Monday, 30 July 2012

[creative-radio] Howl! recordings

 


* Howl! recordings
listen/download recordings by Montreal community artists

Howl! arts collective is publishing original recordings by community artists
from Montreal, featuring a diversity of artists, from contemporary jazz, to
spoken word poetry and also recordings protest music from the streets of
Montreal via Quebec's ongoing student uprising.

In these recordings you hear the vibrancy of the independent arts scene in
Montreal, artistic voices actively challenging the boundaries of contemporary
art while also exploring relationship between the arts and activist movements
for social justice, in Quebec and globally.

From the links below you can both listen and/or download the recordings, also
Howl! encourages you to post/share these links in your networks, on email and
social media. In sharing these pieces of independent music, you are making a
small contribution to building support for community artists.

* Metro Man, Metro Woman - by Norman Nawrocki
http://howlarts.net/post/16409522464/metro-man-metro-woman

A poem written to highlight struggles of the homeless during Montreal winter.
Written by Norman Nawrocki and published by Howl! arts collective after
Nawrocki read the poem at an artistic action to remember Farshad Mohammadi, a
homeless man killed by Montreal police on at m├ętro Bonaventure.

* October 12 - by Alejandro Saravia.
http://howlarts.net/post/16270119669/october-12-by-alejandro-saravia

Howl! arts collective is sharing "October 12" by poet Alejandro Saravia, who
writes; "If Ralph Ellison were a Quebecois in the year 2012, he would still
write Invisible Man, L?homme invisible. Almost sixty years have passed since
the African American author published a text about the negation of the other.
We live in a province that suffers the blindness of being a 'developed' society
that gets drunk with the riches created by those who toil in the anonymity of
being 'the other', the dark skinned, the immigrant."

* Jen Reimer and Max Stein at Howl!
http://howlarts.net/post/17540016507/jen-reimer-and-max-stein-at-howl

Jen Reimer and Max Stein create site-specific soundscapes for horn and live
electronics. Their compositions are conceived, composed, rehearsed and
performed and recorded in the spaces themselves. Their piece for Howl IV at
Sala Rosa was unique because it was the project's first performance in a venue.
To create movement and transience in their piece, they situated four smaller
speakers in addition to the house speakers to create a surround-sound harmonic
soundscape.

* Butterfly Ashes by Moe Clark
http://howlarts.net/post/17608453377/butterfly-ashes-by-moe-clark

"Butterfly Ashes" is a poetic ode, a call to arms, to honour the missing and
murdered Aboriginal women in Canada. Butterfly Ashes portrays the vulnerable
connection between language and meaning, between media and truth, between the
migratory patterns of Monarch butterflies and the historical nomadic routes of
aboriginal women and now the contemporary roads they now travel down.

* My Old Tapes by Cop Car Bonfire
http://howlarts.net/post/17780015385/my-old-tapes-by-cop-car-bonfire

Listen to "My Old Tapes" by Cop Car Bonfire, a track from the "Earthquake" E.P,
the first official release by artist Tim Lafontaine. "The album inspired by
planet earth and plate tectonics. The earth is shifting right below us, people
tend to forget this. Reality is unstable, what does this say about
composition," writes Lafontaine.

Howl! arts collective

http://www.howlarts.net/
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Wednesday, 25 July 2012

[creative-radio] Community Radio Fund of Canada August 21 deadline

Community Radio Fund of Canada http://www.communityradiofund.org/

August 21 is the deadline to submit an application under Radiometres.
There's exactly 4 weeks left! If you haven't done so, check out the
guidelines: http://ow.ly/csqkK

In July 2012, the CRFC launched its new funding program titled *Radiometres:
Measuring the development, participation and sustainability of campus and
community radio stations*. The funding distributed under this program is
provided by Canada's commercial radiobroadcasters through a portion of
their Canadian Content Development (CCD) contributions.

Since 2008, the CRFC also administers the *Radio Talent Development
Program*and the
*Youth Internship Program*. Both were created by Astral Media and are now
run by the CRFC.

In addition to falling under several of the CRFC's program priority
areas<http://www.communityradiofund.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=43%3Aprogram-priorities&catid=58%3Aprogram-priorities&Itemid=75&lang=en>,
these three programs aim to achieve the objectives set forth in the CRTC
policy on the development of Canadian content. Therefore, funding must be
dedicated to volunteerism, programming and community participation. Funded
projects must include direct expenses that are allocated to the support,
promotion, training, and development of Canadian music, spoken word, and
journalistic talent.

