Former Ryerson radio station CKLN may be off the air, but the money it raised in student levies is being used to help The Scope with its AM and FM applications
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