Top 30 for the week ending July 22 , 2014

Some weeks a relative few tracks are played a lot and some weeks lots get played without any being runaway winners. That was this week.
Jpnsgrls came out on top but there was a large pack right behind them. Click the header to see the full results.
And don’t forget about our Beer and Burger coming up this weekend. Support community based campus radio… and hello…beer.

Tune into CHLY 101.7fm and find out how you can win tickets! An evening with Amos Lee – July 21, Port Theatre Nanaimo & July 22, Alix Goolden Hall, Victoria…more info at Description Amos Lee Monday, July 21, 2014 Port Theatre 125 Front St., Nanaimo BC Doors 6:30pm – Show 7:30pm Tickets: $55.50-$59.50 + service […]

Experiment: 6 month chart ranking

By request. An experiment: Ranking all the new music charted in the last six months. It’s a long list.
Click the headline to check it out.

CHLY Beer & Burger Fundraising Event

Fun, entertainment, good times….and all for a good cause. The cause?, the continued support for CHLY community radio! Sunday, July 27th, starting at 4pm. Join us for some fun, entertainment, great food, a silent auction and lots of prizes.  Tickets are only $15 dollars, and are available at Fascinating Rhythm, Tom Lee Music Nanaimo and CHLY radio, located […]

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Lois Lane Lunch Break- Summer Concert Series

The CHLY Lois Lane Lunch Break Summer Music Series China Steps, Downtown nanaimo Thursday Noon-2pm June 5th- August 28th The Downtown Nanaimo Business Improvement Assoiciation and CHLY are transforming the city’s historic China Steps into a vibrant green park space. To celebrate we are hosting a series of lunchtime music concerts! This fun, festive summertime […]

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Advertising Sales Position

This full time, or part time, selling opportunity, is available to a self-motivated, organized, and public relations oriented person. CHLY radio sales offers the opportunity for smaller, local businesses to be able to advertise to Nanaimo and the other areas CHLY Radio serves, including the Gulf Islands.
Click on the headline to read all the details.

“A new radio show featuring heritage, language and music from Central Vancouver Island’s culturally rich aboriginal groups will launch this May.

The program, being called Si’em’ nu Ts’lhhwulmuhw (meaning “my fellow native people” in the Hul’qumi’num language), aims to educate the public on culture and history from Nanaimo’s three area First Nations: Snuneymuxw, Stz’uminus and Snaw-Naw-As (Nanoose).”

-Click the headline to find the link to the full Nanaimo Daily News article

Thanks to CHEK TV for the nice feature on Gord’s last show:,AAAA4mHNTzE~,ejlzBnGUUKY1gXVPwEwEepl35Y795rND&bclid=975107450001&bctid=3493012359001

(copy the url into your browser or click the red title to go to the post and click the link there)

Thanks for all the tunes Gord.

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Purchase a “mention” on CHLY 101.7 FM

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 or call 250 716 3410

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CHLY Wish List

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 Radio Malaspina Society

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.