Thanks to a grant from the Canada Summer Jobs program, CHMA is looking to hire two people to produce Boardwalk Radio this summer.

The first position is that of Boardwalk Radio Producer.
The Boardwalk Radio Producer will coordinate all aspects of CHMA’s Noon-Hour Community News Magazine Broadcast. This will include recruiting summer programmers and volunteers, organizing the promotion of local community events on-air, assisting in the organization of live broadcasts of community events, working with the Town of Sackville and Mount Allison University to report on Summer Activities, preparing and filing logs, responding to tracking inquiries, entering new CD submissions into the library database, assisting in general office duties, producing CHMA promos, coordinating workshops and assisting in general production duties. The Producer will work with the CHMA Summer Reporter and community volunteers to coordinate the production of content for Boardwalk Radio including live-to-air and taped interviews, news reports, weather reports, sports updates, and community event announcements. The Producer will oversee the weekly schedule of Boardwalk Radio, assign stories, assist with production, and oversee the program to ensure that it meets CHMA’s high standards for broadcast content.

The second position is for a Summer Events Reporter.
Responsibilities include recruitment of summer programmers and volunteers, organizing the promotion of local community events on air, assist in the organization of live broadcasts of community events, work with the town of sackville and Mount Allison Unviersity to report on summer activities, prepare and file logs, respond to tracking inquiries, enter new CD submissions into library database, prepare and distribute summer radio guide, assist in general office duties, produce CHMA promos, coordinate workshops and assist in general production duties. The main focus of the position will be producing content for our flagship noon hour news/community events program, Boardwalk Radio.

Please submit your application to by Noon on May 31, 2019.
Starting date is flexible. Training is provided.


Tune in Thursdays at 1:30pm for the month of March to hear “Revistiation” a creative nonfiction podcast created by Brendan MaGee, former Interim Programing Director at CKDU in Halifax and co-organizer of Shivering Songs in Fredericton. This four episode podcast is an audio collage encompassing journal entries from November 2016 through November 2017, and features music in heavy rotation during that time, and songs created specifically for this podcast by New Brunswick expats Brookside Mall and Cedric Noel.

Be sure to tune in for this special broadcast!

CHMA Is Hiring a Sesquicentennial Reporter!

Thanks to a grant from the Canada Summer Jobs Program, we’re looking for someone to help us celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canada!

Are you interested in community events, community gardens, history, tourism, local stories, local music and everything that makes our community great?
We’re hiring a summer reporter/producer for our daily community magazine program “Boardwalk Radio!” and we’re looking for someone who enjoys talking to people, asking questions, and getting involved in their community. A love of radio is also an asset but experience is not necessary!

The position is for 40 hours per week @ $12.00 per hour for 8 weeks. Start date is flexible and there may be an opportunity for additional weeks for the right applicant. All applicants must be eligible for Canada Summer Jobs Grant to be considered for this position.

Please submit your resume along with a brief cover letter summarizing your other interests to for consideration.

All applicants who qualify will receive an interview. The deadline for applications is May 8, 2017.

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Be sure to make it out next week to find out who will be playing the 14th edition of the Stereophonic Music Festival! Stereophonic itself happens in January, 2017.


Here we go, a new Attic Transmissions! Find it in print (on lovely goldenrod paper) around Sackville this afternoon!


Another week, another issue of Attic Transmissions! It is currently off to the printers and can be found around Sackville very soon. This week features the usual (the charts, our schedule, upcoming events), but we’re also lucky to have former CHMA-er (lifetime CHMA-er in our hearts) Taylor McCuaig interview Peterborough, ON’s the Lonely Parade. Check it out!


Attic Transmissions returns! This week’s issue is off to the printers and can be found around Sackville later today. The on-air version will be on every Tuesday at 2PM.


This weekend we are proud to offer a few extra programs to our on-air schedule. These shows are the result of friends of CHMA returning to Sackville for the SappyFest weekend. The special programming includes former Programming Director Vanessa Blackier bringing back the AM Transistor (Friday, 11AM), Ilse Kramer will be on for two hours with Snappy Radio (Friday, 3PM), Brian Cleveland and Anthony Enman will be live in studio presenting a special edition of the Earshot! 20 (Friday, 5PM), and Jim Kilpatrick will be bringing back the classic Good Morning, Duders! (Sunday, 11AM).

Keep your radio tuned to 106.9FM this weekend, who knows what other special programming may appear?

Those of us in Sackville are all currently very excited for tomorrow’s start to the 11th edition of SappyFest, but on this Sappy’s Eve we’d like to remind everyone that our Stereophonic Music Festival coordinators are currently accepting performer applications for the upcoming 14th edition of the festival (January 2017). To apply, click right here and fill out the simple google doc the coordinators have set up.

Thanks in advance for your applications, we hope to see you all in January!

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