Funding is available to not-for-profit stations who hold a CRTC-issued
campus, community-based campus, campus instructional, or community (type A
or B) radio broadcasting licence in Canada (as set out in Public Notices
CRTC 2000-12, 2000-13, or 2010-499).


*1. Radiometres: Measuring the development, participation and
sustainability of campus and community radio stations* *Radiometres* has
been created to meet both the requirements of the CRTC and the needs of
campus and community radio sector. In order to do so, the CRFC has
established an outcomes-based approach program. This approach is focused on
funding what the stations need and then measuring how successful they were
in getting there. The program is flexible when it comes to the activities
that are undertaken by the station.

Here are the three outcomes of the program:
1. High-quality, locally-reflective music and spoken word programming
2. Skilled and sustainable volunteer participation in local content
creation and operations
3. Diverse community participation in governance, programming, and content

These three outcomes have been established to reflect some of the key goals
of the campus and community radio sector, the CRTC, and the Canadian
broadcasting system.

*Total funding available*: $1,000,000

*Eligible amounts*: up to $20,000

*Deadline*: August 21, 2012

Please review the application
guidelines<http://www.communityradiofund.org/images/stories/docs/radiometres-guidelines.pdf>for
more information.
It includes program details, information regarding eligible expenses, and a
step-by-step guide to complete the application
form<http://www.communityradiofund.org/images/stories/docs/radiometres-applicationform.doc>.
All applicants must submit a completed application form along with the
required documents.


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Thursday, 19 July 2012

[creative-radio] Please send us your programs on indigenous peoples and minority languages - FRIENDLY REMINDER

FRIENDLY REMINDER

On 12/07/2012 11:42 AM, Secretariat AMARC wrote:

Please send us your programs on indigenous peoples and minority languages!

Montreal, July 12th, 2012. Since 1994, on August 9th the International Day
of the World's Indigenous People is celebrated around the world. The United
Nations General Assembly marks this particular day to raise awareness on
the serious situation in which are living more than 500 millions of natives
all over the world.

Several indigenous communities are claiming their land right and are
persecuted because of their claims. Their right to use their own language
is prohibited as well very often. Their right to access in equitable
conditions to a community radio station are not respected neither, with the
consequence that they are not heard.

According to what has been decided at the 10th General Assembly (AMARC 10)
of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC), we wish
to underline the International Day of the World's Indigenous People by
making available to its members and people at large radio programs on the
different issues related to indigenous peoples and minority languages.
Please send us the program before July 31st.

How to send your programs?

Please send your audio programs as soon as possible and/or your written
documents regarding this campaign via https://www.wetransfer.com

Wetransfer is a web based transfer platform for large files directly over
the Internet bypassing email and FTP systems.

On recipient email write: secretariat@si.amarc.org

AMARC International Secretariat

Through service to members, networking and project implementation, the
World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC), brings together
a network of more than 4,000 community radios, Federations and community
media stakeholders in more than 130 countries. The main global impact of
AMARC since its creation in 1983, has been to accompany and support the
establishment of a worldwide community radio sector that has democratized
the media sector. AMARC advocates for the right to communicate at the
international, national, local and neighbourhood levels and defends and
promotes the interests of the community radio movement through solidarity,
networking and cooperation. For further info, please visit our website at:
http://www.amarc.org




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Monday, 16 July 2012

[creative-radio] New Radio Programs at the National Campus & Community Radio Association #NCRA Program Exchange

 

New this week on the NCRA Program Exchange
http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange

TERRA INFORMA - S09 E46 - FOREST FIRES, TERRA NULLIUS, AND MERCURY IN FISH
Interaction of Climate Change and Forest Fires, Terra Nullius, and Mercury
in the Fish We Eat
http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange/dspProgramDetail.cfm?programID=126110
16 Jul, 2012
Producer/Uploaded By: Terra Informa
Series: Terra Informa Environmental News
Length: 0:28:50 (h:mm:ss)
Language: English

THE INVESTIGATIVE MUSICOLOGIST: THE PUBLIC DOMAIN
An exploration of how the public domain has been understood and
misperceived in relation to music.
http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange/dspProgramDetail.cfm?programID=126104
14 Jul, 2012
Producer/Uploaded By: Laura Dymock
Series: The Investigative Musicologist
Length: 2:03:13 (h:mm:ss)
Language: English

