Congratulations to our National Award Winners and Runners up!

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CJSR producers brought home 5 awards, and 7 Honourable Mentions at the National Campus and Community Radio Awards

We would like to wholeheartedly congratulate and celebrate all of the award winners and runners up. Each year at the National Campus Radio Conference, awards are presented highlighting the best radio from Community and Campus Radio Stations across the country (the full list was released today).

Congratulations to this year’s winners from CJSR:

  • Acimowin – Excellence in Sports Broadcasting, with 2021 Alberta Indigenous Games (producer Shayne Giles)
  • Adamant Eve – Current Affairs or Magazine Show, with White Supremacy: Ideological Adaptation with Dr. Shama Rangwala (lead producers: Luis Cifuentes & Rose-Eva Forgues-Jenkins)
  • Gaywire – Best in News, with Can I get a GSA with that? (lead producer: Shayne Giles)
  • History of Punk – Music: Punk or Similar, with Women of Hardcore (lead producer: Brittany Rudyck)
  • Moving Radio – Neskie Manuel Award, with Interview with Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers on “Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy” (lead producer: Christian Zyp)


Congratulations to all of our finalists too! This year, CJSR had a ton of finalists who earned an honourable mention, including:

  • Acimowin – Best Documentary, with The St. Jean Baptiste Church Fire (producer Shayne Giles)
  • Acimowin – Neskie Manuel Award, with National Nurses Week and Indigenous Nurses Day (producer Shayne Giles)
  • Acimowin – Women’s Hands and Voices, with Métis Beadwork with Krista Leddy, the Beaded Chickadee (producer Shayne Giles)
  • If Hooks Could Kill – Music: Rap or Similar, with Your Saturday Afternoon Rap Show (producers Shantu Diggs and Sonny Grimez)
  • The Organ Grinder – Music: Jazz or Similar, with Dr. Lonnie Smith Tribute Special (producer Joe Hartfeil)
  • The Rockenrolleum – Music: Rock or Similar, with An interview with Carl Peterson of The King-Beezz (producer Luke Streisel)
  • What’s The Tsismis? – Best in Podcasting, with Did You Hear She Grew Up Without Her Mom? (lead producer Ryan Lacanilao)

 

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