Fanshawe's radio stations and podcast
Fanshawe College is proud to offer three student-run radio stations and a podcast, with students working both behind the scenes and on air.
Fanshawe’s student-run radio station, CIXX-FM was licensed in 1978 as Canada’s first Campus-Instructional station. Broadcasting at 106.9 on the FM dial and via 1069thex.com, RadioPlayer Canada and iHeartRadio, Fanshawe Radio Broadcasting and Broadcast Journalism students are proud to produce this station – both on air and behind the scenes. Featuring a blend of dance, hip hop, upbeat grooves and music from around the world. In addition to the music, 106.9 “The X” is a news and information provider with hourly news, sports, weather updates and community talk programming throughout the broadcast day.
CFRL is heard in the halls of Fanshawe College and online at cfrlradio.com and TuneIn. "Fanshawe's Hot Spot" is a radio station that broadcasts in various programming formats. Radio Broadcasting and Broadcast Journalism students perform and learn on many formats including adult contemporary, country, retro, roots and classic rock. News, sports and weather information updates are heard hourly and keep students informed with what is going on in their world.
The Falcon is where Fanshawe Radio Broadcasting and Broadcast Journalism students first spread their wings in the world of radio. Available at thefalcon.ca from 6 p.m. onward during fall and winter semesters, first-year students get a taste of hosting their own radio show. When the Falcon is resting, enjoy a simulcast of CFRL.
Studio Red: The Podcast
Studio Red: The Podcast pulls back the curtain, taking you backstage for the first time to bring you the stories behind the music of Studio Red. Showcasing Fanshawe’s Music Industry Arts Students; the future of the music industry, their musical journey and the influences behind their art. Available on Spotify, iTunes and Google Play.
- Fanshawe College will defer all in-person classes scheduled for the summer semester and intends to offer a blended delivery of programs in the fall.
- In 2018, Ayden Miller (keyboard/synthesizer), Stefan Boulineau (lead vocals) and Cole Wilson (lead guitar) formed their band New Friends while working together in the studio of Fanshawe Music Industry Arts program.