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September 22, 2012 • Coop Média de Montréal

Losing Frequencies #4: Reflections on CKLN 88.1FM and Campus/Community Radio in Canada

An Interview with former news and arab programmer, Mostafa Henaway

» Listen: by CKUT

September 21, 2012 • Coop Média de Montréal

Losing Frequencies #3: Radio Ryerson Applicants Face Defeat in Vying for 88.1FM

88.1FM CRTC Turns the Dial on CKLN: An interview with Radio Ryerson's Jacky Tuinstra Harrison on their rejected application and the significance of campus community station

» Listen: by CKUT News Collective

September 21, 2012 • Media Co-op

Losing Frequencies #2: National Campus/Community Radio Respond to Losing 88.1FM

88.1FM CRTC Turns the Dial on CKLN: An interview with Shelley Robinson, Director of the National Campus and Community Radio Association

» Listen: by CKUT

June 8, 2012 • Coop Média de Montréal

Voix militante contre le Grand Prix de Montréal

entrevue avec le militant Pat de la CLAC

» Listen: by Stefan Christoff

November 14, 2011 • Coop Média de Montréal

CKUT Radio: Reflections on political history of community radio

discussion with journalist Samaa Elibyari on political history of community radio from Egypt to Canada.

» Listen: by Stefan Christoff

November 9, 2011 • Coop Média de Montréal

CKUT Radio: Rouge Parole on Tunisian Revolt

Cinema Politica | RIDM | Tadamon! co-presentation

» Listen: by Tadamon! Montreal

July 24, 2011 • Coop Média de Montréal

CKUT radio: A voice for gender equality in Arab/Muslim world

interview with Jocelyne Talbot, Women's World Conference Ottawa July 3-7 2011

» Listen: by CKUT radio

June 14, 2011 • Media Co-op

Voices of the Women in Radio Conference (Part 2 of 4)

Interview with Laura Yaros

» Listen: by Aaron Lakoff

June 8, 2011 • Coop Média de Montréal

CKUT radio: Salim Vally on Palestine solidarity in South Africa

interview on the recent move at the University of Johannesburg to sever links with Ben Gurion university in Israel.