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Open Mike

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 403: Damien Cox Returns

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 403In this 403rd episode, Mike chats with Sportsnet's Damien Cox about why he's no longer on Prime Time Sports, changes at Hockey Night in Canada, his new book about the '92-'93 Leafs and much more. This episode is exactly 1:52:32.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 402: Sarah Burke

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 402In this 402nd episode, Mike chats with radio broadcaster Sarah Burke about her many jobs at SiriusXM and Indie88. This episode is exactly 1:42:18.

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Opportunity to Align Your Brand with Dave Hodge

I've been chatting with Dave Hodge, and he's interested in podcasting. Everything is in the very early stages and nothing is etched in stone, but the two shows he's considering are:

  1. a show modelled after The Reporters, possibly featuring the same journalists you remember from TSN
  2. a show in which Dave and a guest discuss sports, music, current events, etc.

The purpose of this entry is not to announce anything, because there isn't anything to announce yet, but to put out feelers to see if there are any brands interested in a partnership with Dave Hodge. Dave Hodge has been a trusty name in sports journalism for decades and this is a tremendous opportunity for the right business.

If that's you, please contact me for more details. If that might be someone you know, link them to this page.

I'd like to have Dave Hodge broadcasting again. I believe his voice and perspective is sorely missed.

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Bernardo Bertolucci, Dead at 77

Bernardo BertolucciBernardo Bertolucci was 77. He was the Oscar-winning Italian director of Last Tango in Paris, The Last Emperor and The Dreamers. 1987’s The Last Emperor won nine Oscars, including best picture and best director for Bertolucci.

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Dave Hodge Returns to Hockey Night in Canada For One Night Only

If you were watching Hockey Night in Canada yesterday, you witnessed the return of Dave Hodge for the first time since the pen flip heard across the country.

Dave Hodge joined Ron MacLean on the desk, both sporting replicas of the old Hockey Night in Canada baby blue blazers. It was quite the sight.

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Here's the segment before the Leafs pummelled the Flyers, in case you missed it.

When Ron asked Dave if he was retired, Dave said "involuntarily". This man needs to be broadcasting, whether about sports or music or both. I wish he'd podcast.

Speaking of podcasting, here are episodes of my podcast featuring Dave Hodge and Ron MacLean.

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Ricky Jay, Dead at 72

Ricky JayRicky Jay was 72. He was a master magician who also acted in films and TV shows such as “Boogie Nights,” “House of Games” and “Deadwood.”

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 401: Mark Hebscher Returns

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 401In this 401st episode, Mike chats with Mark Hebscher about the success of his podcast Hebsy on Sports, why he'll never get another MSM gig, Vince Carter, Gibby, Nylander, and Dan Maloney. This episode is exactly 2:18:58.

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Open Mike

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Tucker In The Morning Axed by 999 Virgin Radio

There are big changes to 999 Virgin Radio's lineup, starting with Tucker In The Morning with Maura Grierson, and Andy Wilson. That show has been cancelled after 3.5 years.

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Tucker, you may recall, took over when Jay "Maddog" Michaels was dumped after nine years. Jay's a good example of how there are silver linings when such restructuring takes place, as he's now co-hosting the Newstalk 1010 afternoon drive show with Ryan Doyle.

When Adam Wylde quit his gig at KiSS 92.5, I initially thought he might be heading to CHUM to join his mom, but quickly realized he was a much better fit at Virgin. This is just speculation on my part, but it's possible that's exactly what's happening here.

In the meantime, the ever popular Virgin Radio Music will take you from 10pm to 9am when singularly-named Luke is on the air until singularly-named TJ takes over. TJ's just lucky TJ Connors left 97.7 HTZ-FM for Winnipeg so confusion could be minimized.

Also let go during this overhaul is midday host Kella Duncan, Will Nash, and Tessa.

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Here's Tucker's comments from today about his firing, posted to his Instagram page.

At 9:10am this morning I was told that my services were no longer required at 999 Virgin Radio. Shortly after @mauragrierson and @andywilson123 were also let go. This came as a surprise as our show was out performing the rest of the station for the better part of the last 2 Year’s and held the #1 position in our demo for the last 12 months. Honestly, I have never seen a company blow up a show that got along so well and had the track record we had. I wish I could tell you why but they never give you the details when they are stripping you of your key card and walking you out the door. Obviously I’m a mix of pissed off and sad. The one thing I will say is that I was lucky to have had the chance to work with Maura, Wilson and Robyn! We had a great time on and off the air.

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Dan Maloney, Dead at 68

Dan MaloneyDan Maloney was 68. He played 11 seasons in the NHL with Chicago, Los Angeles, Detroit and Toronto before becoming head coach of the Maple Leafs for the 1984-85 and 1985-86 seasons.

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Print Journalism in this Digital Age

Reports of the demise of print journalism are greatly exaggerated. Print's not dead, it's just moving from dead trees to digital. The challenge for newspapers will be creating a model that can be fully funded in an environment of decreasing ad revenue. A paid subscription model is the obvious move here, but this is a little like trying to get toothpaste back in the tube. For better or worse, people have grown rather used to reading news for free online.

Look no further than the music industry. In the age of Napster, record sales started to plummet. Instead of adapting, the music industry put their collective heads in the sand and waited for this whole Internet fad to blow over. The rest, is history.