GEORGE LEACH
A talk with local actor and musician George Leach
http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange/dspProgramDetail.cfm?programID=126101
13 Jul, 2012
Producer/Uploaded By: CFBX Radio
Series: Locally Produced
Length: 0:57:35 (h:mm:ss)
Language: English

!EARSHOT 20 - JULY 13
Episode 16 of the !earshot 20
http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange/dspProgramDetail.cfm?programID=126098
13 Jul, 2012
Producer/Uploaded By: Anthony Enman
Series: !Earshot 20
Length: 1:54:06 (h:mm:ss)
Language: English

HANDI-LINK
Disability perspectives: Quebec, Eastern Europe
http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange/dspProgramDetail.cfm?programID=126072
12 Jul, 2012
Producer/Uploaded By: CJAM-FM Music Department
Series:
Length: 0:29:30 (h:mm:ss)
Language: English

CHEEZE PLEEZE # 419
Hey Good Buddy! We celebrate the highway road warriors of yesteryear....
http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange/dspProgramDetail.cfm?programID=126070
12 Jul, 2012
Producer/Uploaded By: Scott Snailham
Series: Cheeze Pleeze With Snarfdude and Daffodil
Length: 0:29:30 (h:mm:ss)
Language: English

BEATS & TREATS #11 - JULY 11, 2012
Half-hour weekly electronic music show featuring mostly house, techno, etc.
http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange/dspProgramDetail.cfm?programID=126068
11 Jul, 2012
Producer/Uploaded By: Brian Cleveland
Series: Beats & Treats
Length: 0:29:15 (h:mm:ss)
Language: English

ENDEAVOURS - BREAKING DOWN THE HIGGS BOSON
CERN researcher Michel Vetterli, Chef Vikram Vij. Music: Brittney Grabill
http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange/dspProgramDetail.cfm?programID=126032
10 Jul, 2012
Producer/Uploaded By: Dan McPeake
Series: Endeavours
Length: 0:56:00 (h:mm:ss)
Language: English

LATIN WAVES INTERVIEWS CRISTINA TZINTZUN WORKERS DEFENSE PROJECT
Labour movement history of resistance against poverty and inequality
http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange/dspProgramDetail.cfm?programID=126005
10 Jul, 2012
Producer/Uploaded By: Stuart Richardson
Series: Latin Waves
Length: 0:26:08 (h:mm:ss)
Language: English

WINGS #11-12 BREAST CANCER PREVENTION
Prevention begins with where you make your home.
http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange/dspProgramDetail.cfm?programID=125917
9 Jul, 2012
Producer/Uploaded By: Frieda Werden
Series: WINGS
Length: 0:28:48 (h:mm:ss)
Language: English

TERRA INFORMA - S03 E45 - CAN MUSHROOMS SAVE THE WORLD?
A look into the world of eco-packaging
http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange/dspProgramDetail.cfm?programID=125910
9 Jul, 2012
Producer/Uploaded By: Terra Informa
Series: Terra Informa Environmental News
Length: 0:29:08 (h:mm:ss)
Language: English

The NCRA Program Exchange is a resource allowing radio producers and
programmers to upload and share radio programs and program audio. The
program can be used to share all kinds of radio programs and radio
resources. Programs can be organized into subject and type categories for
easy finding or searched using a Google-like search engine. And it is free
to use.
http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange

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National Campus and Community Radio Association
www.ncra.ca
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[creative-radio] AMARC Empowering Women Community Radio Broadcasters of Nepal

 

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From: Suman Basnet <suman_basnet@asiapacific.amarc.org>
Date: 16 July 2012 05:44
Subject: [Asiapacific-general] AMARC Empowering Women Community Radio
Broadcasters of Nepal
To: asiapacific-general@lists.amarc.org

*AMARC Empowering Women Community Radio Broadcasters of Nepal*

** **

*July 16 2012, Kathmandu.* World Association of Community Radio
Broadcasters (AMARC Asia Pacific) has successfully implemented an
integrated program for strengthening production and networking capacity of
women community broadcasters in Nepal. It covered women broadcasters from
50 community radio stations. A follow up training workshop and networking
meeting was held in Pokhara from 10-11 July 2012 as a concluding activity
of the program.****

