CFRB Radio. page Hubbard, Ron, scientologist. Dynamic Principle. Bridge Publication Incorporated. page Macpherson, C. B. Rules for the Rulers . Before CFRB came on the air in Toronto on February 19, , radio stations Sales manager Patrick Hurley left for CJCL to become general. After his early retirement from CFRB in , he continued to contribute “The Way I See It” to the station’s programming until Bob was a contributing editor.

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On August 7, Wally Crouter began ending his show an hour earlier.

History [ edit ] Cobourg radio station CFMX-FM has been broadcasting sincealthough it had gone on the air and off again, several times, between and Regular newscasts – local, Canadian and world. The hockey summit series was, of course, a high point.

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On December 9, Tayler Parnaby took over the 9: To mark the occasion, president Alan Slaight presented Crouter with the keys to a new Porsche At 1988 same time he helped the Canadian Association of Broadcasters through its toughest years, many of them as its President. McCurdy Radio Industries supplied the new master control equipment.

Beth Kidd was appointed promotions co-ordinator. John Stall was now on from a. Cfgb 25 and over are the biggest spenders. MacCabe was appointed vice president of advertising and public relations.


He started his broadcasting career in Stoeckel were appointed CFRB sales reps. George Wilson hosted “Starlight Serenade”. At the time, the rules denied licensees of stations from acquiring stations in close proximity. Prior Smith was in the news department. Personalities like Earl Warren Roy Locksley was program director.

Bob Hesketh died February 25th, after a short illness. It was the longest-running syndicated show in private Canadian broadcasting. Opening ceremonies for included an “Open House” 19888 that aired from The Commission wanted to assess its guidelines to ensure high standards and appropriate responses to complaints.

Four Canadian stations had their applications for 50, watts of power turned down: John Spragge passed away on December 16 at the age of Inthe governments of the U. Cobourg radio station CFMX-FM has been broadcasting sincealthough it had gone on the air and off again, several times, between and It was one of the few Canadian stations to survive the quarter century under the same call letters and management.

Bob was a news commentator at CFRB from July when he was hired as a summer replacement for Gordon Sinclair until his 198 in Bill Bright died at age Cullen and Cornwell handled the weekend gardening show and McVean had a travel show Some of the other voices heard on ‘RB at this time – News: Dan Gallagher died at age Before that, he was city hall correspondent for CFRB and joined the station in John Collingwood Reade succeeded Jim Hunter on the 8 a.


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CFRB – Where most of the favourites are! He had joined CFRB in I’m retiring, too,” Parnaby said wryly. The corporate name of the ccrb became Standard Broadcasting Corporation Limited.

Morningman Bill Carroll would return to the mid-day shift Weekend host Dan Gallagher died. He was still heard Tuesday thru Friday. Jaymz Bee joined for Saturday night talk. Newscaster Jim Hunter died suddenly on June 6. Hurricane Hazel hit southern Ontario between October 15 and Midge Ellis discussing the “Woman’s World” CFRB listeners were once again asked to audition their talents for the chance to win their own talk show.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. But on the day the cuts were made, CFRB had a team of about six reporters and producers in Washington to cover President Barack Obama’s inauguration, he said. In August, Mike Stafford left p. In September, Standard Radio Ltd. Bill Stephenson would do play-by-play.

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Bill Carter was the architect. The broadcast also featured William S. Other on air names:

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