NFCB’s Canadian ally organization, NCRA/ANREC, has just announced its own summer conference, and will make keynote sessions open to NFCB members. There is no cost to attend the following NCRA/ANREC sessions. We encourage you to register.
Reaching The Next Generation: Talk by Imogen Pohl
Imogen is the operations director at CKXU-FM. Imogen has been actively involved at University sitting on both the Senate and as the Vice-President Academic of the Students’ Union. She is a director with the Schizophrenia Society of Alberta and has sat as both a Chapter President and currently as the Secretary of the KBG Canada National Board. As Imogen has helped to bring in new members every year to CKXU, KBG, and the University of Lethbridge. As organizations, we need to start the shift to zoomer-focused marketing and recruitment now, or potentially lose out on a generation so eager to be vocal and involved in their communities – perfect candidates for the Campus and Community Radio landscape!
FOLLOWED BY VOLUNTEER FOCUSED STAFF CAUCUS
The NCRA/ANREC wants to invite staff that work with volunteers to join us after this talk by Imogen to discuss how to engage younger volunteers at our stations.
The Ethics, Poetics and Radical Imagination of C/C radio : Talk by Adrian Harewood
Adrian is co-host of CBC News Ottawa. Harewood was involved in community radio at CKCU, CHUO and CKLN-FM . He was also the station manager of CKUT-Radio McGill (1996-1999). Before coming to television, Harewood was the host of All In A Day on CBC Radio One in Ottawa. Adrian is now a full-time faculty at Carleton School of Journalism teaching Journalism, Race and Diversity. In this talk Adrian speaks about the ethics, poetics and radical imagination of Campus community radio. This presentation will be pre-recorded due to scheduling conflicts.
July 9th 3pm EST /REGISTER HERE FOR THE KEYNOTE
C is for Connectivity: The Future of Community Media Talk by Randy Reid
There’s no question anymore the impact that Digital Transformation is having on media and in particular Community Radio. The question we’re asking in this presentation is: what is the future of community radio and how must we adapt? This conversation will examine the data and trends that support bold new steps to how we can deliver media in our respective markets.
Join Randy Reid, CEO and Lead Strategist for Vx3 Exchange and General Manager for VIBE105 (105.5FM) in Toronto. Randy is an expert in community-driven media and veteran change management strategist. He has been at the forefront of adapting media properties for omni-channel consumption and profitable operations. Randy is also the 2020-2021President of NCRA/ANREC.
FOLLOWED BY OPEN FORUM
The NCRA/ANREC would like to invite our members to an open forum to discuss where they see the future of radio going.