CRFC to once again provide funding to campus and community radio
*Ottawa* - The Community Radio Fund of Canada (CRFC) is pleased to launch
its second call for applications for Canada's campus and community radio
Contributions are available to the sector under two programs: the Radio
The goal of both programs is to develop innovative local interest
programming while providing mentorship, education, and or training for
The deadline for each program is *March 19, 2010*. There is $80,000
available under each program, with a maximum $10,000 for each applicant. The
applications will be assessed in April by an independent jury. The final
results will be announced in mid-May. Guidelines and
available on the CRFC's website.
"The CRFC had a highly successful first year in running these two programs,"
says CRFC President Ian Pringle. "Last year we gave out nearly $160,000 to
the sector. The initiatives we funded were as diverse as the stations
themselves, but in all cases, the end result was that we helped the stations
better serve their communities."
Both of these programs are made possible by a financial partnership with
Astral Media Radio through a CRTC contribution mechanism totalling $1.4
million over seven years. "We appreciate this partnership with Astral Media.
The CRFC looks forward to working with other partners to help build a
stronger community media sector in Canada," says Pringle. As the CRFC is
certified as an eligible recipient of Canadian content development (CCD)
contributions, it is open to work with all of Canada's private broadcasters.
For details on eligibility, the programs, and how to apply please visit our
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Melissa Kaestner, CRFC Executive Director, (613) 321-3513,
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The Community Radio Fund of Canada is the national not-for-profit funding
body for the growth and sustainability of campus and community radio. More
than 140 community-based radio stations across Canada make up the
community-owned, volunteer-driven sector of Canadian broadcasting. The CRFC
helps develop and enrich this vital broadcasting sector to ensure local,
public-access radio for Canadian communities.
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