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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.
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!
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?
Thanks to a grant from the Canada Summer Jobs program, CHMA is hiring a Summer Community Events Coordinator. This 40 hours per week position will run for a minimum of 10 weeks and will begin in early June.
Responsibilities will include producing a daily radio program promoting summer festivals, cultural attractions, and summer events in the Tantramar Region; acting as our summer Music Director; coordinating, conducting, and editing interviews; handling public service announcements; and other general office duties.
An application for this position will consist of a PDF of your resume and accompanying cover letter sent to the Station Manager c/0 email@example.com
Please use the phrase CHMA SUMMER in your subject line.
CHMA is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities.
Deadline is June 1, 2016.
The Homelessness Marathon, a radio broadcast featuring voices and stories from the homeless in multiple communities, will be airing for its 14th year and CHMA will be presenting all 14 hours of this year’s marathon. Tune in tonight at 6PM (AST) for the beginning of the marathon which will air until 8AM (AST) tomorrow morning (Wednesday, February 24). If you are unable to tune in for the beginning you will have plenty of time to catch other portions of the marathon.
Many thanks to the staff of CIVL community radio in Abbotsford, BC for coordinating this year’s marathon.
Regular CHMA programming during this time period will be pre-empted, but the normal Tuesday night/Wednesday morning schedule will return next week.
Each year CHMA throws a programmers and volunteers party to show how much we appreciate all the hard work they put into their radio shows. Here’s a few photos of the folks behind the microphones at your campus and community radio station showing off their gold record awards. Photos taken by lovely and talented photographer Kim McMillan.
Attic Broadcasting Co. Ltd. (CHMA-FM) held its Annual General Meeting Last Night.
Staff and financial reports were presented and can be obtained by contacting the station manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual elections were also held. Elected to the Board of Directors were: James Sutherland, Mallory Burnside-Holmes, Michael Freeman, Louis Marquette, Connor Simpson and Linda Rae Dornan. Tori Weldon and Matt Tunnacliffe remain on the board to serve the second year of their two-year terms.
The Baked Ham Community Speaker Series
With Special Guests:
Frances Dorsey: Indigo – The Search for Blue
Doug Key: An Introduction to the Multifaceted Hobby of Model Railroading
Friday, April 10, 2015, 7:30 pm
Royal Canadian Legion
On Friday, April 10, 2015 at 7:30pm, the Baked Ham Community Speakers Series will present talks by Frances Dorsey (Halifax) and Doug Key (Sackville). The Baked Ham lectures feature two 30-minute presentations on divergent topics, seemingly unrelated. A question and answer period will conclude the evening, encouraging the audience to make connections and conversation. This event takes place at the Royal Canadian Legion and is open to the public.
Frances Dorsey is an artist who lives and works in Halifax where she is a professor in the Textiles Department at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Exhibited nationally and internationally, her artwork has focused on warfare, initially inspired by her father’s notes about his combat experience in WW II, later about the Vietnam War, and most recently about our human interactions with our planet. Fran has a long history with natural dyes and a particular interest in indigo. As Fran writes, “The colour and power of indigo is embedded in many world cultures. Blue collar, blue jeans, having the blues, indigo bunting, are a few familiar terms that we all know here in North America. But, what is indigo? This talk inspects lore, processes, ideas related to blue, from growing plants to dyeing in a sustainable way, with strange facts, props, and samples in between.”
Doug Key is retired from Pennsylvania State University, where he was a clinical veterinary virologist who worked in the poultry and livestock industries in Canada and the USA for over 30 years. Having lived in Sackville during the late 1970’s, Doug and his wife Gayle, an avid quilter/gardener, have returned to enjoy their retirement. Doug’s interest in trains and model railroading date back to his earliest childhood when he would wake to the whistles of steam engines in the night. During his 30’s he became involved in the vibrant world of model railroading in the Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo area of Southwestern Ontario. Since then, he has expanded his interests in the railroad and mining histories of Ontario and Pennsylvania to include the railways of the Atlantic Provinces. Through images and demonstration materials, his presentation will touch on the origins and history of model railroading and outline changes that have made it into the technically advanced hobby that it is today.
The Baked Ham Community Speaker Series aims to create a casual environment to share ideas and conversation on a variety of topics. Admission is $5.00 by donation, and open to the public, though it is a licensed event. Baked Ham is supported by the Owens Art Gallery and CHMA radio, 106.9FM. For more information contact: Leah Garnett (email@example.com) or John Murchie (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Door opens at 7pm; talks begin at 7:30pm.