Charlotte Community Radio Secures Broadcasting Home

It’s Official! We found a home in NoDa.

Charlotte’s historic arts and entertainment district – a neighborhood where the people are as diverse as the art, live music, craft beers, restaurants, custom gifts and tattoos you will find here.


Logo: NoDa, Charlotte's Arts DistrictCharlotte Community Radio, a non-profit, community-focused, volunteer-run, non-commercial internet-based, community radio station, will move into the SEEDS training center, located on 36th Street in NoDa, on January 2, 2015. Live audio broadcasting will begin in February.

The station will act as a forum for people, issues and events that traditionally lack media access by promoting user-generated content and citizen journalism in an effort to engage the local community. Arts, cultural and music programming will be produced or hosted by local artists, performers, musicians, storytellers, DJs, and other community members who know Charlotte and the surrounding areas well. More than anything, we want to put “community” back into radio and we invite you to Join Us!

Who are we? We are volunteer steering committee members who are laying the foundation for Charlotte Community Radio and we’re chair dancing to Matuto Music right now. If you’d like to get your Appalachian-Afro-Brazilian groove on in celebration of our great news, you can find all the details surrounding Matuto’s performance on The Evening Muse event calendar.

Until our next bit of great news, subscribe to our “Happenings” newsletter, Follow us on Twitter @CLTCRadio, Like our Facebook page, and please, tell others about Charlotte Community Radio.

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Steering Committee Announced


We confirmed several Steering Committee Members and have only one more spot to fill.

Our next step includes an announcement surrounding our official operating space and a re-introduction of our shows. Stay tuned.

If you’re interested in our last available steering committee spot, please use our Contact Us form and take a minute to review this Steering Committee Members Document.

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Bridget B. Sullivan is the producer and host of Voices From The Community, a two hour jazz and international music show that spotlights local musicians as well. Her community based radio station experience evolved over a period of 5 years while producing and hosting shows on KBOO 90.7FM in Portland, Oregon. Bridget is also the founder and executive producer of Ignite Charlotte.
Stephen FoggStephen Fogg is a proud father, media professional, and advocate for autonomous media. His career spans multiple media environments including radio, broadcast television, and digital media. As a graduate student at Queens University, he co-founded QC Independent, a startup media organization promoting citizen journalism and active participation.
Dr Annise MabryDr. Annise Mabry is a former educator with a BA in Mass Communications. She launched the Back2Us show in March 2013 and she used her show as a springboard to create the Back2Us Network. Today the Back2Us Radio Network is the only daily community awareness and LGBTQA advocacy podcast on iTunes, TuneInRadio, Stitcher, Zune, Voice Republic, and PlayerFM.
Walker SpruillWalker Spruill is a seven year resident of Charlotte. She hugs trees and volunteers because she believes that we make the world in which we live, including sprucing up the one we've been given. Walker spent several years as a filmmaker and takes great joy in working with others who share passion for their community.
Melvin NixMelvin D. Nix is a MarCom Award winning, Independent Digital Artist and owner of Creativity Unleashed, LLC. He’s a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and brings over 15 years of digital design, marketing and technical experience to the team. Melvin is a member of the Charlotte visual effects and broadcast community and is expanding his borders into the tech sector.
Charlotte Community Radio Station Steering Committee MemberLori Ives-Godwin is the producer and creator of a variety of Charlotte community based endeavors including the holistic and alternative website Your Community Connector as well as events designed to bring the Charlotte community together (SHIFT Charlotte and In-Ergize). She loves to innovate and create and is always looking for new opportunities to grow.
One spot remaining.
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We’re Still Here

We're Still Here SignIt’s never easy building something from scratch especially when you need the help of others to make it work, but We’re Still Here.

Two things are important for us to continue forward, securing active steering committee or board members who can help us guide this effort in the right direction. And two actively committed volunteers, one who can manage our growing list of volunteers and another who can get involved with our upcoming outreach activity.

If you’re interested in getting involved on the ground level of a non-commercial, community supported, volunteer-run, internet radio station, please Join Us! Let’ Build It Together!

Beta Testing Begins Today

Computer CablesAnd, here we go!

Charlotte Community Radio‘s beta testing begins today and we believe most of the day will be spent making sure all these cables are connected properly and that our equipment is working well with each other. The new tower is waiting on its monitor and then we’ll add that to the mix.

Keep an eye on our updates via Twitter and Facebook so you know when our first sounds hit the internet. Beta testing will continue throughout the month of April.

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