RadioMedia.CA allows users to contribute different forms of content, including reviews, photos, videos, events, votes, tips, social media posts, blog posts, direct messages, and more. However, when contributing content you have to make sure it is relevant and appropriate to the page it is posted on.
Thousands of RadioMedia.CA’s readers take advantage of user-generated content from the website. While RadioMedia.CA appreciates and encourages lively, passionate and informative discussion as well as the sharing of ideas and opinions, users must recognize that a certain degree of responsibility comes with the ability to post freely on RadioMedia.CA’s pages and forums. Please read the following critical Dos and Don’ts web content writing guidelines to ensure everyone can benefit from this helpful, balanced and authentic community.
Good community content writing style:
Do not submit content that include any of the following:
Radio Station’s Response Guidelines
Radio station’s responses are also moderated using the Content Guidelines, with the exception that we do allow radio stations to include their contact information and relevant links. Responding to reviews is an excellent way to build your radio station's Brand and Reputation with one of your most vocal customers. If you have claimed your station, you have the option of responding to those reviews.
Here are a few tips of what to include in your response:
If we feel that a submission does not comply with our guidelines and policies, or is generally inappropriate, off-topic or lacks an appropriate level of detail, it will not be posted on or removed from the RadioMedia.CA website.
We also reserve the right to withhold submissions where questionable activity or potential conflicts of interest could be present, including but not limited to:
If you see some content on RadioMedia.CA that you believe violates our guidelines, you should contact us or flag it for our review. Please keep in mind that flagging a piece of content for a second look does not guarantee that it will be removed from the site. With the increasing diversity of our community, it is possible that some content could be disagreeable or disturbing to you without meeting the criteria for being removed or block.
If RadioMedia.CA determines that you are enabling the posting of fraudulent content or content that is not submitted directly to RadioMedia.CA by a user, or otherwise in violation of these Content Guidelines, RadioMedia.CA reserves the right to disable your account and or any marketing or advertising programs.
Last updated March 15, 2018