Saturday, January 19, 2019

MARK ELLIOT, FORMER NEWSTALK1010 HOST OF “PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE” HAS DIED

Mark Elliot hosted the call-in program People Helping People on Saturday nights from 2001 until December of 2016.

JUDGE CRITICIZES TORONTO’S JAZZ.FM91 OVER ‘ACRIMONIOUS FIGHT’ WITH MEMBERS

The disarray appears to be affecting the station’s financial picture: The most recent fundraising drive, held last month, raised only $186,000 of its $350,000 goal.

CURIOUSCAST TUCKS LISTENERS IN WITH NOTHING MUCH HAPPENS; BEDTIME STORIES FOR GROWN-UPS

TORONTO – Curiouscast, Corus Entertainment’s podcast network, announces the latest addition to its growing network of podcasts, Nothing Much Happens; Bedtime Stories for Grown-Ups. Hosted...

HOW MY EPIC FAIL OF A PRETEEN MAKEOVER MADE ME A STAR. SORT OF.

When Jennifer Warren's Grade 6 haircut went horribly awry, it led to an even more disastrous theatrical debut

TORONTO RADIO STATION JAZZ.FM91 FACES THIRD LAWSUIT

Another former employee of JAZZ.FM91 has filed suit against the station, bringing to three the number of legal cases the troubled Toronto-based not-for-profit is facing after its former CEO stepped down last May in the wake of allegations of workplace bullying and sexual harassment.

‘A BRAND NEW ERA’: REFLECTING ON 30 YEARS OF CBC DAYBREAK MORNING RADIO

Morning radio programs launched in Prince George and Kelowna in 1988

TORONTO HEARTBROKEN AFTER MY FAVORITE MURDER LIVE SHOW SELLS OUT IN MINUTES

No matter how hard people tried, tickets for the L.A.-based comedians ultimately ended up on StubHub at jacked-up prices. 

2018 JACK WEBSTER AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED

Western Canada's preeminent journalism awards were presented this evening at the 2018 Jack Webster Awards, held at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Vancouver B.C. The awards recognize excellence in journalism in B.C.

CBC LAUNCHES DAILY NEWS PODCAST, FRONT BURNER

A joint project between CBC News and CBC Podcasts, the new podcast will be available to download daily Monday to Friday at 6 a.m. ET, providing listeners with a shortcut to a deeper understanding of the news of the day, from a distinctly Canadian perspective.

Amazon Alexa now plays SiriusXM

Howard Stern, live sports, sports talk, top news brands, exclusive entertainment, comedy, more than 100 commercial-free and hand-curated music channels, plus more

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