Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Promotion For Reading Club

Here's a photo to help promoting a local reading club that I'm moderating.



Kino-Edmundston Article

An article about Kino-Edmundston.

http://www.infoweekend.ca/actualites/culture/299599/kino-edmundston-effectue-un-retour

I'm a Subject

I'm a subject. The photo was taken on September 15, 2016

https://www.flickr.com/photos/jihel/29305409894/in/dateposted-public/

Talking To a Crowd

I'm talking to a crowd on September 15, 2016.


Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Kino-Edmundston

Kino-Edmundston is the Edmundston, New Brunswick cell for the Kino movement of non-competitive non-profit filmmaking.

Anyone can make any type of film or video that he or she would like for public viewing during monthly screenings. Nothing will be censored unless the content is obviously illegal.

Kino-Edmundston’s first monthly screening will be held at the Galerie Colline, 195 Hebert Blvd, on September 22, 2016 at 7PM.

For more information: Kinoedmundston@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/KinoEdmundston/

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Kino-Edmundston est la cellule néo-brunswickoise à Edmundston du mouvement Kino, une association cinématographique à but non lucratif et non compétitive.

Tout le monde peut faire un film, dans n’importe quel genre, qui sera présenté au public lors de séances mensuelles. Aucune censure ne sera appliquée sauf en cas de contenu illégal.

La première présentation au lieu le 22 septembre 2016 à 19h à la Galerie Colline au 195 Boulevard Hébert.

Pour plus d’information : Kinoedmundston@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/KinoEdmundston/ 

Sunday, 21 August 2016

My Old Articles & Other Things #36: Michel Rabagliati - Bilingual Article Based on An Interview


My Old Articles & Other Things #35: Review - Vampirella Revelations#0-3


My Old Articles & Other Things #34: Review - We Are On Our Own


My old Articles & Other Things #33: Review - Twentieth Century Eightball


My Old Articles & Other Things #32: Review - The Job Thing


My Old Articles & Other Things #31: Review - The Fate of The Artist


My Old Articles & Other Things #30: Review - The Complete Peanuts 1957 to 1958


My Old Articles & Other Things #29: Go To Hell


My Old Articles & Other Things #28: Review - Strip Search


My Old Articles & Other Things #27: Review - Penny & Aggie, Vol. 1


My Old Articles & Other Things #26: Review - My Most Secret Desire


My Old Articles & Other Things #25: Review - Lost Girls


My Old Articles & Other Things #24: Review - Klezmer: Tales From The Wild East


My Old Articles & Other Things #23: Review - Harlequin Pink: Jinxed


My Old Articles & Other Things #22: Review - Ghost World


My Old Articles & Other Things #21: Review - Femforce: Victory Reborn


My Old Articles & Other Things #20: Review - Femforce Capricorn Chronicles


My Old Articles & Other Things #19: Review - Cry Yourself To Sleep


My Old Articles & Other Things #18: Review - Cerebus: The Last Day


My Old Articles & Other Things #17: Review - Dotman #1-12


My Old Articles & Other Things #16: Review - 7 Days To Fame


Friday, 1 July 2016

Good To Know: CFAI-FM

From http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2013/2013-454.htm

Appendix 7 to Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2013-454

Terms and conditions of licence for the community radio programming undertaking CFAI-FM Edmundston, New Brunswick
Terms

The licence will expire 31 August 2019.

Conditions of licence

1. The licensee shall adhere to the conditions set out in Standard conditions of licence for campus and community radio stations, Broadcasting Regulatory Policy CRTC 2012-304, 22 May 2012, as amended from time to time.

2. The licensee shall not reduce the number of hours of its local program production by more than 20%.

3. The licensee shall not solicit advertising in the province of Quebec.

True - About "Community Radio Stations" - CRTC Commissioner Marc Patrone (2010)

This really happens.

About "Community Radio Stations" - CRTC Commissioner Marc Patrone (2010):

"My concern, based on submissions made during this proceeding, is that community radio may gradually become something more akin to a commercial venture. There is some evidence suggesting this is already happening.

Most of the community radio stations in Canada continue to offer programming ‘distinct’ from the commercial sector. However, some private commercial radio stations, particularly in French-language markets have grown increasingly concerned about the ‘commercially competitive nature’ of what are supposed to be ‘community’ non-profit operations. The privates argue that, in the absence of stricter regulatory ‘dividers,’ some community radio stations may find it financially expedient to forsake true ‘community broadcasting’ practices in order to become more commercial."

http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2010/2010-499.htm