In this session Francella and Glen discuss the key findings of our consultation on racism and invite members to participate in a brainstorming session on how stations can address racism.
This session will be lead by a panel of 4 of our sector’s leaders in promoting their own station. They represent a cross-section of the sector.
In this session stations share examples of how they have created online events in the fall out of the pandemic. We will also have examples shared with us by CFYT in Dawson City, YK, and CFRC in Kingston, Ontario.
Introducing the history and goals of reconciliation, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action, and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), In an IPS Discovery Session, participants can reflect on their own role in the transformative processes occurring in our communities throughout British Columbia and across Canada. Along with […]
In this session we will begin with an overview of the ratings data available, our surveys, Numeris and Stat Radio. The session will begin with a presentation about Stat Radio by Eric. We will also be joined by Erin Flynn of CHUO-AM who will share some of the ways they study engagement. We will then […]
Too busy to get to planned giving? Aren’t sure how to actually do it in between special events, direct mail, newsletters, meetings and grants? Having worked in one-Mann shops and as a planned giving specialist, Cathy offers pragmatic tips, a check-list and suggestions to help you make sure planned giving gets the attention it deserves […]
The NCRA is working with Earbank to launch a free, co-operative news exchange; it will allow member stations to access a shared library of current audio clips and actualities. In addition to contributing clips, stations will have the option to post their clips in a public audio marketplace, and earn money when their clips are […]
The caucus for those who identify as feminists
The caucus for Campus licensed stations