radio stations, DJs, music directors, record labels, listeners and audiences. This position will also help to bridge the gap between musicians and broadcasters, with the assistance of the Youth Music Department Community Outreach and Development Coordinator. The successful candidate will travel into music communities across the music board to bring the people and the music that they make back to CJAM. This will include direct outreach into indie rock communities, but just as importantly into musicians toiling in culture communities, who, in many cases, are not aware of that CJAM is the best stage in Windsor-Detroit for music no matter the genre or language.
Total: $10,000 Read More
CJPN 90.5 FM, Fredericton, N.B.
Radio-Fredericton will provide training to youths attending 2 eighth-grade classes at l’École Ste-Anne-de-Fredericton. This 4-week project is part of an overall mandate to promote the inclusion of youth within Francophone media. The students will acquire four basic skills: speech abilities, knowledge of Francophone music and culture, research and interview techniques, and radio programming. Underlying this project is the mandate to promote individual and collective pride in mastering the French language through participation in the project and eventually through the production of programs that will be aired in the community.
Total: $4,036 Read More
La tournée régionale
CJRG 94.5 FM, Gaspé, Que.
CJRG FM will invite young communications and media technology students to take part in an internship designed to complete their training under the supervision of the station's programming and news managers. By the end of the internship, the students will be able to produce and air interviews from which newscasts and audio clips will be derived. Priority will be given to local and regional news.
Total: $9,160 Read More
Être entendu et écouté par sa communauté : un savoir-faire radiophonique
CJRM 97.3 FM, Labrador City, N.L.
Rafale FM will offer a series of training workshops to young volunteers on an annual basis. These workshops will help the station in its volunteer recruitment efforts and enhance the volunteers’ creative spirit. Participants will learn effective communication and listening skills. Throughout the workshops, the volunteers will become increasingly comfortable with the new technologies that are an integral part of modern radio broadcasting.
Total: $6,485 Read More
Multicultural News Coordinator
CJSW 90.9 FM, Calgary, Alta.
CJSW will employ a full-time youth intern as a Multicultural News Coordinator. The Multicultural News Coordinator will work first-hand with the News Director and a group of volunteers to gain the skills necessary to produce one hour per week of original spoken-word radio programming that will broadcast on the CJSW airwaves and made available online at cjsw.com. The focus of the content will be stories that reflect upon the cultural diversity of Calgary and its surrounding area's population. The Multicultural News Coordinator will produce unique content and cover stories that are not being given adequate coverage by the other media outlets in the City of Calgary. This is the mandate of CJSW's news department and will be an underlying driver of the Multicultural News Coordinator position.