Thank you to everyone who attended our 2nd Annual International Women’s Day fundraiser, held at Paved Arts this past Friday! It was a huge success!
CFCR is proud to present My City Speaks: How the Arts Impact our Community, Thursday February 28th at the Bassment. Join us for an evening of engaging presentations, featuring guest speakers from across Saskatoon’s vibrant arts community.
Artists! Artisans! Crafters! CFCR invites you to be involved in our 2nd annual International Women’s Day fundraiser, to be held at PAVED Arts on Friday, March 8th, 2013.
CFCR is proud to be on the air 24 hours a day over the holidays! Most of our regular programming will be hosted LIVE by members of our amazing volunteer team, and in the wee hours, you can count on the All-Nighter for a late night dose of Canadian jams.
After a static-filled morning on the CFCR airwaves, we've fixed the problem and are back broadcasting in our full glory! Big thanks to the great folks at Pippin Technical, who were on the scene shortly after the problem was discovered and were able to fix things very quickly. Thanks once again to all you loyal listeners for your patience. Blame it on the (non) end of the world!
You probably noticed that CFCR wasn't sounding so great on the air this morning. Whether the Mayans were right or a flock of seagulls just dive-bombed our transmitter tower, we're trying to locate the problem and get the fantastic, static-free broadcast back up and running as soon as possible. Thanks for your patience!
If you listen to CFCR's broadcast online, you may have noticed a marked improvement to the audio quality today. If you haven't checked out our webcast yet, it's a great time to start!
CFCR and the Broadway Theatre present the encore run of Searching For Sugar Man, a story of two South Africans set out to discover what happened to their unlikely musical hero, the mysterious 1970s rock 'n' roller, Rodriguez. CFCR Members - win tickets!
CFCR's 10th annual art auction, Artists For Alternative Radio, was an incredible success! Both live and silent auctions were held, raking in a whopping $24,025. Of that, CFCR Community Radio receives $11,474!
Check out the FM-PHASIS Grand Prize winners! Four amazing prize packages went to lucky FM-PHASIS donors!
CFCR is super, super, super (super) excited to unveil the logo design and slogan for our upcoming fundraising drive, FM-Phasis, which runs from September 15-28, 2012.
CFCR wants you get your name in a draw for a fabulous gift card from BOB Headquarters on Broadway!
Don't miss CFCR's FolkFest preview feature "Around the World in 800 Watts," airing on The Buzz this week from Tuesday to Thursday!
Wanna become a CFCR volunteer host? Follow the jump to find out how!
The Saskatoon 2012 Fringe Theatre Festival runs until August 10th, and once again CFCR brings you the Fringe Fest Flyer, a 30-minute segment covering all things Fringe Festival! This year, our most excellent Fringe correspondents Franny and Ishmael give you previews, interviews, and all you need to know when heading to the Fringe.
CFCR MEMBERS! We have a pair of tickets to Anvil, Titans Eve, Untimely Demise, Lavagoat, Agony Spawn, and Caym, taking place at the Odeon, Tuesday July 31st!
Thanks to everyone who attended the 2012 CFCR AGM that was held at Amigos Cantina this past Tuesday. We'd like to welcome a few new faces to the Board of Directors. Have a look-see!
CFCR and Planet S Magazine are proud to present "Peace from One Province East", a showcase of Saskatoon bands at the Sled Island Music Festival in Calgary. After the success of last year's inaugural CFCR SK showcase, we've decided to pack the minivan and caravan on down the highway!
Normally, CFCR is pretty modest. But when it comes to our volunteers, we become soccer mom-calibre braggarts. So, we're happy to present the second installment of our feature called "Get to Know a CFCR Volunteer" where you can... well... get to know a CFCR volunteer. This round, we chat with host of the Thursday RCMP Kevin McGuigan-Scott (aka Mr. November)!
After the explosive power outage yesterday, CFCR's webstream was feeling a little worse for wear. But our amazing technical team (aka Justen Rokstad) has re-combobulated the thing-a-ma-jig and we're back to streaming our live content online.
A power outage in downtown Saskatoon took us off the air for four hours today, but we're back up and running on the FM airwaves, with the online broadcast to come as soon as we work out some issues that arose from the blackout.
The change in the season often brings changes in CFCR's programming, and this spring is no different. We are bidding a fond farewell to a couple shows, but we're really excited to present some new programs to the lineup.