DEADLINE THIS FRIDAY: NCRA Community Radio Awards!


The NCRA Board and staff are thrilled to announce the 2013 NCRA/ANREC Community Radio Awards: now celebrating 20 years!

Since 1993 the Awards have worked to honour the amazing programming, people and activities our sector has to offer and reflect the range and diversity of community radio across Canada, including categories for programming about music, Aboriginal affairs and culture, and third language shows.

Last year's winners included a broadcast live from the student protests in Montreal, a show featuring people Christmas caroling outside a prison to reach out to family members inside, thoughtful and hilarious segments from the show "Pioneer Radio" on the theme of "mortification", and poets at the local library in Haliburton, ON pondering their art.

This year's winners will receive national recognition at the NCRA Awards Gala at the National Campus and Community Radio Conference this June 11-15, hosted by CKUW-FM in Winnipeg, MB and on the NCRA/ANREC website. (There are also trophies and certificates, just saying.)

Full submission details can be found at deadline to apply has been extended to Friday, May 31st at midnight Pacific Time. But that's still pretty soon! Good luck!