- Become a Member
- About Co-op
- Contact Us
Find out more about Co-op Radio and how to get involved:
We have Station Orientations every month on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 6:30pm.
The next orientation will be on Tuesday, Dec. 17.
No registration is required. Just come to the station:
360 Columbia Street, Vancouver (corner of Hastings and Columbia - one block West of Main)
This information session will provide you with basic information about the station, the programming we offer and how you can get involved.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-684-8494 ext 226
How to become a volunteer programmer
One of the fastest ways to get experience in radio production and to contribute to our broadcasting is to join an existing show. Each show is different and has a different working structure. Each show has different requirements for volunteers joining their production crew. Most shows are looking for new contributors.
Step 1: Listen to Co-op Radio to figure out which shows you would like to be part of.
Step 2: Come to a Station Orientation (information above).
Step 3: Become a member of Co-op Radio. All programmers must be members of Co-op Radio.
Step 4: Once you identify which show you are interested in, you will be invited to sit in on the show and meet the people producing the show. If there is a fit with the show, you will be given more direction on specific ways to contribute.
Here are some shows that are currently looking for new people:
- Caribbean Sounds
- Foodline Radio
- Drishti Point
- America Latina al Dia
- African Vibes
- Media Mornings
- Sound Resistance
- Fruit Salad
- Anthology of Jewish Music
- Tinig ng Masa
How to start a new show on Co-op Radio
Step 1: Come to a Station Orientation (information above).
Step 2: Listen to Co-op Radio to find out if there are any existing shows that you could tap into.
Step 3: Make an appointment with the Program Co-ordinator to discuss your show idea and to receive a program application. Contact email@example.com or 604-684-8494 ext 226
We are actively looking for people to produce shows on:
- Middle East politics
- community sports
- music - we are open to many different genres
- your original idea!
Guidelines for new shows:
- No one-person applications will be accepted
- All applicants must attend a station orientation before applying for a show
- Preference will be give to shows with larger collectives and that have more diversity
- All programming must be within Co-op Radio's programming mandate
NOTE: We are currently accepting new program applications.
Please come to a Station Orientation or check out the volunteer page: http://www.coopradio.org/content/volunteer-opportunities