Tag: Morning Show

Mark Sutcliffe moving out of 1310 Ottawa mid-mornings, Rob Snow to...

Mark Sutcliffe, host of Ottawa Today with Mark Sutcliffe on Rogers' 1310 NEWS (CIWW-AM), has announced he's taking a step back from doing his daily...

Scott Fox and Kat Callaghan return to their roots

Corus has revealed that Scott Fox and Kat Callaghan are joining 91.5 The Beat (CKBT-FM), which serves Kitchener-Waterloo and Cambridge, ON. Starting Monday, Sept. 30, the...

Quebecor’s QUB radio introduces customizable morning show

QUB, the digital radio and podcast platform launched by Quebecor last October, is expanding its offerings by introducing a customizable morning show that listeners...

Chelsea Bird and Shaye Ganam new hosts of 630 CHED mornings

630 CHED Edmonton has unveiled its new morning show team as longtime host Bruce Bowie's retirement approaches Aug. 30. The Corus news/talk station announced today...

Corus to air Rock 101 Vancouver morning show on Q107 Calgary

Corus Radio is making the move to syndicate another of its major market morning shows. The network announced Tuesday that starting Aug. 27, Q107 (CFGQ-FM)...

Vinny & Shannon make their morning debut on Virgin Radio Montreal

"Cousin Vinny" Barrucco and Shannon King have been officially named as the new morning team on Virgin Radio Montreal (CJFM-FM), following last week's sudden...

Casey Clarke to co-host regional radio morning show for Stingray in...

Stingray is introducing a new, live, regional morning show in the B.C. Interior that will be co-hosted by Casey Clarke. Clarke, who is known across...

Stingray syndicates ‘The Real Wake Up with Vinnie & Randi’ to...

Stingray has moved to syndicate the morning shows across its Real Country and boom-branded radio stations in rural Alberta, leading to the elimination of...

Virgin Radio Edmonton morning show team another casualty of Bell Media...

The extent of this week's layoffs at Bell Media is becoming more evident with word the morning team at Virgin Radio Edmonton (CFMG-FM) was also...

Roger Ashby retiring from CHUM 104.5 mornings after half-century with station

After an incredible 50 years with the station, Roger Ashby has announced his retirement from the CHUM 104.5 Toronto morning show. Ashby's last broadcast will happen Dec....
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