Finding your circle of genius, by Paul Kaye


Everyone has genius in them. You just have to know how to uncover it. When you do unlock your inner genius you will be amazed at what you are capable of achieving and how fulfilled you’ll be as you advance your career. Genius is different for everyone.

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Published on December 5, 2016 at 9:30 pm by Voice Over

Peter Tosh has today’s almost forgotten track


Peter Tosh was a founding member of The Wailers, but when the band basically became all about Bob Marley (not a bad thing) both he and Bunny Livingstone left the band and began solo careers…

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Published on at 9:10 pm by Greg Simpson

TUESDAY in Broadcast History .. Dec. 6th


It’s the date of birth for the late Agnes Moorehead, Wally Cox and Bobby Van.
Calvin Coolidge gave the first presidential address to be carried on radio; ‘Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer’ was seen for the first time on NBC; ‘Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts,’ already a hit on radio, became a simulcast on CBS-TV; psychologist Joyce Brothers (pictured) won the top prize on CBS-TV’s ‘$64,000 Question’; and Moose Jaw’s pioneer radio station CHAB moved to its current dial position at 800 KHz.
Obits include Toronto news anchor Mark Dailey, actor Don Ameche, puppeteer Burr Tillstrom of Kukla, Fran and Olly, and ‘Aunt Bee’ of ‘The Andy Griffith Show,’ Frances Bavier.
ALL the milestones for Dec 6th INSIDE.

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Published on at 9:00 pm by Ron Robinson

Michael Rivero – Politics, GMOs, DAPL, Climate Hoax on the Goddard Report


Michael Rivero really does know his stuff… especially when it comes to the US and Global political scene, and much more…. inside please…

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Published on at 7:27 pm by Voice Over

Delilah to be Inducted into the NAB’s Hall of Fame


The induction of the Seattle-based Delilah will occur during the Radio Luncheon, held TUESDAY, APRIL 25th in LAS VEGAS.

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Published on at 12:48 pm by clockwatcher

Victoria Radio Ratings Fall 2016 (Numeris)


Radio One dominates in the capital city, with the Q to follow. KiSS has started to show some movement upwards


Published on at 12:15 am by Voice Over

Regina Radio Ratings Fall 2016 (Numeris)


Z99 drops, but still leads. CKRM Country makes significant gains coming in 2nd place

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Published on at 12:11 am by Voice Over

Saskatoon Radio Ratings Fall 2016 (Numeris)


C-95 and Kool lead, with Rock 102 coming in 3rd place in the ‘toon’

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Published on at 12:05 am by Voice Over

Lethbridge Radio Ratings Fall 2016 (Numeris)


CHLB Country still in the lead, followed by CJOC

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Published on December 4, 2016 at 11:58 pm by Voice Over

Red Deer Radio Ratings Fall 2016 (Numeris)


Although down over three points CKGY Country still leads the pack, followed by Big 104, then Classic Hits from Lacombes CJUV

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Published on at 11:53 pm by Voice Over

Prince George Radio Ratings Fall 2016 (Numeris)


Radio One is just that, number one, followed by a stronger Goat! The River is also up

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Published on at 11:46 pm by Voice Over

Kamloops Radio Ratings Fall 2016 (Numeris)


CIFM Rock continues to dominate in Kamloops, while Radio One drops 3 and half points

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Published on at 11:43 pm by Voice Over

Kelowna Radio Ratings Fall 2016 (Numeris)


Big jumps for Sun and Classic Rock CKKO, CBC’s Radio One, CILK’s EZ Rock and Country CIGV take major dives

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Published on at 11:38 pm by Voice Over

Winnipeg Radio Ratings Fall 2016 (Numeris)


Radio One and CJOB continue to reign, with CFQX Country coming in third

Please Note

The list has been updated to reflect the changes


Published on at 11:31 pm by Voice Over

Patience and Prudence have today’s almost forgotten track


On occasion youngsters can make fine records…such was the case with Patience and Prudence who took their biggest hit to the nation in the 50s when they appeared on The Perry Como show…

