Is Journalism Dead? by Byron Christopher…

It wasn’t always like this. Journalism was once regarded as an honourable and trustworthy profession. Mind you, it was never perfect. For example, some reporters accepted junkets, failing to mention in their reports that they were on the take.

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Published on January 18, 2021 at 9:30 pm by Voice Over

X22 Report ‘Spotlight’ With Sean Stone (son of Oliver Stone)

Sean Stone majored in American History, studying at Oxford and Princeton University . Sean grew up in the film world, acting in many of his father Oliver Stone’s films before becoming a director in his own right with Greystone Park. Sean also hosted the online show Buzzsaw ,SEAN STONE is an author, documentary filmmaker.

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Published on March 6, 2021 at 12:48 pm by Voice Over

Jack & Jill

March 8th is International Women’s Day. A number of JACK branded stations will flip to JILL for the day

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Published on at 11:21 am by Voice Over

Radio Mans Fave with Player…

Player is an American rock band that made their mark during the late 1970s.

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Published on March 5, 2021 at 9:03 pm by Voice Over

Saturday in Broadcast History .. March the 6th…

It was March 6th when the first US telecast from an airplane was aired from the skies over New York City…
when NBC-TV aired the musical special “An Evening With Diana Ross” (pictured) ….
when the 100th episode of “The Six Million Dollar Man” aired on ABC-TV…
and when Walter Cronkite signed off the CBS Evening News for the final time, to be replaced by Dan Rather.
Specifics, and many more March 6th milestones INSIDE.

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Published on at 9:00 pm by clockwatcher

The Curt, Corine & Leonard morning show at Star 101.5 KPLZ-FM Seattle has been eliminated.

The Curt, Corine & Leonard morning show at Star 101.5 KPLZ-FM Seattle has been eliminated

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Published on at 6:14 pm by Voice Over

CKNW fired Bruce Allen today…

Word just in Bruce Allen was given the boot from the Black Tower this morning…

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Published on at 1:00 pm by Voice Over

Chris Schultz, former Argo and TSN analyst, dies at 61

The Canadian Football League was in mourning on Friday with the news of the death of Chris Schultz.

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Published on at 8:56 am by Voice Over

Country 105 announced today the retirement of longtime host Robyn Adair.

Country 105 announced today that Robyn Adair is retiring after an incredible 32 years with the station. She has been a co-host on Country 105’s award-winning morning show, The Odd Squad, since 1989. Her last day is April 30, 2021.

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Published on at 8:29 am by Voice Over

Radio Man’s Fave with Tee Set…

Tee-Set was a pop rockband formed in 1966 in Delft, Netherlands. The group recorded a single in 1969 titled “Ma Belle Amie”, which was a hit in their native country, selling over 100,000 copies

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Published on March 4, 2021 at 9:03 pm by Voice Over

Friday in Broadcast History .. March the 5th…

It was a March 5th when Milton Berle was the mystery guest on CBS-TV’s ‘I’ve Got a Secret.’
When Dionne Warwick, Gwen Verdon, Rodney Dangerfield and Alan King headlined the Ed Sullivan Show.
When singer Smokey Robinson appeared in a dramatic role on NBC-TV’s ‘Police Story.’
When US President Jimmy Carter took 42 questions on a radio call-in program moderated by Walter Cronkite.
And when Vancouver radio legend Fred Latremouille (pictured) died at age 69.
Details and ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

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Published on at 9:00 pm by clockwatcher