CFRC 101.9FM, Kingston's only campus-community radio station, hosts a free, public discussion on Saturday, October 20 from 2-4pm in Room 12 of Dunning Hall on Queen's University campus at the corner of Union and University Streets. CFRC is a non-profit organization mandated to provide local, alternative radio programming to Kingston and area, and to deliver free broadcast training and experience to Queen's students and Kingston community members. Almost all of the station's programming is produced by more than 200 local, trained volunteers. CFRC has been a prominent feature of Kingston's media landscape since 1922; yet its future operations are threatened by insufficient core funding to sustain its current level of service. On October 20, CFRC welcomes Queen's and Kingston community members to discuss the background, situation and solutions to CFRC’s funding crisis and governance changes. Together, we can support CFRC at this crucial turning point in its history, to secure the future of campus-community radio at Queen’s and in Kingston. This event is presented in conjunction with CFRC Radio’s 90th anniversary. For more information about this and other CFRC 90th Anniversary events, visit http://CFRC.ca.