Tag: Sign Offs

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

Sign Offs

Craig Wallebeck, 66, on Jan. 14. After graduating from the Columbia School of Broadcasting in Calgary, Wallebeck started his radio career at CKRD Red...

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Alan Horn, on Jan. 16. Horn first joined Rogers Communications in 1990 after working as a tax consultant for Ted Rogers for over a decade....

Longtime Rogers executive Alan Horn has died

Rogers Communications Inc. (RCI) has announced the passing of Alan Horn, longtime company executive, family ally, and member of the Board of Directors. “Alan was...

Former broadcaster and Ontario Lt.-Gov. David Onley has died

Former television journalist, author and 28th lieutenant governor of Ontario David Onley passed away Saturday. He was 72. The first person with a disability to...

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Hélène Tanguay, 70, on Jan. 7. A longtime employee of the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and an animation champion, Tanguay first joined...

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  Mark Leebody, 63, unexpectedly on Dec. 26. A graduate of the Fanshawe College Radio & Television Broadcasting Technology program, Leebody spent the bulk of...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Vicky Eatrides has been named the new Chairperson and CEO of the CRTC, beginning her five-year appointment Jan. 5. Most recently Assistant Deputy...

Broadcasters We Lost in 2022

Remembered for their contributions to the broadcast, audio & screen industries *Printed here in order of their publication in Broadcast Dialogue's Weekly Briefing and including...

Sign Offs

Daryl Stevens, 61, suddenly on Dec. 5. Stevens started his broadcasting career while in high school, working at University of New Brunswick (UNB) campus...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: George Lagogianes, co-host of CP24 BREAKFAST, has announced his retirement. Lagogianes, whose 36-year broadcast career has included stops at MuchMusic, Citytv, and CBC,...

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