Kamloops’ CFBX Radio Launches Volunteer Drive

Courtesy Kamloops This Week,  
 
Brant Zwicker (right) is CFBX station manager. Steve Marlow (left) is music program director. KTW file photo
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The volunteer drive for CFBX, the campus/community radio station at Thompson Rivers University, will begin at Friday’s  TRU Back to School Barbecue and will continue through Sept. 22.

CFBX is an entirely volunteer-run and volunteer-programmed radio station and is always looking for people to help out on air and off air.

Volunteers do not need to be TRU students to get involved.

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Music programming includes folk, roots, classical, jazz, funk, blues, punk, metal, hip-hop and electronic.

CFBX is especially in need of volunteers for morning shows, classical music hosts and anyone interested in programming in a language other than English.

Those interested can call the station at 250- 377-3988, email [email protected] or visit the station at House 8, behind the Campus Activity Centre on the TRU campus.

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Published on September 6, 2017 at 10:22 am by Turn Table3

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