Archive for the ‘CiTR Updates’ Category

DJ 101.9 is back! Learn to DJ with CiTR

Learn how drum beats and loops work, and how to mix music at CiTR! Our DJ 101.9 workshops are from 6-9 PM on Tuesdays in the CiTR studios. Free for students and CiTR members! No experience is necessary, and equipment is provided. Want to learn how to make your own tracks or mix tapes? Interested in remixing […]

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24 Hours of Radio Art 2015!

Update Schedule Below! On Saturday, January 17, artists around the world celebrates Art’s Birthday and CiTR transmits local Radio Art to the world. Our celebration, 24 Hours of Radio Art will broadcast Midnight to Midnight on CiTR 101.9FM and www.citr.ca.  See the full (updated as of January 16) schedule here: Schedule 2015 Featuring: Javier Pinango, Don […]

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CiTR is looking for a new Advertising/Distribution Coordinator

CiTR is hiring! Are you interested in joining the CiTR/Discorder team, hitting the streets and sharing the good news of independent media? We’re looking for an outgoing, keen and organized salesperson to manage relationships with local businesses and deliver discorder to happy faces each month. Read the job posting and apply by Thursday, January 22!

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The CBC’s Lisa Christiansen is doing a January workshop at CiTR! RSVP Today

  Interviewing Musicians for Radio An In-depth interview workshop Hosted by the CBC’s Lisa Christiansen Wednesday January 28 7pm-9pm Room 212a at UBC’s Student Union BuildingLisa Christiansen is no new face to the possible struggles of conducting a great interview. Currently, she does traffic/arts for the CBC Radio 1 program On the Coast, but in […]

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Join us for 24 Hours of Student Power!

On Monday, December 1st, CiTR will be hosting 24 Hours of Student Power! The annual event has students broadcasting live from the station for a full 24 hours. Numerous UBC clubs and organizations will be coming on air to chat about, and promote their cause. List of participants includes the UBC Social Justice Centre, Blank Vinyl Project, […]

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Guitarist Adrian Verdejo: Guest Appearance and Live Performance on 4’33”

Please join me in welcoming Adrian Verdejo for a live on-air performance on 4’33”, on Monday, Dec. 1st, 6-7pm. As an in-demand Vancouver-based guitarist, Adrian performs both as a soloist and with the Victoria Guitar Trio and Erato Ensemble. He has also performed with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, the Turning Point Ensemble and the Aventa […]

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Looking For An Arts Director at CiTR!

Are you interested in being our next Arts Director?  We are currently looking for someone, or some two, to take on this role.  The Arts Report is one of CiTR’s flagship programs, helping us serve our community by reporting on local and underrepresented cultural events happening at UBC and in the Lower Mainland.  For a complete […]

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Discorder Readership Survey!

Hey readers! Have you picked up a copy of Discorder lately? That magazine from CiTR 101.9 FM wants to know more about its readers and how you feel about the magazine. Fill out the Discorder Readership Survey, and you’ll be entered in a draw to win gift certificates to Vinyl Records, The Rickshaw, and The Lido! The survey […]

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November Workshop: Interviewing 101.9

Interviewing 101.9 Former CiTR Arts Director Adam Janusz will take you through the basics of interviewing live on the air. Wednesday November 26th 7pm-9pm in Council Chambers(Room 206) of the Student Union Building Whether it’s formulating good interview questions or wrangling your subject for an interview, we got your back! Join Adam Janusz, former CiTR Arts […]

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The Four Pillars Revisited by The Terry Project

In 2001, after much campaigning by activists, academics and public health officials, Vancouver’s municipal council approved the boldest, most progressive drug policy in North America: A Framework For Action: A Four-Pillar Approach to Vancouver’s Drug Problems. The Four Pillars‘ philosophy was simple but revolutionary: the government should lessen the harms associated with drug use, even […]

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