|IN PERSON tours are EVERY WEEKDAY @ 12pm at the station
||Click here for more info on all the trainings we offer including Spoken Word and Discorder trainings|
|Message ✴♡ dora ♡✴ on Discord to arrange an alternative time||Click here for all sign ups and manuals|
Click the links below for more info on what you can do with CiTR & Discorder
Steps of getting started at CiTR & Discorder…
Not sure where to start and want to speak to someone?
Message ✴♡ dora ♡✴ on Discord
CiTR is a radio station! So you can host a radio show!
Radio is 24/7, 365 days a year and our grid has shows that cover everything from local news, to pop, to jazz, to accessibility issues, to metal, and pretty much everything in between! Get a show and talk about whatever you want, as long as you care about it.
We broadcast in 9 different languages and train you on how to do everything! No experience necessary!
Host a show!
Here are the steps to getting a show…
- Get trained. Sign up for 1.Production and 2.Show Host training to virtually learn the basics of audio editing and making radio! Click here for all sign ups and manuals!
- Contribute to 2 episodes of the radio collective of your choice.
- Host a “fill in” and practice picking music, pacing your show, hosting on air, and just making radio.
- Pitch your show to the Programming Manager.
- Submit a demo of your show to get feedback.
- Host a frickin’ show!
Join a collective!
Our radio collectives are shows hosted by a group of volunteers. You can practice all the steps that go into making a radio show with the support of volunteers with similar interests and passions
Our collectives cover local news, arts, accessibility, sports, music affairs, and more! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Who to contact!
Accessibility Collective Lead – Nicole, email@example.com
Arts Collective Lead – Ruby & Lua, firstname.lastname@example.org
Intersectionality Collective Lead – Randi, email@example.com
Music Collective Lead – Lana, firstname.lastname@example.org
News Collective Lead – Jasmine, email@example.com
Indigenous Collective Lead – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sports Collective Lead – email@example.com
Discorder Magazine is a bi-monthly arts-and-culture magazine that’s 100% written by volunteers!
And we publish it all, baby! You can…
…review albums, podcasts, films, or live shows
…write an op-ed on something you’re passionate about!
…feature a local artist!
…get your illustrations published!
…do a photoshoot with Vancouver’s hottest up-and-coming stars!
Write for Discorder!
Make art with Discorder!
Real Live Action
|Go to a (live) show of your choice and write a review of your night! Plus you get to go for free so…||Discorder’s pages are filled with beautiful illustrations done by volunteers from UBC and greater Vancouver’s art community|
|Listen to an album, read a book, or enjoy a podcast and let the world know what you think||Take photographs of events, workshops, or featured artists and we’ll print them!|
Is graphic design your passion?
|We’re in a digital age and sometimes we don’t have room to print everything we want to cover, especially in a timely way. Get your voice out there ASAP with a web exclusive||We have a small team of Production Assistants who work with the Art Coordinator to layout the magazine, design social media campaigns, make posters for upcoming events, and more…|
|Discorder covers everything from album releases to current events
Meet some of Vancouver’s heavy hitters, build your writing skills, and practice working with a publication
Who to contact!
We get 1 bin of physical music submissions a week… plus digital submissions!
Our music library is essentially an archive of niche local music going back to the 1980s with almost 60,000 CDs, 11,000 LPs, 4,500 7”s, and 500 cassettes
You can review all the music that comes in and help decide what would be a good fit for our programmers and what gets added to our library
We have a lot of radio shows (and could always use more) but sometimes we just have to air a playlist made by volunteers
It can be a playlist of whatever you want, as long as you think it’s good music
CiTR & Discorder host shows throughout the year like…
Victory Square Block Party
|Hosted every Labour Day Weekend at Victory Square with Megaphone Magazine!||Our annual Battle of the Bands!||A celebration of the end of our annual fundraiser week: Fundrive!|
Volunteers can help with setting up the equipment, doing sound tech, and interviewing the bands!
Who to contact!
Broadcasting from the unceded, ancestral, and traditional land of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ speaking Musqueam people, CiTR 101.9FM is the student radio voice of the University of British Columbia
CiTR & Discorder exists to
- Provide community access to media opportunities and space for underrepresented voices,
- Create alternative and locally-based content, and
- Empower UBC students and community members through training and participation in the media.
CiTR & Discorder is the only student-run campus radio station in Canada! The Student Executive is a group of dedicated UBC students who help with station governance and student & community outreach. It’s a great opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at station events, projects, and day-to-day operations