Thursday, 2 July 2009

[creative-radio] CKLB-FM 101.9 Native Communications Society of the Northwest Territories Canada

Under the mandate of the Native Communications Society of the Northwest
Territories (NCS NWT), we deliver aboriginal language services to 30
different communities and three diamond mines.

The First Peoples of the North have historically relied on oral traditions
to pass on stories, culture and information. NCS continues to reinforce
the oral traditions of the past by using the technologies of today to
bring CKLB-FM 101.9 to all the communities of the NWT and beyond.

CKLB radio has formed a strong personal relationship with the people of
the NWT since it conception in 1982.

Northerners start and complete their day with CKLB because we offer the
most unique radio programming available in the
Territories..................We're like part of the family!

Here at CKLB we present a great mix of music. From contemporary &
traditional Aboriginal music to country. We also have daily insightful
interviews from the communities and live special event broadcasts. All
this is done in one of the six languages we broadcast in. The six
languages that we broadcast in are:

English, North Slavey (Sahtu), South Slavey (Deh Cho), Denesuline
(Chipewyan), Gwich'in, Tlicho

Please call us anytime for further information 867-920-2277
Request lines: In Yellowknife - 1-867-920-2566 and toll-free from anywhere
in North America - 1-877-217-2552

The Online Audio Library is designed and organized as virtual library :
powerful databases and internal search engines supported by audio
streaming servers allows you to quickly search, locate and retrieve the
specific audio file you are looking for. It could be an interview with an
elder recorded many years ago, or public figures within political, social
and economical enviornments.

RECORD not only for NWT rresidents or Canadians but also for anyone in the
world interested in Northem culture, traditional lifestyle and special
northem events and meetings. The audio files are streamed to your
computer. You can freely listen to the audio file free of any charge but
cannot download the file. All files are property of NCS and protected by
Canadian Copyright Act. If you wich to purchase a copy of any audio file
please contact us and we will make the necessary arrangements.

Native Communications Society of the NWT

#4 Lessard Drive
Yellowknife, NT, X1A 2G5
Phone: 867. 920. 2277
Fax: 867. 920. 4205

Email: Executive Director Dane Gibson Radio Director William Greenland NCS TV Bob Ellison Sales and Marketing Manager Andreas Tesfaye

This e-mail service is edited, managed and moderated by
George Lessard

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