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‘A’ is for alternative

‘A’ is for alternative

Elissa Matthews has come to expect an incredulous response when she tells people her radio station is gunning for a spot on the AM dial. As program manager of Ryerson’s student-run campus station The Scope, Matthews knows a thing or two about AM radio. Along with the rest of The Scope’s staff and volunteer team, she has spent the past year spearheading […]

by Deanne Bender· · Features, Top stories
Then and now: Radio at Ryerson

Then and now: Radio at Ryerson

Community radio at Ryerson has been through many incarnations over the years. Click the links below to compare today’s programming at The Scope to the sound of Ryerson Community Radio (RCR), the school’s first independent student-run campus radio station. Founded by RTA students in 1970, RCR eventually grew to become CKLN, which folded in 2011. The Scope at Ryerson was founded in April […]

by Deanne Bender· · Features, Top stories
The Scope

Campus radio poised for a return to the dial

After three years of radio silence, Ryerson is getting closer to riding the airwaves again. A student-run radio station, The Scope, is preparing for a Sept. 25 hearing with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). If successful, the student-run community radio station could be broadcasting on the dial by late 2015. The university’s last community radio station, the controversial CKLN-FM, had […]

by Deanne Bender· · News, On Campus, Top stories
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