From CFUVfm University of Victoria Campus Radio Station
Friday February 12th 2016
CFUV fm, with the CRFC Radio Meters Fund developed a radio documentary series titled NDNs on the Airwaves with producer Janet Rogers. The series explores many aspects of the current history of native radio in Canada and attempts to answer questions: why is native radio important, what makes native radio distinct, who is making native radio today and how is native radio securing a place for Indigenous voices in the future?
The 7-part series consists of episode titles:
#1. Native Radio: What Is It
#2. Indigenous News Makers
#3. Six Nations Artists
#4. The Podcast Show
#5. NWT: Radio North
#6. Indigenous Radio Panel
#7. CFNR fm: Northwest Radio
The documentary series launch is Friday February 12th 5pm-7pm at the University of Victoria Student Union Building, Upper Lounge. Special guests and documentary personalities Art Napoleon (Moose Meat and Marmalade TV show host) will be in attendance and CBC radio Unreserved show host Rosanna Deerchild will join via Skype.
Media Contact: Janet Rogers, firstname.lastname@example.org (250) 884-5548
The documentary website will go live on Friday February 12th 2016