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Published on at 9:07 pm by Greg Simpson

MONDAY in Broadcast History .. Dec. 5th


Happy Birthday to singer Little Richard, comedian Margaret Cho and actor Frankie Muniz.
Bing Crosby (pictured) took over the hosting of NBC radio’s ‘Kraft Music Hall; “The Green Hornet’ aired its last original episode after 15 years on network radio; ‘Jack Webb’s ‘Dragnet’ debuted on NBC-TV; and Bob Dylan gave a rare interview to CBS-TV’s ’60 Minutes.’
Obits Dec. 5th include Canadians Art Hallman and Wilf Carter, Roone Arledge of ABC News, and jazz giant Dave Brubeck.
ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

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Published on at 9:00 pm by Ron Robinson

Conrad Black checks in with Joseph Planta, again… good, in-depth interview !

The Commentaries Joseph Planta talks with Conrad Black about his latest book, and his comments on politics, especially about President-elect Donald J. Trump

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Published on December 2, 2016 at 9:39 pm by Voice Over

CBC, 680 CJOB Hold the Line as Winnipeg’s Top Radio Stations


CBC has well-positioned itself as the reigning leader of Winnipeg radio, both overall and in the morning.Fall radio ratings released this week show CBC going head-to-head with 680 CJOB to reel in the most listeners in the city

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Published on at 5:37 pm by Voice Over

Edmontonians help 95.7 CRUZ FM to Load The Limo!


The holidays are the time of year where Edmonton’s Food Bank becomes the source for daily needs for many families. On November 28th, 95.7 CRUZ FM asked Edmontonians to help us “Load the Limo” with non-perishables to help those in need this time of year.

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Published on at 3:29 pm by Voice Over

Art Bell Sues Michael Savage for Defamation


The suit alleges that SAVAGE defamed Mr. & Mrs. Bell with the comment, “You say UFOs, you wind up in the PHILIPPINES with a 10-year-old hooker and you are off the radio after a number of years. You can’t do UFOs. That’s an in-joke, by the way, for people who understand the business.”


Published on at 9:40 am by mikedup

Victoria’s ‘The Ocean’ 98.5 Goes All Christmas


  Ocean CIOC-FM 98.5 Victoria has moved to all Christmas as of 8:06 a.m. today with Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) by Michael Buble.  Thanks to Gord Lansdell at Northwest Broadcasters for bringing it to our attention. 

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Published on December 1, 2016 at 3:23 pm by clockwatcher

Charles Adler joins Matt Cundill on the ‘Sound Off’ Podcast


Charles Adler has made his way back to Corus Radio, the place he spent nearly a decade doing a national radio show from 2004 to 2013

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Published on November 30, 2016 at 11:39 am by Voice Over

KQMV Movin’ 92.5 Extends Lead Atop Seattle PPM’s 6+


Two News-Talk Stations .. KIRO-FM and KUOW .. remain 2nd and 3rd.

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Published on November 22, 2016 at 4:28 pm by Ron Robinson

Two Seattle Stations go All-Christmas


WARM 106.9 and STAR 101.5 both made the move to seasonal music in the past 48 hours.


Published on November 19, 2016 at 10:14 am by Ron Robinson

Corporate Media: Six Percent Credibility?? by Byron Christopher


That’s right. Six percent. According to a survey by the American Press Institute in cooperation with the Associated Press, a mere six percent of Americans trust the mainstream/corporate media.


Published on November 17, 2016 at 4:19 pm by Michael Easton

It’s beginning to sound like Christmas


Edmonton, Winnipeg and London have Christmas stations already. November 12 starting at 12:01 am Fresh Radio stations


Published on November 12, 2016 at 12:18 am by Transmitter Terry

Puget Sound Radio Job Opportunities Ads Relaunched


Puget Sound Radio is the most read radio board in Canada with over 2 million annual page views
On average we surpass 60,000 Sessions with over 30,000 ‘Unique’ monthly users (Source: Google Analytics)

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Published on December 9, 2015 at 11:13 am by Voice Over