CFRC’s new program schedule features great block programming, including: Monday night Punk, Hip Hop Wednesdays, Multicultural Thursdays, Four to the Floor (Dance) Fridays!
Join the longest-running campus-based broadcaster in the world! Kingston community members of all ages and backgrounds, including all Queen’s students, are invited to join CFRC as we recruit volunteers for our autumn training cycle. Deadline to apply is October 6. For more information and application details, visit our become-a-volunteer page.
CFRC is delighted to announce the 2nd annual Robert H. Black Documentary Residency Program this fall, through the Department of Film and Media at Queen’s University. The residency program, made possible through the support of CFRC and Queen’s alumnus Bob Black, provides emerging media artists, journalists and broadcasters an avenue for developing their skills and careers by offering financial and infrastructure support for the practice of advanced audio documentary production techniques at CFRC 101.9fm, Radio Queen’s University. Participants in the Robert H. Black residency program must be registered Queen’s University students at the time of applying. To apply, candidates will be asked to submit their contact information along with a 1-2 page proposal for their project. Two students will be selected to receive free training, studio time, access to equipment and mentoring, plus a $500 honorarium for completing their hour-long documentary projects before March 31, 2015. Proposals can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by the application deadline of Friday, October 10 at 5pm.
Join us for the upcoming Golden Gaels football season, with all broadcasts kicking off at 12:30pm. Last year’s broadcast team is back for another exciting season – bringing you the hard hitting action, starting Labour Day Monday. Check out our sponsors: Tommy’s, Frontenac Cycle, DrugSmart Pharmacy, The Queen’s Inn, and Old Farm Fine Foods.