Association des radiodiffuseurs communautaires du Québec

The Alliance des radios communautaires du Québec (ARCQ) is a Canadian organization, which serves as a coordinating body for community radio stations in Quebec.[1]

Founded in 1978, the organization supports the development and maintenance of French-language community radio in the province through lobbying, advocacy, management support, training and syndication of programming.[2]

The organization cooperates with, but operates separately from, the Alliance des radios communautaires du Canada for French-language community radio stations in the rest of Canada. In 2018, the two organizations held their first-ever joint conference for all French-language community radio stations across Canada.[3]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Frédéric Lesemann, Jean-Marie Gourvil and Pierre Hamel, "Les radios communautaires au Québec : de la radio de quartier à la radio « national-communautaire »". International Review of Community Development, Issue 6 (Fall 1981), p. 45–54.
  2. ^ "Les radios communautaires dans le monde". Le Son Unique, February 16, 2016.
  3. ^ "Les radios communautaires du pays se réunissent à Québec jeudi". La Presse, November 6, 2018.

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