Archive for the ‘CiTR Updates’ Category

SHiNDiG Submissions Deadline Extended!

Great news! The SHiNDiG submissions deadline has been EXTENDED for another WHOLE WEEK! So what are you waiting for!?! GET YOUR SUBMISSIONS IN!!! SHiNDiG is CiTR’s annual battle of the bands competition that continues to offer the freshest underground music in a contest that spans 13 weeks (September to December).All styles are welcome — whether […]

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Advanced Editing Workshop This Wednesday July 31st!

This Wednesday July 31st, come join us in Room 226J of the University of British Columbia’s Student Union Building for workshop on Advanced Editing Techniques! Featuring Gordon Katic and CJ Mahajan from The Terry Podcast. Presenters will take attendees through some of their most cherished clips and then explaining how these masterpieces were constructed. It will be […]

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Volunteer Position: Web Developer for Discorder

CiTR is looking for a volunteer to join the Discorder Magazine team as the Web Developer of the Discorder website. The Web Developer will work alongside the current Web Editor to help split website responsibilities into web content editing and web development/design. If you have time to spare and the skills to help us with […]

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Live Broadcast from the Vancouver Folk Festival!

Saturday, July 20, at Jericho Beach Park, CiTR will be live from location between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. with hosts Steve Edge (Saturday Edge), Linda Bull (Give Em The Boot), CJ and Wade (Discorder Radio).  Tune-in to hear artist interviews and performances, such as Danish band Habadekuk at 9 a.m.!  If you’re attending, then please stop […]

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DJ’s Wanted! Mentorship Opportunities!

Co-hosts are wanted for the following two great shows on CiTR!  Open to all to apply.  Check the details and listen to the clips below. 1. Classic Soul and Rhythm & Blues from the 50′s – 70′s on SHAKE A TAIL FEATHER, every other Sunday from 3-5 p.m.  DJ V has been hosting Shake A […]

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CiTR thanks the Djavad Mowafaghian Foundation!

CiTR thanks the Djavad Mowafaghian Foundation for their generous support! In 2003 Djavad Mowafaghian created and funded a foundation to improve the lives of children through health and education. CiTR thanks you for supporting CiTR’s quality community-oriented programming including Simorgh, a weekly program devoted to education and literacy for Persian youth. This year, CiTR fundraised […]

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SHiNDiG 2013 Now Accepting Entries!

Are you a band or musician located in Vancouver or the Lower Mainland? We are now accepting entries for SHiNDiG 2013, to held between September to December this year. SHiNDiG is CiTR’s annual battle of the bands competition. All styles are welcome — whether you are a solo country artist or a 10-piece punk band. […]

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Call for Producers! Training provided!

The National Campus and Community Radio Association successfully applied for a grant through the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to create the Resonating Reconciliation project. This project seeks to address the legacy of Indian Residential Schools by engaging community radio stations to train Indigenous programmers to create 30-minute documentaries on a wide range of related topics […]

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Job Posting – Editor-in-Chief for Discorder Magazine

Discorder, that magazine from CiTR 101.9, is hiring an Editor-in-Chief. If you’ve got a passion for Vancouver’s independent music scene, a flair for right words and good writing, and would love to lead a lively team of writers, photographers, and illustrators, this might be the position for you. Read the post below for the details […]

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Record Store Day 2013 Live Broadcast

Starting at noon this Saturday, CiTR 101.9 FM and CJSF 90.1FM  team up once again for an 8 hour live broadcast from 5 stores across Vancouver!  The world will be saved by the formation of two-station hosting. Tune in to hear bands and DJ’s playing live at Beat Street, Neptoon, Red Cat, Vinyl and Zulu Records (sponsored […]

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