Go online and search for 'Listen to CKUA on Android/iPhone/Blackberry' etc, and you'll find applications for your platforms. Many people find TuneIn a good application to use.
4. Why donít you link the playlists to iTunes?
iTunes requires digital data such as artist, song title, album, etc. Because not all the music we play on CKUA is digital, we donít have the necessary digital data. We are digitizing our entire collection and aspire to be linked to iTunes sometime in the future.
To distribute our music programs via mp3 podcasts, we would have to purchase the music rights or make other financial arrangements with the copyright owners, which is prohibitively expensive. However, we do offer podcasts, and some of our spoken-word and educational programs are archived on their program pages.
As an alternative to podcasting, you can try DAR.fm, a relatively new online streaming service that's still in its testing phase. Now you can record your favourite show or catch one of our new programs which you are dying to hear but canít tune in to. This user-friendly service is free of charge, and you can give it a try at DAR.fm.
Visit the podcasts page and click on the show name to find the archived shows.
A CRTC ruling that was originally intended to prevent transmitter conflicts between competitors, led to the abundance of frequencies on which CKUA is carried across the province.
Every CKUA staff memberís email address is written as firstname.lastname(at)ckua.com. See Directory of Staff for their full names.
To find out about CKUA's advertising rates and package, please contact Don Barnes, Sales Manager, 780-428-2009 or Mandy Palubicki, Account Manager, 780-428-2016.
Whenever we have a job opening at CKUA, weíll post it on our home page and invite people to send us their resumes. If thereís no job posting on the home page, we do not have any openings.
Yes! Please send a copy of your CD to our library (see Music Submissions).
Call our Fund Development Office at 780-428-2012, or if you prefer to do so online, visit our Donor Community Page.
Ottorino Respighi: Concerto Gregoriano
by Takako Nishizaki, violin / Ssinsgapore SO / Choo Hoey