As spring turns to summer, new things are in the air here at the station! We’ve moved into our swanky new digs in the newly-constructed, open concept Building S on the UFV campus. We’ve also acquired two new staff, who are going to bring their experience, knowledge, and personalities to take CIVL to the next level, as we, like goldfish, expand into our luxurious new space.
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Dave Cusick is our new Director of Programming and Volunteers. Dave began his radio career in Portland, Oregon in 2002 at KPSU, the college/community station of Portland State University. His show there was mostly new indie releases, mixed with classic late ‘70s-early ‘80s music, and he also often did interviews and hosted in-studio sessions. Eventually, his experience there landed him a job at Oregon Public Broadcasting, the NPR affiliate in Portland, where he continued playing the music he wanted others to hear, and interviewing musicians he’d always wanted to meet. When the global recession swept away his job, he resumed his radio work as a podcast.
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He’s happy to be working again in radio full-time, and is looking forward to helping CIVL hosts further develop their shows, and express their viewpoints and culture.
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Audrey MacDonald is our new Music Director. Audrey is an Abbotsford native, with memories of now-legendary Fun 100 concerts in church basements to prove it. She has volunteered with CIVL in the past, working on our music library, as well as at CiTR. She has studied Anthropology and Art History and is currently studying Library and Information Technology. She has experience working with the archives and collections of artist-run centres in Vancouver, and has done educational outreach at Vancouver Art Gallery.
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Audrey is adding new releases to our physical library, rebuilding our digital library, and is maintaining and expanding our relationships with record labels and musicians.