CJRU 1280AM is Ryerson University’s new campus and community multi-media hub.

Station Information

CJRU 1280AM is Ryerson University’s campus and community multi-media hub. Our station airs a variety of programming from the university, Ryerson students, the community at large and syndicated programming from community stations across Canada. In March of 2016 we started broadcasting on the AM dial and we’re still working towards filling our program grid with diverse and eclectic sounds and voices. Do you have a great idea for a show? Start volunteering and pitch your show! If you’d just like to know what’s happening at the station join our mailing list.


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CJRU is looking for new volunteers with a passion for community radio. Build skills, have fun and gain new experiences with us! From exclusive access to local events and festivals, to CJRU music listening parties, to workshops taught by industry professionals, being on the CJRU team is a great way to learn about the media industry or try something new. Volunteers from Ryerson, high school students or members of the community at large are all welcome. There are numerous opportunities including: programming, production, outreach, writing for our website, live broadcasting, graphic design and more. To get more information or start volunteering, email volunteer@cjru.ca to set up a training session. We can’t wait to have you on our team!


Are you interested in promoting your non-profit organization, local business or music project on the radio? CJRU 1280 AM has advertising options available for all of your promotional needs.


CJRU hosts an annual Fund Drive generally in the fall. In 2020, our Fund Drive campaign was Radio From Home and funds raised went to supporting volunteer programmers with workshops and equipment to assist them in making radio at home.


As a non-profit campus and community radio station financial support from our listeners is integral to our continued success. 

Purchase station merchandise or make direct donation here.