CBC Radio 2 to go online only – Major CBC Cuts

Watchdog group People inside the main foyer of the CBC building in Toronto watch the network's ..

FRIDAY in Broadcast History .. May 23rd

May 23rd is the birthdate of big band stars Artie Shaw and Helen O'Connell, as well as singing star Rosemary Clooney. Both radio station KOL Seattle and Vancouver's Z95.3 signed on. Frank Sinatra. Ella Fitzgerald, the Everly Bros. and The Beatles made music headlines. Singer Eddy Howard, actor Sterling Hayden and comedian Moms Mabley breathed their last on this date, along with the TV series Full House, Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: The Next Generation. Full details, and many more anniversaries, are to be found INSIDE.

Mike Eckford Now hosting Corus Cross Canada Pot Show!

CKNW AM 980’s Mike Eckford's will be hosting the Corus Radio Network Special Talk Show Presentation about Marijuana. Is it time to legalize Pot? Join this cross country conversation

“Real” Radio Ratings! by Sparky Taft

The obvious conclusion for PPM “ratings” based on a six or 12 year old audience is they are NOT accurate, nor do they reflect the possible strengths of ANY radio stations core audience listenership.

Former Premier Bill Vander Zalm Receives FOI: Geoengineering/Chemtrail Spraying!

ENVIRONMENT CANADA IS conducting simulated geo-engineering experiments to control climate change!!!

Bribing Quebeckers with YOUR bucks!

We're so glad the Journalism investigative heart still thrives in Harvey Oberfeld: We're Blessed! Federal NDP/Libs Want BC/West to Pay for Quebec Bridge(s) … Mean while, The BC/West Media Snoozes

THURSDAY in Broadcast History .. May 22nd

On this date the PBS kiddies favorite Mister Rogers Neighborhood was seen for the first time, while To Tell the Truth, the Rosie O'Donnell daytime talk show and Johnny Carson's Tonight Show were seen for the final time. Famed Top 40 deejay Robert W. Morgan checked out much too young, along with the Jack Benny radio show. Canada's broadcast regulator the CRTC made headlines, along with Jerry Lee Lewis, Cher, Raymond Burr, and Phil Donahue. Details of these and scores of other broadcast anniversaries INSIDE.