Nostalgia Broadcasting Cooperative
Not for Profit Community Service Radio
If you think radio isn’t what it used to be, you haven’t been listening to CJNU Nostalgia Radio. We play the music you remember, unforgettable music from the 1940s through the '70s and more. And it's all tied together by announcers who know that you’re a mature adult with mature interests. We also have numerous feature programs such as Radio Classics, repeat broadcasts of programs from radios Golden Era, Denny Farrell's original Big Band Showcase, and Boomertown with Roger Currie and Barry Bowman sharing memories of the music, the movies, and the black and white TV shows that Boomers first encountered in their teens.
Our May newsletter is now available. View this special four page edition with lots of information about the station's past, present and future..
...the days before the 500 channel TV universe? No cable, you received your TV signal through set-top rabbit ears, or maybe a roof top antenna. In the 1950s, people in Winnipeg had only one English language station option, the CBC, joined at the end of the decade by CJAY, and later by KCND.
There'll soon be an enhanced CJNU website that will meet the needs of listeners who access our website on smartphones and tablets as well as regular computers. It will also make it easier to do business in a digital way - memberships, donations, volunteering and connections to social media. It will also accommodate more listeners who use our Listen Live feature, and provide podcasts and program archives in the future. Check back here frequently and be among the first to see our new website.
Our May Host Sponsor is the St-Boniface Hospital Foundation, a non-profit, charitable organization focused is on achieving excellence in fundraising through the principles of transparency, accountability, and efficiency. Visit the Foundaton's website.