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Listen Up! Speaker Series CFUZ
The Listen Up! Peach City Radio Speaker Series is a training program, primarily designed to inspire community members to participate in community radio, and to provide practical information on topics relevant to new and developing programmers, members and volunteers.
This series was made possible by a grant from the Community Radio Fund of Canada.
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Episode 7 - Holger Petersen - Talking Music featuring Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne Posted: May 25, 2018 - 58 minutes - 83.6 Mb -
Holger Petersen is most likely a familiar name to any avid CBC listener. His show "Natch'l Blues" on CKUA is the longest running blues program in Canada, and he has hosted "Saturday Night Blues" on CBC for over 30 years. Holger is the co-founder of Stony Plain Records - winner of 13 Juno Awards, and is a founder and past Artistic Director of the Edmonton Folk Music Festival. Holger joins us for his first time ever at the Dream Café to discuss his journey in music and radio. He will be joined on stage by Kelowna blues musician Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne.
Episode 6 - Panel Broadcast - Let's Talk Radio Posted: May 5, 2018 - 58 minutes - 55.7 Mb -
As part of the Listen Up! Speaker Series at Peach City Radio, we've invited 3 prominent & successful community radio veterans from across Western Canada to participate in a workshop weekend in Pentcton.
During this LIVE broadcast, our panel will explore where Peach City Radio is going, talk to some of the people making it happen, and discuss the challenges and rewards of building community radio in Penticton.
The panel comprises Glen Ingram (Station Manager, CICK Smithers BC) Victoria King (Program Manager, CKUW Winnipeg) and Myke Atkinson (Host of "Big Friday", CJSW Calgary)
Episode 5 - The Pack A.D. - Your Band Can be on the Radio Posted: April 28, 2018 - 58 minutes - 56.6 Mb -
Known primarily for their raucous live shows, acid wit, and bruising vocals, the Pack A.D. (guitarist Becky Black and drummer Maya Miller) bring an immense amount of energy and gigantic sound to their live shows. Leaving their amps in Vancouver, they sit with us to discuss their journey as a band, and how community radio played a role.
Episode 4 - Katie Jensen - How To Trick People Into Learning: Using Humour in Podcasting Posted: February 16, 2018 - 58 minutes - 111.4 Mb -
Podcasting is storytelling within the era of emerging digital media. What is the best way to convey a story to your audience? Entertain, educate... or both? Join us for an evening with Katie Jensen, and explore the use of humour in making a great podcast.
Katie is a freelance producer who has worked on podcasts for CANADALAND, The Imposter, and Polaris Music Prize, among many others. She currently produces and helped to develop The Secret Life of Canada, a history podcast that hit #2 in Canada and was listed as New and Noteworthy after its debut episode.
Episode 3 - Janet Rogers - The Many Faces of Radio Posted: January 25, 2018 - 58 minutes - 83.3 Mb -
Mohawk radio host, doc producer and poet, Janet Rogers will present the various ways she engages radio in her writing, as a performance artist and through documentary film.
Episode 2 - Chad Saunders - Breaking the Sound Barrier: Exploring the Unlimited Potential of Community-Based Radio Posted: November 10, 2017 - 58 minutes - 111.4 Mb -
Even as technology evolves, radio continues to play an integral part in the way we perceive the world around us.
Each and every time a local broadcaster turns on the microphone, they have an opportunity to change their community and the world for the better.
Community radio increasingly is playing an important role in the media landscape by representing a diverse range of voices and programming, allowing local communities to share their stories and to engage listening audiences.
An extremely enthusiastic speaker, Rosemary will kick off the Peach City Radio Listen Up! Speaker Series with an engaging talk focusing on building and maintaining a strong sense of community through the arts.
Rosemary draws on a wealth of experience in her work across the country including positions with the Calgary Philharmonic, Winnipeg Symphony, ant the Canadian Opera Company in Toronto. She has delighted audiences as a guest conductor and clinician from Victoria to Kingston.