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Fonds AM1549 - Co-op Radio fonds

Soundwalking [sounds of spring] Soundwalking [Downtown] Soundwalking [Stanley Park] Soundwalking : Sonya live [babies sounds] Soundwalking : hearing loss, live, incomplete Soundwalking : Rafel II [?] : Flightpath II [?] : live radio, edited Soundwalking [fog in Vancouver] Soundwalking : racetrack Soundwalking : soundwalk in Lighthouse Park [Soundwalking] : Canadian National Railway Station Soundwalking : Soundwalk - Spanish Banks Soundwalking : Soundwalk in Queen Elizabeth Park Soundwalking : Soundwalk through a blacksmith shop (in Alliance Alberta) Soundwalking : Soundscape - Water Happy International Women's Day mix by Hildi [Hildegard] Westerkamp Union Made :  L. May + Rob hosts : P.J. Producer Gord [side B] Union Made :  L. May + Rob hosts : P.J. Producer Gord [side A] Union Made : last half [of] Union Made Aug. 25/82 Union Made [side A] Union Made [side B] Union Made [side A] Union Made [side B] Union Made : Local 40 [side B] Union Made : Local 40 [side A] Trade Union : Peace Committee : Tom Perry [and] Tony Arrott : side A Trade Union : Peace Committee : Tom Perry [and] Tony Arrott : side B Union Made : Jim and Stan VDLC [Vancouver and District Labour Council meeting] : Jan 18/84 : Art Hube [side A] VDLC [Vancouver and District Labour Council meeting] : Jan 18/84 : Art Hube [side B] Union Made : Nov. 3/82 News hour Vancouver Island : the final report with Susan Long Union Made : Feb. 2/83 [side A] Union Made : Feb. 2/83 [side B] Union Made : this side Union Made : Dec. 29/82 Union Made : Apr. 20/83 [side A] Union Made : Apr. 20/83 [side B] Union Made : Sept. 8/82 [side A] Union Made : Sept. 8/82 [side B] Union Made : Aug. 2/83 [side A] Union Made : Aug. 2/83 [side B] Union Made : Aug. 4/82 [side A] Union Made : Aug. 4/82 [side B] Union Made : Sept. 21/83 [side A] Union Made : Sept. 21/83 [side B] Union Made : April 14/82 [side A] Union Made : April 14/82 [side B] Union Made : June 1/83 [side B] Union Made : June 1/83 [side A] Union Made : June 9/82 [side B]
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Co-op Radio fonds

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AM1549

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  • 1967-2008 (Creation)
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    Vancouver Co-operative Radio

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834 audio tapes
4 video tapes
.25 m of textual records

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(1974-)

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In 1974 Vancouver Co-operative Radio received their first license from the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission and proceeded to set up a station at 399 Carrall Street beside Vancouver's Pigeon Park. Vancouver Co-operative Radio aired its first show on April 14, 1975 and has been on the air ever since. In [ca. 1995] Co-op Radio moved locations to 337 Carrall Street and then again to 370 Columbia in 2001. In 2014 the station temporarily relocated to 2014 Wall Street due to building renovations but returned to 370 Columbia Street in 2017. A non-commercial, co-operatively-owned and listener-supported station, its mandate has been to provide space for under-represented and marginalized communities in the media. Additionally, the station has offered an alternative to conventional media and challenges mainstream media coverage.

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Fonds consists primarily of recordings of Vancouver Co-op Radio spoken word programs including The Lesbian Show, Woman Vision, Brown Bagger, Redeye, Soundwalking and various other shows covering diverse content such as local and international news; politics; activism; war and peace; environmental work; grassroots and Indigenous organizing; arts and culture; and literary readings.
Also included in the fonds are published program guides and four video recordings showing news segments about Co-op Radio and Co-op Radio events and happenings.

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Records belonging to Vancouver Co-operative Radio arrived in boxes that presented no discernible original order. The current arrangement was constructed by the archivist to improve searchability by radio program and to differentiate between the program recordings and program guides through the creation of two distinct series.

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