Terry Moore Retiring from C-FAX, Will Continue as Sub Host
Terry Moore has given up his 3-6 pm talk show on Victoria’s C-FAX 1070, turning the time period over to Mark Brennae, who has been the fill-in guy for vacations etc the past few years . Terry’s last broadcast in the afternoon drive period was today, June 30, with Mark acting as co-host for the transition.
Moore will henceforth be the fill-in guy. His first assignment will be subbing for Pamela McCall 1-3 pm beginning the week of Monday July 11th.
This becomes the latest revision in the C-FAX talk show schedule, which has been completely overhauled as of a week ago in the wake of the dismissal of Ian Jessop from his 1-3 pm daily program. The revised talk schedule is now under new management from 9 am to 6 pm.
Terry Moore has had a long and impressive career as talk host in Vancouver, Calgary and Victoria. His broadcast itinerary/resume is presented here courtesy of the Vancouver and Calgary Broadcasters websites.
Terry Moore – CKUA Edmonton; CFCN Calgary; CKFH Toronto; mornings WTFM-FM New York; talk show host CJOR Vancouver 1970s; CKWX Vancouver; CKNW New Westminster 1980-92; author household hints publication Toothpaste & Peanut Butter 1988; talk show host then mornings CHQR Calgary 1992-99; news anchor CICT-TV Calgary 7 early 1990s; p.m. drive talk show host CFAX Victoria early 1990s-2007; co-host Wine Talk CFAX weekends 2005-current; infomercials CFAX current; daily talk show host CFAX 2012-2016.
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