By the early nineties, the innovative station’s listenership had peaked at about 150,000 people a week – Ryerson’s campus radio station, CKLN-FM, was a community radio powerhouse
From the bottom of the dial to the bottom of the barrel — how CKLN and Radio Ryerson deprived me of campus broadcasting
After learning that the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission did not award them the 88.1 FM frequency, Ryerson Radio is trying to rebrand itself for a web-based audience
Ryerson has lost the battle for the 88.1 FM frequency, which was previously held by CKLN.
Ryerson Radio will now have $50,000 to apply for the 88.1 FM frequency
Ryerson Radio wins referendum after 2,773 students vote in favour of a new radio station.
When CKLN moved out of the SCC, many of us at the Eyeopener did a silent cheer. It’s not that we have a vendetta against community radio, it’s that we were glad to be done with the shitshow that CKLN became
If a referendum vote to submit an an application for the 88.1FM frequency, the student-run Ryerson Radio will face tough competition from Toronto commercial station Z103.5FM for the airwaves