Saturday, 27 November 2010

[creative-radio] Gwich'in RADIO CBQM now LIVE STREAMING from Canada's Arctic


RT @northern_clips: Gwich'in RADIO CBQM now LIVE STREAMING from 150 km N
of the Arctic Circle in Ft Mc Pherson #NWT
1stNation indigenous aborignal

See a clips from Dennis Allen's National Film Board of Canada's film here

"...Dennis Allen's feature-length documentary is about Fort McPherson, a
Teetl'it Gwich'in community in the Northwest Territories, and its
citizen-run radio station. A resilient expression of Aboriginal pride,
CBQM serves a far-flung and loyal listenership – and plays the best damn
country music in the Mackenzie Delta. ..."

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