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Table of Contents for
Music in Range: The Culture of Canadian Campus Radio by Brian Fauteux

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: “Alternative” Radio

Commercial Radio Policy in Canada

Discourses of “Alternative”

A Local Alternative

Chapter 3: The Canadian Campus Radio Sector Takes Shape

Social Responsibility and Cultural Hierarchies in the Development of Campus Radio

Community Media and its Response to the Rise of Private Broadcasting

Canadian Community Radio in the 1970s

Regulating the Campus Radio Sector

Chapter 4: From Campus Borders to Communities: Campus Radio in Three Canadian Localities

Pre-FM Radio Broadcasting at Three Canadian Universities

Canadian Campus Radio and Community Representation on the FM Dial

Mandates and Philosophies

Locality and Diversity in the Program Grid

Chapter 5: A Community-Based Mandate: Regulating the Campus Radio Sector in 2010

Non-Compliance at Ryerson University’s CKLN-FM

The End of CKLN-FM: An Unprecedented Decision

Commercial “Indie” Radio Takes Over

Campus and Community Radio Policy 2010

Chapter 6: Canadian Campus Radio and Local Musical Activity

CHMA and Sackville: Music Festivals and an East Coast Cultural Hub

CKUW and Winnipeg: Isolation and Collaboration in Music Production and Mythmaking

CiTR and Vancouver: Cultural Institutions and Community in a Growing City

Campus Radio and Cultural Production: Stylus, Discorder, and Pop Alliance Compilation: Vol. 2

Chapter 7: Campus Radio and Alternative Music Culture

Canadian Campus Radio and Policy-Making

Alternative Music Culture, Cultural Capital, and the Circulation of Local Musici

The Future of the Canadian Campus Radio Sector

References

Appendices

Index