Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Support CKLN 88.1 FM Radio Flyers and More - Before February 12th, 2011!



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Support CKLN 88.1 FM Radio Flyers - Before February 12th, 2011!

http://www.archive.org/details/SupportCkln88.1FmRadioFlyers-BeforeFebruary12th2011

Please visit CKLN 88.1 FM Radio for details!

http://www.ckln.fm/

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Flyers and templates to help friends of CKLN Radio change the CRTC's decision to revoke the station's licence before the last scheduled broadcast date of February 12th, 2011. Click on "HTTP" in the top-left corner of this page to access the public domain MS PowerPoint files. People can print or pay to get them printed and ask to leave them at local stores for just 10 days, put them in mailboxes, leave them on cars if the weather lets up, etc.

http://www.archive.org/details/SupportCkln88.1FmRadioFlyers-BeforeFebruary12th2011

These are four flyers per 8.5" x 11" page and can be printed (use "Scale to Fit Page" to keep the edges) in black and white for as little as 3-cents per page, then cut at Kinko's for $1 per cut. For just $20 you can print around 2000 flyers. If there's interest I can design more, or anyone can with the templates provided. For more sizes of poster and flyers templates (so that anybody can change the text and pictures to design their own), please visit:

http://www.whatyouwanttobelievein.com/120612.html

UPDATE: There are now also two six per page flyers for download in MS PowerPoint and .PDF files, you can print 3000 for around $20 to share. Most Canadians won't mind taking a small 2" x 3" piece of paper if they're asked nicely, so we can keep them handy and share them when possible. With the recent CRTC decisions to allow consolidation of our media and metering of our internet, most Canadians might want to help save their community radio.

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Good luck! :)

Peace,
BK

647-855-4744
blackkrishna@gmail.com

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Sample Flyer Text (6 per page v2):

SUPPORT CKLN RADIO!


After 25 years on air in Toronto, CKLN 88.1 FM at Ryerson University had their licence revoked by the CRTC, despite raising over $50,000 from the people of Toronto in a recent fundraising drive, proving the community likes their community radio. Please help respectfully disagree with their decision by contacting your Federal MP’s and asking them to intervene, contacting the CRTC and asking them to reconsider, contacting the media with your thoughts and sharing the online petition. With our consolidating media and internet, it’s good for Canadians keep independent voices for alternative news, music and more. Please visit www.CKLN.fm for more details. Thank you! :)

www.CKLN.fm

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pass this pettition around.....there already 495 signatires on it in less than 24 hours....

(UPDATE: 1036 signatures so far!)


here is the link

http://www.petitiononline.com/ckln881/petition.html

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Write your MP to save CKLN!

Tuesday, 01 February 2011 16:36


Here's a quick look-up by postal code for your local MP's name and email address:

http://www2.parl.gc.ca/Parlinfo/Compilations/HouseOfCommons/MemberByPostalCode.aspx?Menu=HOC

LETTER TO MPS – AND IF YOUR MP IS IN THE NDP, PLEASE ATTACH JACK LAYTON’S INTERVENTION, reproduced below


http://www.ckln.fm/

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Letter by Jack Layton supporting CKLN

Monday, 31 January 2011 00:00


This is a letter submitted by Jack Layton, MP, as written intervention in support of CKLN-FM at our recent hearing.

http://www.ckln.fm/

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Thanks to everyone who has been calling in. If you want to express your support for CKLN, please send your comments to board @ckln.fm .

http://www.ckln.fm/

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Special three hour bcast on CKUT - Keep CKLN on the airwaves!

here at ckut we're shocked by the crtc decision to revoke ckln's license. we are dedicating three hours of air time to speak with ckln programmers, members and listeners, and campus/community folks across the country.

date: monday, february 7th, 12 noon to 3pm

contact: news@ckut.ca or 514 448 4041 x6788


we'd like to invite people to partake in pre-recorded interviews or speak live on the air about:

-the history of ckln

-your involvement in ckln

-CKLN's role in toronto

-your response to CRTC decision

-what can people do?

we are also looking for short audio clips from ckln that demonstrate what ckln is "all about".

ckut hosted a protest broadcast, monday, jan 31st from 2-3pm on our program, "Radio Is Dead?". you can listen here:

http://radio4all.net/index.php/program/49047


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