** **

The empowerment program was launched in August 2011 in partnership with
Association of Community Radio Broadcasters of Nepal (ACORAB). Participants
of the program have learnt to strengthen their networks to advocate for
equal access to the airwaves and to promote women's participation at all
levels of decision making in community radios. It has also increased their
capacity for field and studio based production skills, researching and
interviewing, using computer based technology for production, and working
on specific and local thematic areas of coverage. The program consisted of
capacity building workshops, individual mentoring for the participants,
exposure to AMARC's global broadcasting campaigns, opportunities for
participation in regional workshops, and strategising for network building.*
***

** **

Through gender sensitive programming, giving voice to women of the
community, and to the civil society and human rights organisations, the
program has made significant contribution towards empowering radio
audiences, especially women audiences and in promoting media plurality.****

** **

Participants of the Empowering Women Community Radio Broadcasters program
have joined the Women's International Network of community broadcasters to
learn and to contribute to the global movement to empower women through
community radios.****

** **

"The training has imparted additional skills, new perspective and
approaches towards issues that will help us improve our daily radio
programmes," said Ambika Rana of Himchuli FM, Pokhara in the concluding
meeting. "It has taught me research and interview skills, editing and
mixing, which will greatly aid in preparing good radio programs" said Rupa
Basnet of Radio Galkot of West Nepal. "The program has strengthened me not
only as a broadcaster but as a woman and increased my capacity to assert my
rightful place in the society and to contribute for the development of
fellow women community members," said Yam Kumari KC of Radio Myagdi.****

** **

In his concluding observations, Ashish Sen, President of AMARC Asia Pacific
has said that "the program for Empowering Women Community Radio
Broadcasters of Nepal is part of AMARC's commitment for strengthening the
position of women community broadcasters throughout the Asia Pacific
region. AMARC will continue to organise creative platforms for community
broadcasters to learn new ideas and technology, strengthen their capacity
to produce and share in order to make meaningful and relevant contributions
to their respective communities."****

** **

-End-****

** **

AMARC is an international non-governmental organization serving the
community radio movement in over 110 countries, and advocating for the
right to communicate at the international, national, local and neighborhood
levels. AMARC has an International Secretariat in Montreal. It has regional
sections in Africa, Latin America and Asia Pacific. For more information,
please contact Suman Basnet, Regional Coordinator for Asia-Pacific,
suman_basnet@asiapacific.amarc.org or visit www.asiapacific.amarc.org. ****

** **

** **

** **

_________________ ****

Suman Basnet****

Regional Coordinator****

AMARC Asia Pacific****

Kathmandu, Nepal****

suman_basnet@asiapacific.amarc.org ****

mobile phone: +977 9851023499 ****

** **

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[creative-radio] Music NWT Workshops at Folk on the Rocks, July 21 & 22, 2012

Music NWT [musicnwt@gmail.com] has requested distribution of the following
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*Music Workshop Series Sponsored by Music NWT at Folk on the Rocks 2012
on-site in Yellowknife, NT*

*Folk Workshop presented by Jessica Heine – Saturday, July 21 @
12:00-12:45pm*

What is folk music? Where does it come from? Can anyone be a folk
singer/musician?
This workshop explores these questions with a focus on general perceptions
of folk music and how that perception shapes what is and isn't folk music
today.
*Rock Workshop presented by Veronica Johnny of The Johnnys - Saturday, July
21 @ 1:00-1:45pm*

Veronica outlines an easy way to find notes and power chords fret by fret.
Learn basic power chords & bar chords to begin rocking out in no time!
Learn simple rock song structures so you can begin writing our own rock
anthems.
Fun rock performance techniques to help improve your stage show.
How using effects pedals can add to your playing and sound.

*Gospel workshop presented by Rick Poltaruk of Rick and the Relics -
Saturday, July 21 @ 2:00-2:45pm*

Want to understand an old music style in a new music world. Gospel Music is
no longer what was written two hundred years ago. It is about lifting
hearts in today's music market. Come out and have some input in a music
genre that always puts a smile on the hearts land faces of those that
listen.
Gospel. Much more than just music. It is blues, country, bluegrass, folk,
rock.... It is music with an attitude.

