Ryerson was once home to the first hip-hop station in Canada, and a cultural hub for Black artists
The CKLN corporation will face possible dissolution at their Oct. 11 general meeting
CKLN’s microphones will be silent at Ryerson on August 27 after nearly 30 years of community and campus broadcasting
Local Toronto community station CKLN 88.1FM ceased broadcasting on April 15 at 6:45 p.m. after the federal court turned down the station’s request to appeal.
Filling the position is just part of CKLN’s attempt to stay on the air after they appealed a Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) decision to revoke their licence.
Toronto businessman John Lennon of John Headly Lennon Music Limited filed against CKLN for slander in 2009
Station originally slated to go off-air Feb. 12 gets stay of execution, Alexa Huffman reports
Rebecca Burton Associate News Editor Emma Prestwich News Editor CKLN 88.1FM will continue broadcasting after a judge ruled they could continue operations until a federal court will decide if the …