Stingray’s ‘Casey Clarke Show’ to Take Over BC Southern Interior Mornings


courtesy        June 20, 2019 at 8:51 AM (PT)
  • Casey Clarke

    MONTREAL-based media company STINGRAY will launch a regional morning program, “The CASEY CLARKE Show,” on four of its Country stations in BRITISH COLUMBIA on MONDAY, JUNE 24th. The show will air in KELOWNA (NEW COUNTRY 100.7), PENTICTON/KEREMEOS (NEW COUNTRY 98.9), PRINCETON (NEW COUNTRY 98.1), and KAMLOOPS (NEW COUNTRY 103.1).

    Host CASEY CLARKE is a radio and television veteran of more than two decades who has worked in KELOWNA for the last six years. He will be joined by co-host DANA THOMPSON. BRITISH COLUMBIA native MARISSA LYONS will also be part of the show every morning, joining from KAMLOOPS.

    According to a company release, “The show will cover regional content every morning, augmented by local news, traffic, and community information from each market.”



Casey Clarke has been a household name to anyone who loves country music as Casey has been on television and radio for well over two decades. Casey has been called “The Face” of CMT (Country Music Television) as he’s been hosting various programs on the network since 1997. Having been on CMT for over 15 years Casey Clarke is one of the most recognizable personalities in Canada.

Casey Clarke was born and raised in Edmonton, AB and found out early in life he wanted a career in broadcasting. Working for stations like CFOK-Westlock, AB, Mountain FM Whistler/Squamish, BC  Casey found himself in Vancouver working for “The Satellite Radio Network” and syndicated on 71 stations across Canada. Clarke left Vancouver for Kelowna, working for Silk-FM, then off to Calgary, AB to join CMT in 1997.


  1. Sad to see more talented people lose their job in BC now Keep it up Stingray and you will soon have announcer free radio. All music all the time. Pretty soon you’ll be commercial free too

  2. Geez Lori—you pretty much nailed it . I was just mentoring a young NAIT grad today and told him that BC at least still had some decent smaller market jobs for entry positions. Interesting that Casey worked in those small markets and now he’s gonna wipe them out. “Sad” is the right word.

  3. I never thought that Stingray would do the Network Morning Show in their bigger markets like Kelowna and Kamloops.


    I hope this isn’t a trend…

  4. Newcap was a great playground for the future radio stars. Now the small town announcer is a thing of the past, you can’t even be a small town music director. No future in radio. Get out!


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