Redeye has been broadcasting from the CFRO 100.5FM co-op radio studios in Vancouver’s downtown eastside since the 1970s, providing high-quality public affairs and arts programming and a progressive take on current events. The podcast began in 2007 with the same mission to feature interviews with a wide range of activists, writers, filmmakers, academics, and artists.
The radio show and the podcast are produced by an independent media collective in Vancouver, on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.
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Jane Williams has been a community radio journalist since the mid 1980s, working with the Redeye collective at Vancouver Cooperative Radio. She has been involved with both technical and journalist training at the radio station for most of that time. She started producing the podcast in 2007 for rabble.ca. Her favourite part of it all is the incredible people she gets to interview each week.
Lorraine Chisholm is a community journalist with a background in digital media, qualitative research, and user experience strategy. She joined the Redeye collective in 1990 to amplify the voices of people working for progressive change, and to tell these critical stories. For the podcast, she contributes as a researcher, interviewer and technical nerd.
Ian Mass is an independent journalist reporting on civic affairs in the Metro Vancouver region. He’s been a member of Vancouver Cooperative Radio’s media collective, Redeye, since the 1970s.