Committees of interest *
Please review the committee descriptions below and let us know how you'd like to contribute to ECR's growth.
General Interest - we are always looking for people who want to give of their time in general ways, so check with us on how you might play a role at ECR.
Board of Directors - we have a few openings on our board of directors, so let us know your talents, and we'll see if you might make a good fit on the board.
Community Outreach & Membership Development - volunteers help develop business sponsorship packages; solicit local businesses for sponsorships; organize promotional events and activities; conduct membership and fundraising drives; and publish a periodic newsletter.
Finance - members of this committee are responsible for maintaining and balancing the books; authorizing all purchasing activities and vendor relations; maintaining compliance with all constituents; and maintaining and revising as necessary all bylaws and articles of incorporation.
Production - members are responsible for managing the collection and flow of all recorded audio; setting acceptable broadcast quality audio standards; maintaining a master production schedule; troubleshooting problems with audio production; maintaining all Artist Waiver Forms; and organizing recording sessions and archive recording opportunities.
Programming - committee members help set a master programming schedule; develop new programs in line with the station's mission and purpose; set standards for consideration of program proposals; report local news stories; host local/regional on-air news programs, and write broadcast copy and developing sources for local public service announcements (PSAs)
Volunteer & Training Coordination - volunteers help design, implement, and revise as necessary our Volunteer Training Program for various volunteer tracks, such as DJ work, promotions, audio production, etc.
Technology - this committee has two branches: audio/broadcast engineering (A/BE) and information technology (IT). A/BE implements, maintains, and troubleshoots problems with station audio devices and components, while the IT branch maintains and troubleshoots problems with the station's internet stream, audio encoder, and internet services. Furthermore, the IT branch maintains, troubleshoots, and upgrades all computer systems as needed.