The Little Station That Could – CHSR 97.9FM Successfully Hosts the 37th Annual NCRC For over 57 years CHSR 97.9FM has been a staple in Fredericton’s local alternative scene. A founding member of the National Campus/Community Radio Association (NCRA), CHSR 97.9FM won their bid to host the 37th annual National Campus/Community Radio Conference (NCRC), which is
The conference guide is now available.
A beta version of the schedule is now available! Click to see it, and to learn a little more about our timings.
We’re hard at work getting everything lined up for the conference, but I thought we’d give you a bit of an update on how it’s going.
The NCRA has gained the support of the CRFC to help participants attend the NCRC!
Registration is now open! Find that link and related information (such as accommodation) here.
The session proposal form is now live! Please fill out a separate proposal for each session you’d like to host or see.
Woot! Time to gather information about who is planning to attend the NCRC37 in June!
This survey is meant to give us a chance to make sure we have some idea of needs, interests, demographics and more. Think of it a little like a planning document, and a little like the first half of registration.
Thanks for voting! Polls are now closed. Winners announced January 22nd! It’s that time of year again, for YOU to show YOUR support for your favourite CHSR show and host! Legend tells it, in 1960 a young Barry Yoell attended a conference in Toronto about radio. Enthused by that conference, and after a lot
Highland Games – Clan MacLean’s representative, president Andrea MacLean-Holohan stopped by to tell us about how active the Clan has been and how keen they are on growing through more events in Atlantic Canada.
Charlie of Clan Fraser came by the Highland Games tent to share the history of his clan.
Calling all artists, musicians, community organizations, friends, listeners, alumni and supporters of CHSR: we are holding a party, and we hope you’ll join us! For the last couple of years, CHSR has been celebrating the end of summer and the beginning of student season with fire! We will be hosting a BBQ for the community
The influence of Scotland can be seen around the world — sometimes in the most unusual of places. Come celebrate Scotland with us! Highland Radio airs live from the Highland Games and Scottish Festival on Saturday and Sunday, July 26 & 27, from 9am until 5pm.
Jay Malinowski & The Deadcoast‘s new album “Martel” will be relased February 11, 2014 and thanks to With A Bullet Radio Promotions YOU have a chance to win a signed copy. All you have to do is check out Jay Malinowski & The Deadcoast’s interactive website http://www.whoismartel.com/ and answer one of the following questions: 1) On a boat
CHSR is hosting their 4th annual benefit concert in the Shake n Bake series. This year’s concert will be held in the Cellar Pub in the student union building on campus. Featuring: Wooden Wives: R&B/Punk Lords from Port City https://www.facebook.com/woodenwives http://woodenwives.bandcamp.com/ Maiden Names: Blues Rock Supergroup from Fredericton https://www.facebook.com/maidennames http://maidennamesmusic.bandcamp.com/ Shorty Tubbs: Indie Pop Punk
It’s time again for the airwaves to turn pure plaid! CHSR is once again becoming “Highland Radio” for the weekend, in celebration of the New Brunswick Highland Games Festival. We’ll be broadcasting everything Scottish, live from under our tarp on the grounds at Government House on Woodstock road. We intend to go live by 9am
My previous article covered the wonderful Slam Poetry at the Cellar, and following up on that routine, I went to the Open Mic Night at the Windsor Castle Bar (AKA, the Grad House) here on campus. The Open Mic, every Tuesday, begins around 7:30pm with signups at 7, and is welcome to all grad students
Saturday we had an event to raise money for CHSR’s FunDrive at the Wilsler’s room. That’s a nice spot in the Capital Complex. It’s a cozy room with really nice acoustics, decent bar prices, and a nice layout for performers and spectators. I think the only odd part is that the entrance is on the
Friday we had a Hot Dog BBQ to celebrate and raise funds for FunDrive. It was the first event of our 2013 FunDrive and it was a success. The weatherman had predicted good weather and yet because this is Fredericton, the weather turned. Friday morning we woke to flurries and snow still on the ground.
I had never been to The Cellar, the pub on the UNB Fredericton campus, before Tuesday night. In fact, until recently, I didn’t know there was even a bar in the Student Union Building. However, upon discovering that there was going to be a Poetry Slam Competition, I decided that it may be a place
It’s time to talk to you about Dine Around Freddy. Are you prepared to throw away all your money, gain at least ten pounds even with hardcore exercise routines, and sob your way through all the paltry meals you make in comparison? Okay, maybe that is stretching it a little, but seriously. FOOD GET IN
When Saturday, March 30, 2013 Where Student Union Building – Atrium (Blue Room) What EPIC! is joining Geek and Sundry in Celebrating International TableTop Day! – We want to combine this with a bake sale for extra income – Epic will be covering the event and broadcasting via youtube a few days later. – Epic
When Thursday, March 28 Doors open at 8:00 Where Tilly Hall on the UNB Campus What In High Definition on the Big Screen in Tilly Hall There will be door prizes and a special price for the Best Dressed Zombie, Witch, or ASH Why By Donation $3 minimum This is all in support of CHSR’s