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From the Newsroom:

  • Welcoming Gin Ebony – CJAM’s New Music Director

    Posted by Brady Holek on June 19, 2017

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    CJAM 99.1 FM is pleased to announce the hire of Gin Ebony as the station’s new Music Director.

    Gin is a writer, broadcaster, and sonic curator known for her weekly electronic showcase program, STEP01. In 2014 she relocated from Toronto to pursue integration within the music communities of Windsor and Detroit, sparking her career in radio journalism.

    ” I am very proud to represent CJAM FM as the new Music Director,” says Gin. “I cant wait to begin working with everyone at CJAM — staff and volunteers alike”.

    Murad Erzinclioglu, the former Music Director, will continue to be a part of staff until July 17th. “Murad has done an incredible job throughout his tenure as Music Director,” says Station Manager Brady Holek, “during his time here he has revamped the Music Department and brought in more music then ever, created the local singles club, and created lasting station contacts with venues and promoters throughout Windsor and Detroit. And that doesn’t even scratch the surface of his contributions to the Station as a whole. Murad has done it all with professionalism and an unmatched enthusiasm.”

    You can reach out to the Music Department here at CJAM via email at cjammd@gmail.com or by phone at 519-253-3000 ext. 2527.

  • CJAM FM Off the Air June 17th 6am-6pm

    Posted by Brady Holek on June 16, 2017

    Due to scheduled power maintenance at the University of Windsor, CJAM FM will be off the air from 6am to 6pm on Saturday June 17th. Thank you for your continued support of CJAM 99.1 FM, Reaching Higher Ground in Windsor and Detroit.

  • Clarification

    Posted by Brady Holek on June 6, 2017

    During the March 8, 2017 edition of Rose City Politics, a discussion took place regarding City Council’s decision to convert retail space into parking spaces in the Pelissier Street parking garage.

    CJAM and Rose City Politics would like to issue the following clarification with respect to Abe Taqtaq, Rami Taqtaq, or any person acting on behalf of RamTaq Holdings Inc.:

    1. The broadcast did not state or intend to imply that Abe Taqtaq has an ownership interest in RamTaq Holdings Inc.;

    2. The broadcast did not state or intend to imply that any of the above named persons spoke to the mayor or any member of City Council regarding the parking garage conversion from retail space;

    3. The broadcast did not state or intend to imply that any of the above named persons spoke to the mayor or any member of City Council to advise them of the ownership of the properties in question;

    4. The broadcast did not state or intend to imply that any of the above named persons “had anything to say” about the conversion of retail space to parking spaces in the Pelissier Street parking garage;

    5. The broadcast did not state or intend to imply any political connection between RamTaq Holdings Inc. and any of the Councillors who voted in favour of converting the retail spaces in the Pelissier Street parking garage; and

    6. The broadcast did not state or intend to imply that any of the above named persons spoke to the mayor or any member of City Council to ask them to vote to convert retail units into parking spaces at the Pelissier Street parking garage.

    CJAM and Rose City Politics are pleased to clarify the nature of the discussion and to address any misunderstandings that may have resulted from the broadcast.

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