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Erin Isfeld

Erin Isfeld has been named co-anchor of CTV Edmonton’s CTV News At Six, beginning Oct. 23. Joining longtime anchor Daryl McIntyre, Isfeld makes the move to the 6 p.m. anchor desk from CTV News At Five, where she co-anchored alongside Joel Gotlib.

Larry Hennessey

Larry Hennessey is back on JACK 96.9 Vancouver hosting daily, one-hour feature JACK UP the 80s. Hennessey will play songs from his vast personal collection of vinyl and cassettes. Hennessey was one-half of the JACK 96.9 morning show alongside longtime sidekick Willy Percy, before a high-profile dispute with management in Aug. 2012 that led the duo to part ways with Rogers.

Dinah Jansen

Dinah Jansen has succeeded Matthew Bisson as station manager at Queen’s University campus station CFRC 101.9 FM Kingston. Jansen is also an adjunct assistant history professor at the university.

Jay Lawrence

Jay Lawrence is back in radio as the new program and music director at OZ FM (CHOZ-FM) St. John’s. Lawrence was previously PD at Newcap stations in St. John’s, Winnipeg and Edmonton before taking over the position of Online Engagement Coordinator with the Newfoundland and Labrador government in 2014.

Justin Ling

Justin Ling is leaving Vice News to return to freelancing. Ling started with Vice in 2014 as parliamentary correspondent.

Andrew McCrea

Andrew McCrea has been appointed chief reporter at McCrea has been with Winnipeg-based news site since 2015, previously honing his reporting skills at 680 CJOB Winnipeg.

Caroline Jamet

Caroline Jamet has been named executive director of Radio, Audio and Greater Montréal at Radio-Canada. The current president of Éditions La Presse and vice-president of communications at Gesca will start Nov. 27, replacing Patricia Pleszczynska, who is retiring.

Lori Rosenberg

Lori Rosenberg has joined the Canadian Cable System Alliance (CCSA) as vice president of contracts. Rosenberg was previously with BCE Inc. as managing director of content, and vice chair and treasurer of the Bell Fund.

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