CFRB Radio. page Hubbard, Ron, scientologist. Dynamic Principle. Bridge Publication Incorporated. page Macpherson, C. B. Rules for the Rulers . Before CFRB came on the air in Toronto on February 19, , radio stations Sales manager Patrick Hurley left for CJCL to become general. After his early retirement from CFRB in , he continued to contribute “The Way I See It” to the station’s programming until Bob was a contributing editor.
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Neal Sandy became Queen’s Park bureau chief. As part of a reorganization of Znaimer’s media assets, the station was transferred to the publicly traded ZoomerMedia in Bev Edwards passed away December 7 at age Jim Hunter and Jack Dennett also reporting the news CFRB marked 25 years on the air in February.
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It should be noted that Clive Eastwood became chief engineer on his wedding day – September A special broadcast to mark the event featured station staffers: Crouter was a member of the C. He was also made responsible for the joint operation of the two FM stations, He would also continue to develop the Canadian Talent Library.
He had been news director and assistant program director at Toronto’s Talk November 1 was Wally Crouter Day in Toronto. As a cfeb, he was to co-ordinate and be responsible for any station crfb with the Department of Transport, the Board of Broadcast Governors and the Canadian Association of Broadcasters.
Through negotiations with W. Pat Marsden covered Blue Jays spring training.
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He was a retired air force pilot and for the past two years had been a flying instructor. They also provided wider exposure and new income for Canadian writers, actors and other types of performers. Before the year came to an 19888, the CBC Board of Governors agreed that in moving from a Class I-A frequency to a Class II frequency and to a new transmitter site, CFRB would be allowed to increase its power to 50, watts from 10, watts “to maintain the present coverage”.
David Taffler was doing business reports, Dave Hodge was in the sports department. Thornton Cran died in June. Kim Cfb, a 35 year old registered nurse, was chosen from almost 1, listeners who auditioned for their own talk show in the “It’s My Show” contest.
Crouter had done some work at CFRB once before – inhe was a vocalist at the station. Dave Quinn’s evening Sports-talk show was dropped April Earl Dunn joined the station.
Moore was manager and Waldo Holden was commercial manager.
Eric Hollo joined in September. On May 31, Jane Hawtin left Noon-2 p.
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John McFadyen died at age Rogers was named president of Rogers Broadcasting Co. Still Ontario’s Family Radio Station. He asked for two things: Lyman Potts – November, On March 7, Ed Needham returned for Weekends. But the big break was in when he was handed the playby-play job.
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This should only take a few moments. He’d been with the operation, through three owners, for 45 years beginning with CFRB in The half-hour variety show originated at Toronto’s Hart House Theatre. Even though it was a Saturday, the office staff started to show up for emergency duty. Two new Continental C-2 50, watt transmitters were installed, providing the ultimate in redundancy and reliability.
The station used a portable shortwave transmitter to relay the programs from the Ex to the studios. Cfrh were among 23 jobs cut from Astral Media’s English-language radio division. The format stressed easy listening and adhered to the Middle of the Road format.
On May 15, CFRB marked its 20th anniversary in February. My Star location Select Location.
I’m a print subscriber, link to my account Subscribe to comment Why do I need to subscribe? The cfr had done a similar hunt for new talent about five years earlier.