Tag: Radio

All things Radio from Broadcast Dialogue, Canada’s broadcast industry publication of record.

Benztown CEO Andy Sannemann talks imaging with Darren ‘Robbo’ Robertson

Darren "Robbo" Robertson has been a longtime friend and a partner in crime on some Benztown custom projects in the past. He’s been in...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: RedCup Country with Coop

Coop, the host of syndicated weekend radio show RedCup Country, grew up listening to country music when country wasn't cool. Coop tells Broadcast Dialogue's...

Jim Pattison Broadcast Group reorgs Alberta programming team

Jim Pattison Broadcast Group (JPBG) is making changes to its programming team in Edmonton and Calgary. Among the changes, Mark Hunter steps down from his...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Shawn Parr, radio’s “Ambassador of Country...

Launching a national radio show during a pandemic: Shawn Parr’s Across the Country debuted on June 1, 2020 and immediately found a home on...

Corus revenues down 24 per cent in Q3

Corus Entertainment says while viewership was up across its platforms in the third quarter, the impact of COVID-19 coupled with one-time impairment charges, resulted...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Inovonics talks remote radio station monitoring

On this sponsored episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Inovonics Broadcast President and CEO Ben Barber discusses site streamers and more with David...

Sign Offs

Ray Orchard, 89, on June 19. Orchard’s radio career began at CJVI Victoria in the 1940s, while he was still a teenager. Orchard moved...

Radio & Podcast News – Corus drops ‘Brooke & Jeffrey’ from...

Corus Radio has confirmed that Jump! (CKQB-FM) Ottawa is the network’s only remaining station carrying syndicated American morning show, Brooke & Jeffrey. Formerly Brooke...

StatsRadio: Building Tools that Innovate the Business of Radio

StatsRadio builds tools that innovate the business of Radio – attracting and monetizing audiences. When Joty Pannu took the helm of Sauga 960 AM...

Harvard eliminates GM positions to minimize COVID-19 revenue challenges

Harvard Broadcasting has eliminated its General Manager positions across the chain as it looks to minimize the revenue impacts of COVID-19. The layoffs include Tamara...

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