Listen Up! Welcomes Janet Rogers January 5, 2018 by CFUZ
The next event in the CFUZ Listen Up! Speaker Series takes place on Thursday, January 25, 7pm at the En'owkin Centre in Penticton BC. Peach City Radio is excited to welcome Janet Rogers to give a talk entitled "The Many Faces of Radio".
Janet is a Mohawk/Tuscarora writer from Six Nations. She was born in Vancouver British Columbia, lived in Stoney Creek, Hamilton and Toronto Ontario and is living as a guest on the traditional lands of the Coast Salish people (Victoria, British Columbia) since 1994. Janet works in the genres of poetry, spoken word performance poetry, video poetry and recorded poetry with music. Janet is also a radio broadcaster, documentary producer, media and sound artist.
Her literary titles include; Splitting the Heart, Ekstasis Editions 2007, Red Erotic, Ojistah Publishing 2010, Unearthed, Leaf Press 2011 "Peace in Duress" Talonbooks 2014 and Totem Poles and Railroads ARP Books 2016 and a forthcoming title Between Spirit and Emotion, Bookland Press fall 2018. She produced and hosted Native Waves Radio on CFUVfm from 2007-2017. Her music column Tribal Clefs was part of CBC Victoria's programming from 2008-2016. Her radio documentaries "Bring Your Drum: 50 years of Indigenous Protest Music" and "Resonating Reconciliation" won Best Radio at the imagaineNATIVE Film and Media festival 2011 and 2013.
Janet Rogers and Ahkwesase Mohawk poet Alex Jacobs make up the poetry collective Ikkwenyes, which produced the poetry CD Got Your Back and won the Loft Literary Fellowship prize 2014. The 2Ro Media Collective is a production company she and Mohawk media artist Jackson 2bears own and operate which produced the short experimental documentary NDNs on the Airwaves about CKRZfm Six Nations radio. 2Ro Media also developed the multiple media project titled For This Land presented as multi-channel media installations in several galleries and public venues. Janet produced a six-part radio documentary series titled NDNs on the Airwaves focused on the current history of native radio in Canada, launched in February 2016.
CFUZ LiveStream Studio Launch January 1, 2018 by PCR
Tune in to CFUZ from NOON to 4PM on New Years Day 2018 as we kick off the live to streaming capabilities of our studio at the Cannery Trade Centre! On this momentous day, the station will move to a new phase. A mix of live shows will be included amongst our podcasted content to make up our 24/7 internet stream.
Join us at the station on January 1, 2018 as we put our New Year's Resolution in motion!
CFUZ will be live streaming all afternoon so pop by and get your voice on the air. Listen in at www.cfuz.ca and tell your friends!
Listen Up! Welcomes Chad Saunders November 2, 2017 by CFUZ
The next event in the CFUZ Listen Up! Speaker Series takes place on Friday, November 10, 7pm at the Riverside Conference Centre at the Days Inn Penticton. Peach City Radio is excited to welcome Chad Saunders to give a talk entitled "Breaking the Sound Barrier: Exploring the Unlimited Potential of Community-Based Radio.
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 stores and to engage listening audiences.
Peach City Radio Society AGM Approaches October 23, 2017 by PCR
Another amazing year has come and gone for Peach City Radio, and we are preparing to gather the membership together for our 2017 Annual General Meeting on Thursday November 9 at the Penticton Seniors Centre.
This year, we have much to celebrate! Our broadcast studio is has taken shape, and is almost ready for operation, and our Board of Directors is eager to share information about our progress over the past 12 months in working to bring CFUZ and community radio closer to reality for Penticton.
During the AGM, your Directors will present information about our work this past year, along with providing some insight into upcoming projects and initiatives in place for the next few months.
At the 2017 AGM, 4 of 9 directorships will expire and the following positions will be decided at the conclusion of the AGM:
Treasurer - 2 year term
Secretary - 2 year term
Communications Director - 2 year term
Director at Large - 2 year term
Director at Large - 2 year term
If you are considering standing for a position on our Board of Directors, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Detailed descriptions of each of these positions can be found here.
We encourage anyone interested in a Board position to review our Society documents pertaining to Board positions, as well as our Constitution and Bylaws document. We will also accept nominations ahead of time for the various board positions, please contact email@example.com with your nomination.
Immediately following the meeting, Peach City Radio invites the public to mingle and meet current volunteers and committee members of our Society. If you are interested in becoming a part of Peach City Radio, and particularly in volunteering on a committee, members will be on hand to answer any questions you may have regarding what committees do, and how they function.
If you are interested in attending, or want to know more about the Society, please see our AGM page.
Listen Up! Series Begins with Rosemary Thomson October 13, 2017 by PCR
The first event in the CFUZ Listen Up! Speaker Series takes place on Saturday, October 21 at the Shatford Centre in Penticton. Peach City Radio is excited to welcome Rosemary Thomson to be our first speaker.
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. Doors open at 6:30pm and the talk will start at 7pm. This event is free to all members of the public.
Rosemary draws on a wealth of
experience in her work across
the country including positions
with the Calgary Philharmonic,
Winnipeg Symphony, and the
Canadian Opera Company
in Toronto. She has
delighted audiences as a
guest conductor and clinician
from Victoria to Kingston.
Peach City Radio Vinyl Drive September 10 September 6, 2017 by PCR
On September 10th Peach City Radio is holding a vinyl and audio equipment drive. We're looking for donations for our annual, record and audio equipment sale to be held later this year. Come down to the Cannery Trade Center parking lot by McGavin's Bread on Fairview Road between 10:00am and 2:00pm and we'll take your old records and that audio gear that's gathering dust in the basement.
Your unwanted records and gear will help us raise funds to put Peach City Radio on the airwaves so equipment must be in working order and records in good shape. This year we're asking for rock, pop, soul, and jazz records only as these categories are in high demand.
The 2017 Okanagan Vinyl Fest is fast approaching - taking place on Sunday October 1, 2017. Vendor tables are still available, and the call for volunteers will be coming out shortly! The Okanagan Vinyl Fest is the largest record fair in the Okanagan, attracting over 40 tables of new and used vinyl records, cassettes, posters and audio gear.
Sponsor packages are also still available for any business who is interested in supporting this great event. Our live broadcast to our internet stream will feature all sponsors prominently, and your business will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are supporting the development of true community-based radio in Penticton. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our web page for more details (click here).
In order to bolster our collection, on September 10th Peach City Radio is holding a vinyl and audio equipment drive. We’re looking for donations for our annual, record and audio equipment sale to be held later this year. Come down to the Cannery Trade Center parking lot by McGavin’s Bread on Fairview Road between 10:00am and 2:00pm and we’ll take your old records and that audio gear that’s gathering dust in the basement.
Your unwanted records and gear will help us raise funds to put Peach City Radio on the airwaves so equipment must be in working order and records in good shape. This year we’re asking for rock, pop, soul, and jazz records only as these categories are in high demand.