January 28, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Roundhouse Radio 98/3 Announces New Afternoon Show – Launching Feb 1st
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA – January 28, 2016 – Roundhouse Radio, Vancouver’s newest FM station announces new additions to their on-air programming lineup.
“JANICE & CORY” – 3pm to 6pm daily – with Janice Ungaro and Cory Ashworth. Formerly the co-hosts of CAMP, Roundhouse Radio’s LGBTQ infotainment program on Sunday nights, the two move into the prime daytime drive spot, with the premiere of their afternoon show Janice & Cory.
“We’re absolutely stoked to be on Roundhouse Radio. Cory and I are so geared to delve into a wild range of conversations with a sense of complete exploration, honesty, humour, and hopefully some intelligence”, says Ungaro. “Yeah, the latter of course coming from our guests!”, adds Ashworth.
CORY ASHWORTH – Cory Ashworth spent his formative twenties in Beijing, where he launched China’s first national radio rock show and became the first foreign VJ on MTV China. Previously an announcer on The PEAK, Cory is co-host of Rain City Chronicles, co-creator of A Good Book Drive for children in Vancouver and founder of AYAM Civic Society, presently launching The March Sweater Project.
JANICE UNGARO – The popular former morning show co-host at Z95.3 spent the past 14 years in Los Angeles focusing on the production side of radio. Janice was a regular on The Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 crew, produced The Phil Hendrie Show and The Bill Handel Show on talk radio giant KFI AM640, and The Jillian Michaels Show, which won the iTunes Best New Podcast 2011 Award.
“With the addition of Janice & Cory every afternoon, we can better highlight these energetic and talented voices. This show further strengthens our commitment to diverse programming that reflects life in Vancouver”, states Tracey Friesen, Director of Programming at Roundhouse Radio.
About Roundhouse Radio 98/3:
Roundhouse Radio 98/3 is a commercial station with a community focus, serving the needs of the people who live, work and play in the City of Vancouver. Focusing on intelligent conversations from a unique, hyper-local perspective, Roundhouse provides content important to the lives of everyone who is engaged with this city.