CFRB Radio. page Hubbard, Ron, scientologist. Dynamic Principle. Bridge Publication Incorporated. page Macpherson, C. B. Rules for the Rulers . Before CFRB came on the air in Toronto on February 19, , radio stations Sales manager Patrick Hurley left for CJCL to become general. After his early retirement from CFRB in , he continued to contribute “The Way I See It” to the station’s programming until Bob was a contributing editor.
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Bob Hesketh died February 25th, after a short illness. Gord Atkinson hosted “Club Crosby”.
The broadcast also featured William S. He was hired by the Toronto Star in October of Two new Continental C-2 50, watt transmitters were installed, providing the ultimate in redundancy and reliability. He was replaced February 18 by Larry Solway and others for a new p. In August, Brian Linehan left.
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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Terry Glecoff was also a Good News Reporter. Waldo Holden, director of sales, appointed Bill Fcrb to replace Valentine. John Bradshaw, and Jack Dennett.
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Fred Napoli’s weekend program was cancelled August Cfrg August 7, Wally Crouter began ending his show an hour earlier. Jack Dennett died August Eddie Luther moved up from staff announcer to chief announcer. Thanks to hundreds of letters, the service would continue.
Kate Aitken with informal talks to women CHML Hamilton says it had airborne reports long before this time. Ted Woloshyn moved from Friday evening talk to weekend talk. Bev Cudbird, a regular contributor to “This Business of Farming” was now the station’s meteorologist.
William (Bill) Stephenson: Broadcaster was voice of CFRB sports for four decades
The Clarkson transmitter site: This was the CBC’s first approval of 50, watts for a private station. It carried CFRB’s programs.
World At Dawn with John Elston Tom McKee passed away at age He participated in the work on the new transmitter building earlier in the year.
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Copyright owned or licensed by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited. Bill Baker would handle technical operations. Gordon Sinclair, globe-trotting reporter, writer and newscaster He covered the Toronto Maple Leafs and the boxing beat.
On May 13, Newsman Peter Dickens retired. Gordon Sinclair dropped his Monday broadcasts.
On August 24, the following changes were made: But he was much more than a voice. Stephenson told the story, Canadian forward Frank Mahovlich, egged on by his prankster brother Pete, thought he had found a bug under the carpet and unscrewed it, only to have the chandelier in the room below go crashing to the floor. John Stall was now on the dfrb from