25 Most Recent Posts on PSR

Some Early History by Chuck McCoy…

It all started in the small community of Woodhaven in Winnipeg. I was 7 or 8 and my 3rd/4th grade teacher, Miss McCauley asked the class to think about our future. What might we do as adults? Soon enough it was my turn to answer.

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Published on April 12, 2021 at 9:30 pm by Voice Over

MEDIA HEALTH ALERT! PSR continues to report on the Plandemic that MSM mis-reports…’ROCKSTAR’ Rocco Galati goes for the Jugular!

Extremely important video that involves British Columbia with
Constitutional Lawyer – Rocco Galati.

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Published on at 1:00 pm by Voice Over

Fraser McAlpine Shares his time about his Radio Career…

Near the end of 1958, I was asked to do an audition for CJVI in Victoria. I was competing with Andy Laughlin, but I got the job if I could be there by Dec 15. They were short handed and needed someone quickly. I had intended to start looking at stations in bigger cities but was happy to go to a fair sized city for a new challenge

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Published on at 10:05 am by Michael Easton

Midwin Charles: 47-Year-Old MSNBC Legal Analyst DEAD After Experimental mRNA COVID Shot

Brooklyn defense attorney and television commentator Midwin Charles is dead after what appears to be several days of suffering after receiving at least one experimental COVID shot.

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Published on April 9, 2021 at 10:54 am by Voice Over

A father’s legacy gift helps children find their voices – J.J. Richards…

The late news reporter and media personality pioneered a career in broadcasting that spanned 50 years, some of which were spent on air at various B.C. radio stations.

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Published on April 16, 2021 at 12:09 pm by Voice Over

Goddard Report: Dr. Stephen Malthouse – Canada Health Alliance Raises Vaccine, Mask Concerns – PLUS, an Open Letter to Dr. Bonnie Henry from BC Physician re: Moderna Vaccine Reactions

Dr. Stephen Malthouse is President of Canada Health Alliance, who joins with host Jim Goddard and talk about Government policies and Nuremberg laws

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Published on April 15, 2021 at 9:39 pm by Voice Over

Radio Mans Fave with Electric Light Orchestra…

The Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) are an English rock band formed in Birmingham in 1970 by songwriters-multi-instrumentalists Jeff Lynne and Roy Wood with drummer Bev Bevan. After Wood’s departure in 1972, Lynne became the band’s sole leader, arranging and producing every album while writing nearly all of their original material. For their initial tenure, Lynne, Bevan and keyboardist Richard Tandy were the group’s only consistent members.

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Published on at 9:03 pm by Radio Man

Friday in Broadcast History .. April the 16th…

IT WAS APRIL 16th … in the early years of radio when Vancouver’s CNRV became CRCV 1100 as the Canadian Radio Commission took over operations from the CNR…
When the soon-to-be highly popular “Fibber McGee & Molly” radio program debuted on the N-B-C Blue Network from Chicago…
When Polly Bergen (pictured) starred in “The Helen Morgan Story” on CBS TV’s live drama showcase Playhouse 90…
and when Walter Cronkite succeeded Douglas Edwards as anchor of “The CBS Evening News.”
ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

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Published on at 9:00 pm by clockwatcher

The ‘Sound Off’ Podcast: Tracy Johnson: Talent Coach and Consultant…

Tracy Johnson is a talent coach I had the pleasure of working with him back in 2013. His ideas and perspectives always resonated with both the Rock and Hot AC talent I was working with. I recall the ideas benefited not a personality’s development, but soon after station morale and inevitably the ratings. Tracy also makes himself available to all performers with ongoing seminars.

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Published on at 6:51 am by Voice Over

Radio Mans Fave with Lou Gramm…

Gramm became front man for the band Black Sheep. Black Sheep was the first American band signed to the Chrysalis label, which released their first single, “Stick Around” (1974). Soon after this initial bit of success, Black Sheep signed with Capitol Records, releasing two albums in succession: Black Sheep (1975) and Encouraging Words (late 1975). They were the opening act for Kiss when an accident with their equipment truck on the ice-covered New York State Thruway suddenly ended the band’s tour on Christmas Eve, 1975. Unable to support its albums with live performances, Black Sheep disbanded.[5]

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Published on April 14, 2021 at 9:03 pm by Radio Man

Thursday in Broadcast History .. April 15th…

IT WAS APRIL 15th .. when the world’s first all colour TV station was dedicated. Chicago’s WNBQ-TV has since evolved into WMAQ-TV…
When CFRO FM 102.7 Vancouver Co-Op Radio signed on, after three months of trials…
When “In Living Color,” FOX-TV’s sketch comedy show starring its creators Keenan Ivory Wayans and Damon Wayans,and introducing Canadian Jim Carrey (pictured), began its four year run…
and when Bill Rancic beat out Kwame Jackson to win the first season of NBC’s “The Apprentice” with Donald Trump.
ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

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Published on at 9:00 pm by clockwatcher

Tamara Konrad lands job with Stingray…

Tamara has a brand new gig back in radio, this time with Stingray…

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Published on at 2:51 pm by Voice Over

Half of Canadians believe journalists mislead the public: poll

https://tnc.news/2021/04/07/half-of-canadians-believe-journalists-mislead-the-public-poll/

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Published on at 12:17 pm by Voice Over

Broadcasting legend Bernie Pascall among Canadian Football Hall of Fame 2021 class

Legendary broadcaster and Parksville resident Bernie Pascall is among the class of 2021 named for induction into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

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Published on at 12:01 pm by Voice Over