Nostalgia Broadcasting Cooperative
Not for Profit Community Service Radio
Does your organization or club need a guest speaker for an upcoming meeting or event? CJNU would be pleased to provide such a person. "The Little Station That Could" will send a staff member who will tell the people at your event the story of CJNU, our history, and our unique approach to radio programming. You might even get to win a prize! We're always looking for new members and volunteers for the Nostalgia Radio Cooperative, and we'll tell you how you can get involved. All you have to do is contact CJNU at 204-942-2568 (CJNU) or at email@example.com and we'll work out the details with you.
During the first week of March, 1954, the number one hit on the music charts was Jo Stafford's "Make Love to Me". Close behind were "Young-At-Heart", Frank Sinatra, and "Cross Over the Bridge", Patti Page. In 1957, Tab Hunter was at the top of the charts with "Young Love", while at the start of March in 1959, Frankie "Avalon's Venus" topped the charts, with "Donna", Ritchie Valens, and "Charlie Brown", The Coasters, also among pop favourites. In 1975, Olivia Newton-John held the number one spot with "Have You Never Been Mellow".
It was a full-house when Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Michael Moss gave a presentation and signed copies of his book at a Winnipeg Foundation sponsored event. Several of the people at the event didn't need to buy $30 tickets because they won free tickets by listening to CJNU. Photo: Noah Erenberg.
This Saturday morning, March 8, at 8:30 on Boomertown, Roger Currie will share an interview he did with Ed Asner. Winner of nine Emmy awards, he is best remembered as Lou Grant on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and on the dramatic series Lou Grant which followed.
The co-hosts for CJNU's March broadcast are the Khartum Shriners, celebrating over 100 years of caring in Manitoba and Northwest Ontario, and the Manitoba Marketing Network, providing marketing assistance to small businesses by offering several key services.
A membership in Nostalgia Broadcasting Cooperative is just $40 for the first year, $25 in subsequent years. Besides helping keep us on the air, you'll receive updates on happenings at CJNU, a vote at members' meetings, and an invitation to special events. Apply Now