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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York Region babysitter arrested in historical sexual assault case. Don Hartford died at age While working at the Toronto Star, Sinc had actually had his first taste of radio in with CFRB when he did a number of feature reports.
The west tower was a crumpled heap of steel on the ground.
York Region babysitter arrested in historical sexual assault case
The move was expected to take place in March, In September, Mike Bullard moved to Newstalk Over more than 20 years, it became the longest running, most successful syndicated program in the history of private radio in Canada.
On February 27, Karen Horsman left on maternity leave. Henry would continue to do fill-in traffic reports. Bill Baker died on December 21 at the age of However, CFRB feared that if the experimental operation of WLW withwatts were successful, the experimental restriction might be removed with the result that interference would be caused to CFRB. With 30 years of radio experience behind him when he was appointed in as Assistant the President of Standard, he played a formidable role in the growth of the company for two decades.
In religious broadcasts, CFRB offered 3 hours and 25 minutes, 2 church services, organ music, choir singing, hymns, daily “Victorious Living”.
A special broadcast to mark the event featured station staffers: Hodge had also been doing commentary on sister station CFRB.
Williams called his former boss a “pioneer in our industry.
McDougald was chairman of the board of Standard Broadcasting. McDougall presidentHarry S. On May 15, Claire Wallace was one of the most outstanding. Oakley was replaced in the p. He’d been with the operation, 198 three owners, for 45 years beginning with CFRB in The collapse had trapped three men for ten days. He was now on-air 5: He joined the station in and had latterly been Program Director.
Radio vet signs off as CFRB cuts back
Fred Napoli left in September. He was replaced by Perry Goldberg. Parnaby and controversial shock news radio personality Richard Syrett were among six long-time news staffers whose positions were lost in a cost-cutting shakeup at the once-formidable Toronto radio station in the past week.
If you would like to write a letter to the editor, please forward it to letters globeandmail. He asked for two things: He would also continue to anchor the Charles Doering moved from the 7: Inhe succeeded his late brother, Edward S. Ronald Adam Krochuk died at age Well-known as a radio engineer and executive, Mr. Some of the management team: Sedgwick would remain as a CAB director.
In September, Michael Coren returned for Sunday nights. Ed Needham, Bob Hesketh. At the time, the studios were ranked as the largest in Canada, with 2, square feet of floor space and a large auditorium to accommodate audiences for live shows. Jill Loring joined as continuity editor. The aircraft warning lights on the new towers, using the LED design, were the first to be authorized in Canada.
Robert “Bob” Hesketh (1923-2000)
As ever, the No. To mark the occasion, president Alan Slaight presented Crouter with the keys to a new Porsche This was also the year that Lyman Potts was appointed President of a new subsidiary – Standard Broadcast Productions SBPdesigned to produce and market Canadian programs of value to other stations. His daily news and commentary broadcasts were the most listened to in Canada.