CFBX, the campus/community radio station at Thompson Rivers University, will start its fall volunteer drive on Friday, Sept. 9. It will run to Friday, Sept. 23.
CFBX is an entirely volunteer-run and volunteer-programmed radio station and is always looking for energetic and creative volunteers to help out on air and off air.
Volunteers do not need to be TRU students to get involved.
CFBX programs a wide variety of music and spoken word programming with a non-commercial focus.
Music programming includes folk, roots, country, classical, jazz, funk, blues, punk, metal, hip-hop and electronic. Spoken word programming ranges from social and political issues to sports and entertainment.
In addition, CFBX is especially in need of classical music hosts, hip-hop hosts, First Nations hosts and anyone interested in programming in a language other than English.
CFBX can help build up job skills in audio editing, interviewing, writing, organization skills and computer use. There are numerous ways to get involved at the station on air and off.
Anyone interested in getting involved with CFBX can call the station at 250- 377-3988, email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop by the station at House 8, behind the Campus Activity Centre on the TRU campus.