THURS. NOV 24 @ 7PM at the CRC: Annual General Meeting of PRCRS (CJMP 90.1fm)

cjmp_agm_webPlease attend the Annual General Meeting of the Powell River Community Radio Society (operating¬†CJMP 90.1 fm Powell River Community Radio) to be held this coming¬†Thursday, November 24th at 7PM at the Community Resource Centre (4752 Joyce Ave.)¬†The event is informal, open to all,¬†with dessert catering by CJMP’s new sponsor,¬†The Convenient Chef¬†(for sponsorship info, please click¬†here).

Come mingle with CJMP programmers, volunteers, Board and staff to find out what your community radio station has been up to this past (and very active) year, and to select the 2017 Board of Directors for PRCRS (only PRCRS members may vote).
Speaking of membership… our November¬†Sustain Campaign¬†is ongoing, and if you haven’t had the time to support grassroots, community-based media which this past year featured CJMP News program, NOW is the time.¬†

Sustaining Memberships of just 33 cents per day ($10/mo.) are crucial to maintaining and improving CJMP, and to make our plans for a larger broadcast range (our continuing “Top the Tower” efforts) and to move the station to a more visible street-access/ wheelchair- accessible space. We’re even getting little bits of support from listeners¬†around the world¬†who listen to our programs via web streaming services (click¬†here), but – so far – not so much from Powell Riverites.¬†

It’s time to step on up and become an active part of local independent media, as a¬†volunteer, as a¬†sponsor, and¬†as a¬†Sustaining Member!¬†Sustaining donations can be set up via PayPal, Credit or Debit cards, and you can also use our¬†handy form¬†to set up a recurring monthly or one-time donation via First Credit Union Powell River branch (you don’t need to have an account there, either. Our account # there is #422253).

If you would rather send us a cheque, you can do that as well: c/o PRCRS at Powell River Community Radio Society (CJMP), 4476C Marine Avenue, Powell River BC, V8A 2K5.

You can even give the gift of a regular ($10) or sustaining membership to a friend for their birthday or Christmas, and they get a lovely locally-designed e-card of your choice too (click here). We also have CJMP t-shirts available for $25 (no tax) at Base Camp Arts Cafe on Marine Ave.– $13 from every sale goes directly to CJMP’s promotions budget.

Here is how CJMP Supports Powell River

  • CJMP News broadcasts LIVE Fridays Noon-1:00PM and rebroadcasts 11AM-Noon on Saturdays, and available for download as a downloadable audio file (or podcast) at¬†, along with many of our other programs!) You may have heard interviews with local city counsellors, and movers and shakers from around the world, as well as your next door neighbour on CJMP News! This is a group ‘citizen journalism’ effort with producer Carrie Swiggum at the helm.
  • We help get the word out on community events by on-air mentions of non-profit and arts events in Powell River, as well as though pre-recorded audio art events via¬†Coastal Colour¬†(you can submit community event announcements¬†here).
  • We produce FREE Public Service Announcements for local community groups (submit one¬†here).
  • We provide FREE access to the airwaves to the local community;¬†get a program,¬†volunteer¬†to help out on a program or take on some of the many fundraising, outreach, and technical aspects involved in creating community radio, and learn lots in the process, while meeting new friends!¬†
  • We have a free drop-in “Happy Hour” Tuesdays 3-5PM at the station (4476C Marine Ave. above and behind Westview Bowling); folks can borrow or use our equipment on site to create radio programs, station IDs, PSAs, and radio spots/documentaries or more experimental work.
  • We are OPEN to the public Tuesdays-Fridays 11-4PM; call to make sure–¬†604.485.0088. Had we more room, we could also offer meeting spaces and work spaces for radio and community groups.
  • We offer periodic training sessions in radio technology and methodology for FREE.
  • CJMP is a hub of our local community, providing music and spoken word programs that are just not produced or available via corporate media — listen 24/7 at 90.1f or streaming free online¬†here;¬†view our program schedule¬†here.
  • We remain commercial-free, and independent of corporate interests (we¬†do¬†the accept program and station¬†sponsorship¬†from¬†local businesses¬†or¬†community groups¬†only); unlike many campus stations you may be familiar with, we are¬†not¬†funded by a university via student fees
  • We support community events by also attending, participating, and documenting them and redistributing information through various media
Many of us agree that a local independent media helps to create an informed public, and this is crucial to democracy, social cohesion and a force for positive social change: this doesn’t happen without your support. CJMP is a hard-won community asset that could easily disappear.¬†
Don’t let us down, please become a¬†Sustaining Member¬†today and be part of the solution.


Thank you-


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Coastal Colour segment on CJMP News + 1000 Tiny Magnets en franŌāais

Coastal Colour segment on CJMP News + 1000 Tiny Magnets en franŌāais


CJMP’s Rabideye blasts¬†through the upcoming weekly local arts news during the CJMP News program (LIVE on Fridays Noon-1PM, rebroadcasting Saturdays 11am-Noon) with a 5-minute aural arts sprint!

Want to submit a message to be read on air? Fill in this easy form¬†(oh, it’s FREE).

Listen up. It’s ear-catching radio.


1000 Tiny Magnets¬†(Mille petits aimants, or simply 1000TM) airs dance music Fridays 1-3PM, rebroadcasting Saturdays 7-9PM, and…¬†this Friday June 24th, he will play a special 2-hour set featuring French dance music (featuring the French language, by French artists and producers…) in honour of La F√™te Nationale/ La St. Jean Baptiste holiday celebrated in Qu√©bec, whence the rabideye sprung. Download-worthy.