CIVL 101.7 FM at UFV in Abbotsford invites you to participate in the next project funded by the Community Radio Fund of Canada. The CRFC’s $50,000 grant is aimed at providing accessible training and sustainable engagement to Fraser Valley community members interested in participating in media. Two workshop presenters kick off this initiative.
Hired to coordinate this project is Gordon Katic of Cited, a syndicated program based out of CiTR 101.9 FM at UBC. Gordon will be at CIVL Monday, January 30th starting at 10 am to discuss any questions participants have about this project. Reach him via firstname.lastname@example.org
What? Radio Mini School: Become a student of the radio mini school, and you’ll attend a half-day workshop with leading producers, receive hands on mentorship in developing your own radio piece, and then hear that piece play live on CIVL 101.7 FM. How much does this amazing program cost? Nothing!
We pay you between $250-500.
Location: UFV Abbotsford Building A, Room 229, 33844 King Road
~~~Getting the Most from your Guests with Mark Forsyth~~~
Mark, the long-time host of CBC’s B.C. Almanac, will offer an advanced workshop on what you need to know to conduct a winning interview.
~~~Reporting for the Radio with Jessica Partnow~~~
Jessica, an award-winning international radio journalist, will teach you how to get the answers you need in order to build a radio report of the highest journalistic standards.
~~~Producing Memorable Work by Jeff Emtman~~
Jeff , the creator of one of the most inventive podcasts around, KCRW’s Here Be Monsters, will show you ways to create work that captures an audience’s attention.