Mar 02 2014
The Radio Malaspina Society/CHLY 101.7FM is looking to fill two important positions on staff: Station Manager: We are currently looking to hire a dynamic and motivated individual for the position of Station Manager. The ideal candidate will have strong leadership skills and experience within a supervisory position. Strong communication skills are a must. Must be […]
The next RMS board meeting will be:
Where: Oak Tree Manor – 325 Hecate Street
Feb 18 2014
Draft minutes of board meeting with a number of important decisions including renewal of the Queens studio lease.
Feb 13 2014
The Nanaimo Blues Society presents:
Uncle Wiggly’s Hot Shoes Blues Band
At the Queens Pub
Friday March 7 at 7pm
Tickets: $10 in advance $15 at the door
Click through for the full press release
A new funding opportunity is available for Aboriginal youth in B.C. who wish to pursue a career in the arts through the Creative Youth Initiatives Program.
The First Peoples’ Cultural Council will implement the pilot program, called “Aboriginal Youth Engaged in the Arts” through a partnership with the BC Arts Council.
Application deadline: March 17, 2014
Click the headline for more details and links to apply.
Jan 25 2014
Seeds & Freedom
Jan 18 2014
Voices on Alternative Radio Every Thur 11AM: Jules Boykoff, Amiri Baraka, Ray Saurez, Sonia Nazario
Descriptions of valuable Canadian news programs that air on CHLY 101.7fm every week
Dec 24 2013
What you’ll hear on today’s episode of Democracy North. Formerly known as This Week on Media Mornings, Democracy North is a weekly independent Canadian and global news hour, featuring the week’s top grassroots headlines and commentators reported daily by our team of journalists.airing on CHLY 101.7fm every Tuesday at 11am
2013 Audited Financial Statements are in
Not paid your Fund Drive pledge yet? Here are some ways you can make good on your pledge: Pay with cash – Come in to the station at 2, 34 Victoria Crescent. Pay with Cheques -Make your cheque payable to the “Radio Malaspina Society’ and either mail it or drop it off at 2, 34 […]
…To our listeners, members, and supporters we want to say thank you. We remain committed to quality programming on CHLY 101.7fm, and will continue to bring you the thoughtful, independent shows that you’ve come to love.
Nov 14 2013
At the 2013 AGM 8 people were elected to the Board of Directors for two year terms.
There were two people who remained for the second year of their two year terms.
Nov 05 2013
Voices on Alternative Radio for the month of October…
Oct 03 2013
The Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG) is an independent research and media organization based in Montreal. Since 2001, they’ve been publishing on a broad range of issues focussing on social, economic, strategic and environmental processes. Late last year they launched their Global Research News Hour podcast, now heard on CHLY every Thursday at 1pm.
A CHLY mention is a 10-12 second recorded segment in which listeners can have almost any message they want broadcast once a week. An example message could be
“This hour is brought to you by John Tesh. Reminding you that easy listening music is the only way to go.”
Local business can also purchase a mention as well. An example message could be.
“This hour is brought to you by, John’s Plumbing on Texada Island. Specializing in removing the crap from your toilette. Call John at 555-555-5555″
Some restrictions apply. For more details please email email@example.com or call 250 716 3410
CHLY 101.7fm in Nanaimo, a listener-supported, volunteer-driven community-based campus radio station, is always willing to consider donations from the community. Volunteer labour is a key to our survival, since it is through member volunteers’ donations of their time that we are able to function with a small budget. We are able to turn each dollar […]
The people of Radio Malaspina (CHLY 101.7 FM) are committed to engaging our listeners with an inclusive, intelligent and innovative alternative media experience. We encourage personal responsibility in all levels of community. We are a campus- and community-supported forum and stage for the voices of Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, the Islands and beyond.