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Saul Jacobson

Saul Jacobson, 70, on May 26. Originally from Canora, SK, Jacobson started working in radio as a teen while still in high school. He went on to study music performance at Regina University and taught for a short period of time, but was pulled back into the radio business going on to a 35-year broadcast career. In addition to stops in Melfort, Brandon, Saskatoon and Regina, Jacobson is best known for his 13-year run as an afternoon drive host at CHUM’s Majic 100 Ottawa from 1992 to 2006. He went on to host mornings at Jewel Radio Ottawa for three and a half years. Other ventures included founded Prairie Broadcast Training Institute while in Regina. Following his retirement from broadcasting in 2011, he launched SuccessPro International, writing and public speaking. He also served as volunteer music director at Broadview Avenue Public School for the last 12 years, receiving the Sovereign’s Medial for Volunteers in 2014.

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