*Performance Workshop presented by Veronica Johnny of The Johnnys - Sunday,
July 22 @ 1:00-1:45pm
*
Entertaining is about having fun and moving your body - learn how to
involve your audience. Veronica will share visualization exercises and
relaxation techniques to help you get on stage with confidence and ready to
perform your best.
Rehearsal is key to performing well and she'll detail things to keep in
mind when practicing.
What is "image" and how to make it work for you, your stage performance and
your marketing.
How equipment can add to your overall performance.
Extra ways to ensure a good show including introducing yourself to the
sound tech and to always treat them with respect.

*Youth Workshop presented by Veronica Johnny of The Johnnys - Sunday, July
22 @ 2:00-2:45pm
*

Learn techniques to help boost self esteem and how to exude confidence on
and off the stage!
Veronica will share stories of struggle and how to maintain your drive and
inspiration.
She'll also share ways to maintain the belief that you can do anything you
put your mind to, through affirmations, imagination and visualization.
Belief in yourself and your abilities begins with learning what you have
control of, Veronica will share ways she has overcome her own
self-defeating beliefs and how she changed them.
There will be handouts and a short discussion of music funding sources
directed at youth.


*Song Writers Circle presented by Amanda Dei and Mel Leonard of The Break
Up and Paul Cressman of Hindsite – Sunday, July 22 @ 3:00-3:45pm
*
TBA

*Workshop Application Attached to be emailed to musicnwt@gmail.com or
dropped off to Greg Nutt at Force One.*


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Wednesday, 11 July 2012

[creative-radio] CALL FOR PROPOSAL FOR HOSTING THE THIRD REGIONAL CONFERENCE OF AMARC ASIA-PACIFIC

 

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Date: 10 July 2012 21:35
Subject: [Amarc-info-en] CALL FOR PROPOSAL FOR HOSTING THE THIRD REGIONAL
CONFERENCE OF AMARC ASIA-PACIFIC
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*Call for proposal for hosting The Third Regional Conference of AMARC
Asia-Pacific*

** **

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Kathmandu, July 9, 2012****

** **

Dear members of AMARC,****

** **
This is a call for proposals for hosting the third regional
assembly/conference of AMARC Asia Pacific. Interested community radio
station, association, and federation of community radios in the Asia
Pacific region are welcome to send their proposals. ****** **Please follow
the format given below for submitting your proposals. ****** **The Regional
Board of AMARC Asia Pacific will evaluate the proposals and arrive at a
final decision. The board may seek information beyond what is provided in
the first proposal for analysing the proposals. At the second stage of
evaluation, members of the RBOD or individual(s) assigned by the RBOD may
make field visits to ascertain the ground situation. Usually, more value is
attached to proposals that stand to make substantial contribution to the
development of the CR sector in a sub-region and commit to greater resource
mobilisation. ****

* *

The third AMARC Asia-Pacific Conference is expected to take place in
November 2013 at a date to be determined later by Regional Board of AMARC
Asia Pacific in consultation with the local host. The main aim of the
conference is to ensure active participation of the Asia-Pacific members of
AMARC in what will be a major step forward for development of our network
in the region and the sector as a whole in the Asia-Pacific region. ****

** **

If you wish to respond to this challenge please let us know by
[...contacting...] the Regional Coordinator, AMARC Asia Pacific, email;
suman_basnet@asiapacific.amarc.org. ****

** **

*Proposals for hosting the AMARC AP 3rd regional assembly/conference must
include a copy of the decision in this regard of the governing board of the
proposing organization clearly specifying the person designated to
coordinate with AMARC. *

* *

Please note that AMARC is a grassroots organization, driven by its members
and their interests. In the interest of solidarity and ensuring maximum
participation, preference will be given to proposals that can ensure
facilitating travel expenses and reasonably priced, clean accommodation and
conference venue, thus bringing the maximum number of participants to the
meeting. *Value will be given to proposals offering
partnerships/collaborations with women organizations, indigenous people's
organizations, and organizations working for minorities such as migrant
people, LGBTI community, etc. *

** **

The last date for sending proposals is October 15, 2012. ****

** **

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us: ****

Regional Coordinator, AMARC Asia Pacific Regional Office, Kathmandu, Nepal.
****

Email: suman_basnet@asiapacific.amarc.org ****

** **

*Ask for: Proposal form for organizing 3rd AMARC Asia Pacific Regional
Conference and Assembly*

** **

_________________ ****

Suman Basnet****

Regional Coordinator****

AMARC Asia Pacific****

Kathmandu, Nepal****

suman_basnet@asiapacific.amarc.org ****

mobile phone: +977 9851023499 ****

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