About us28 December 2010 / by The Scope (author)
CJRU 1280AM is Ryerson University's new campus and community multi-media hub. Our station airs a variety of programming from the university, Ryerson students, the community at large and from the NCRA Program Exchange. In March of 2016 we started broadcasting on the AM dial and we're still working towards filling our program grid with diverse and eclectic sounds and voices. Do you have a great idea for a show? Visit our Volunteer page to find out how you can get involved. If you'd just like to know what's happening at the station join our mailing list.
To serve Ryerson students and the Ryerson community with free training, access to equipment and a media hub to share their work.
To broadcast at 1280AM following the conditions of our new broadcast license regulated by the CRTC.
To provide an opportunity for Ryerson students and members of the Toronto community to, on a voluntary basis, operate a radio station online.
To provide information to the University community, particularly students, on matters of concern and interest to that community.
To provide training for students and community members in the methods, techniques, operations, ethics and responsibilities of radio broadcasting and campus community media online.
To encourage participation in the University community.
To assist community groups in providing opportunities to access campus community media.
To encourage and promote Canadian artists, with a particular emphasis on local talent.
To encourage citizen journalism and civic engagement.
How is CJRU managed?
CJRU is a not-for-profit project managed by a board of directors representing the students, the volunteers and the University. If you have a question related to governance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I get a Public Service Announcement or my event promoted on the air?
Contact our Program Director at email@example.com.
I’m a local artist, how can I submit my music?
CJRU is currently accepting CD and digital album and ep submissions. We do not accept singles.
Along with your music please include the following information: band name, album title, explicit tracks and suggested tracks.
All digital files must be at least 256 kbps and include proper id3 tags. Send digital submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Send physical submissions to:
55 Gould Street - Suite 201
Toronto, ON M5B 1E9
What music do you use in your productions?
Music used in PSAs, IDs, news stories and more can be found here.
If you'd like to donate your own music for CJRU to use, contact our Program Director.
How can I stay in touch?