The world of news media is evolving across the board. Whether through television, radio, newspapers or the internet the public is beginning to access and produce the news in alternate ways, piloting the industry toward a new era.
It’s a bold move for a radio station to claim to play “the best music of all time.” It’s even gutsier for that radio station to be run out of your bedroom. Third-year engineering student Leejay Schmidt is doing just that. He started an online radio station, the Mix, which went live in August and has
For anyone interested in music that goes beyond standard FM shlock-fare, there are few vestiges for alternative or independent music on the radio waves these days. Not to condemn rock radio for filling their quota, but if it's necessary to satiate CanCon law requirements, I could do without hearing Nickleback's “How You Remind Me” ever
This year marks the 20th anniversary of CFCR, Saskatoon's only community radio station. If you're unfamiliar with CFCR 90.5 FM, they operate out of a small office on 3rd Avenue downtown with a few employees and an army of dedicated, unpaid volunteers, which means, if you really love music, chances are you can manage to
Anna Maria Tremonti, host of The Current on CBC Radio One, records most episodes of her show in Toronto but earlier this week she recorded in Saskatoon, examining the city and province's economic successes.