Stanton movin’ on up in Corus!


Today, it was announced that veteran broadcaster, Ronnie Stanton, will lead the Corus Audio division, as Vice President, Audio, overseeing Corus Entertainment’s 39 FM and AM radio stations as well as the Curiouscast Podcast Network.

Ronnie Stanton

Ronnie has guided the company’s FM programming strategy for several years and has worked in competitive, major market media for over twenty years – launching stations in groundbreaking new formats and taking underperforming brands to #1 – in the USA, Australia and Canada.

Throughout his broadcasting career, he has coached industry legends and boldly developed new talent. He has helped small, independent broadcasters compete successfully with major groups, and has worked with media giants looking for innovation and a new competitive edge. He has wide-ranging experience in radio and new media and an extensive background in radio programming, promotions and marketing, music, talent coaching and writing.

Cathy Paine | Communications Specialist

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  1. Hopefully he improves CKNW, no local news after 7PM till 5 AM, 7 days a week, during the weekdays great programming from 5:30 AM to 12:00 noon and 3:00 PM to 6 PM. Weekends just the computer programs on Saturday and Sunday. Seems like all the decisions are made in the east, that doesn’t work in the west. Time will tell if the plunge continues

    • The news from 5 am till 9 am is a joke. They just cut and paste the stories from Global BC news at 6 pm from the day before.

  2. Wonder what his thoughts are on the MSM pushing experimental medical procedures on their audiences?

    Guess which cartoon hairstyle that is?

  3. Ya that hair and coloured glasses immediately calls for a check on integrity. All the talent in the world…and you present yourself that way?

  4. The move does not augur well. The man seems to lack the substance and seriousness to manage an historic news and talk station such as CKNW. The station will continue to decline.


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