Tune in on Monday April 27 from 7:30 am to 8:00 am to UBC’s radio station, CiTR 101.9 FM, to hear Professor Alfred Hermida from the UBC Graduate School of Journalism discuss how journalism is undergoing a transformation with the emergence of participatory forms of media.
Prof. Hermida, an authority on digital journalism, is a guest on Prof Talk with host Farha Khan. Every Monday morning at 7:30am you can tune into talk radio at its best live during your commute to UBC on 101.9FM. Prof Talk features interviews with professors each week from a vast variety of disciplines.
All episodes are podcasted and can easily be downloaded. Visit the show’s blog at http://ubcproftalk.blogspot.com
CiTR 101.9 FM is the broadcasting voice of the University of British Columbia. Reaching over two million listeners, our signal reverberates from Point Grey east to Langley, north to Squamish and south to our neighbours in Bellingham, Wash.
Run by volunteers from the campus and local community, CiTR attempts to provide a listening experience unlike that found elsewhere on the dial. A vast variety of music, news, spoken word and arts, and sports programming can be heard each day.