VOCM


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AcronymDefinition
VOCMVoice of the Common Man (Newfoundland radio station)
VOCMVoice of Calvary Ministries (est. 1962; Jackson, MS)
VOCMViewpoint-Oriented Conceptual Model
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According to VOCM News, Premier Dunderdale said yesterday that she expects Alderon to be given the final environmental green light on its Kami Project very early in the New Year.
A differentes occasions, Danny Williams a reprimande en public des journalistes inquisiteurs ou obstines appartenant a la radio et a la television de Radio-Canada, a l'Independent (aujourd'hui defunt) et a la station de radio VOCM, puis a impose un moratoire sur les communications avec eux ou leurs employeurs.
On a number of occasions Williams publicly berated inquisitive or opinionated journalists with CBC radio, CBC TV, The Independent (now defunct), and VOCM, and then implemented a communications moratorium with them and/or their employers.
One of the most outward and visible examples of the work of VOCM is through its housing services.
And through its home rehab work, green space renovation, and Senior Citizens Organized Repair Effort (which improves the quality of life for vulnerable adults through home repairs), VOCM is making more than a difference.
The next day, callers to VOCM agreed with the show's host that the voting system was "rigged," that it was designed to prevent a Newfoundlander from winning and that Newfoundlanders were outnumbered (Canadian Press 2006).
At this time, Randell played fiddle in a band which employed guitar, piano, and ukelele in playing old-time standards: the Reveliers were playing a regular, albeit unpaid, radio gig on VOCM.
In the late 1940s, Randell, his brother, and two friends were doing live radio work at VOCM.
The band, heard weekly on VOCM, would eventually be heard on-air from St.
This was a commercial recording, on the Banff Rodeo label, made at the VOCM radio studio.
John's, and the commercial broadcasters VOCM (Voice of the Common Man) and VONF (Voice of Newfoundland) were among the most important.
VOWR is, along with VOCM, one of the survivors of pre-confederation radio broadcasting.