Subject: [ncralist] The CRTC wants to know what we think (about ourselves)
From: "Shelley Robinson" <shelley@ncra.
Date: Mon, July 13, 2009 11:26
To: "ncraboard" <ncraboard@ncra.
The CRTC just released its Notice of Consultation for its upcoming
review of campus and community radio.
Here's the link: http://www.crtc.
We're the top of the list, 2009-418. There's also a number of related
documents attached as PDF files, including:
-a study of international approaches to funding campus and community radio
-a study of turntablism and audio art
-CRTC staff member Michael Craig's notes on his informal consultations
across the country
-and an EKOS study of the sector for Heritage Canada
So get reading and feel free to make comments to the listserve about
what you're thinking and/or any questions you may have about the process.
The hearing is on November 30 and the deadline for submitting comments
is September 11, 2009. You will hear more from Kevin and the Board on
the NCRA's official submission in the coming weeks.
National Campus and Community Radio Association/
l'Association nationale des radios étudiantes et communautaires
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