Help from the federal government is apparently on the way. Finance Minister Bill Morneau has announced $595 million in tax incentives to help with the labour costs associated with reporting, as well as tax credits for subscribers to digital news services.

"To protect the vital role that independent news media play in our democracy and in our communities, we will be introducing measures to help support journalism in Canada," Finance Minister Bill Morneau said in his speech to the House of Commons.

The full details of the program won't be available until the next federal budget, after the government receives advice from an independent panel from the journalism community.

The goal is for the program to be funded by the government but have no role for politicians to decide what constitutes a media outlet or who would be eligible. That way, the government hopes to avoid the appearance of conflict between a free press and government influence.

That will help, but an economic model that ensures print journalism survives is still badly needed. $595 million in tax incentives is akin to a bandaid. You still need to treat the wound to stop the bleeding.

With emerging digital-first organizations like The Athletic making impressive strides, my online-canadian-casino.com money is on print adapting and eventually thriving in this new economy.

The Athletic continues to grow, having recently raised another $20 million. All eyes are on "the new sports page" as they rapidly expand.

The Athletic plans to use most of the financing to continue its expansion across the U.S., establishing a presence in every market with a professional sports team by the end of the year. By the end of 2018, the Athletic plans to have between 200 and 350 employees, up from its current staff of 120. The company currently has a foothold in 23 markets across the U.S. and Canada, and plans to expand to roughly 45 markets by the end of the year.

At the end of the day, quality content is king, and there will always be an appetite for that. Here's hoping.

Here are some print journalists who have made the trek to my home studio for an episode of Toronto Mike'd.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 400

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 400In this 400th episode, Mike plays and responds to clips submitted by listeners like you. This episode is exactly 1:40:00.

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William Goldman, Dead at 87

William GoldmanWilliam Goldman was 87. He won two screenwriting Oscars, for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and All the President's Men and my heart for writing The Princess Bride.

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Open Mike

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 399: Tom Wilson

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 399In this 399th episode, Mike chats with Tom Wilson about his musical career in Junkhouse, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings and LeE HARVeY OsMOND, what he learned about himself six years ago, his autobiography Beautiful Scars, Gord Downie, Neil Young, his love for the Hammer and more. This episode is exactly 1:46:30.

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What is a No Deposit Bonus and Why Are They So Great?

The casino industry is at one of the most competitive levels it has ever been, with new online casinos popping up on a near monthly basis. As a result, casinos are all competing against one another intently to attract customers to their sites via various methods. This may involve attempting to get exclusive games, implementing new and exciting ways to bet or offer some impressive promotions and prizes.

Without a doubt though, the latter of these three techniques is the most commonly found at online casinos. However, these promotions come in all different sizes, whether that be bonus cash, free spins, or some sort of free bet. The only problem is that most of them require some investment on your part to benefit. That is unless you find a new online casino no deposit bonus offer.

What is a no deposit bonus?

If you haven’t heard of a no deposit bonus before then you have been missing out as they are one of the best offers any avid casino player can hope to get their hands on. As the name suggests, they are some form of casino bonus that you can claim without the need to make a deposit. This means they do not require you to put any funds into your account before you are eligible to claim them. All you have to do is sign up at the casino by registering a few details and then you can play straight away. They can come in all shapes in sizes, however, most commonly, they will come in the form of free spins. But you can also quite often find bonus cash amounts or free bets that the casino will simply give you for signing up. Then, if you are satisfied, you can commit to that site as your new casino and start playing with real account funds.

But why are no deposit bonuses so great?

Well, it is pretty black and white, but essentially, it gives you the opportunity to claim something with no investment on your part. This is beneficial for you in multiple ways. The first way this is positive for you is because even before you have played your first game on your new online casino, you will be on the up. As such, they are giving you a head start on your accumulating of account funds. Therefore, if you strike big when playing with a no deposit bonus, all that money can already be considered profit, which is, of course, what playing at online casinos is all about.

Winnings aside for a moment though, there is also a more practical reason as to why these are helpful for you, which is they really help you make the right call on choosing a casino before you throw away any money on a poor service. There is nothing worse than signing up at an online casino, only to find you were sold a dream by a clever marketing campaign.

With no deposit bonuses, this can be avoided as while making use of the no deposit bonus, it will allow you the opportunity to explore the site and see what it has on offer. You can find out what other bonuses are on offer to you later down the line if you do choose to deposit, how comprehensive their games selection is and what other things they have on offer, in terms of customer support or banking. Having a no deposit bonus is a generous thing for a casino to do, so it is clear you are in the right hands already, but it allows you to delve a bit deeper and really find out if this casino is right for you.

Is there any catch?

Although no deposit bonuses do essentially give you something for nothing and allow you to benefit from what we have explained above. You may need to be wary of wagering requirements that some no deposit bonuses have in place. They are simply a way of insurance for the casino and will require you to wager any winnings a set amount of times before you can withdraw the cash. However, this said, not all deals have this and so if you find a no deposit and no wager deal on the market then snap it up as quick as possible as it essentially means there is no strings attached whatsoever.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 398: Lowest of the Low Return

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 398In this 398th episode, Lowest of the Low return to discuss Shakespeare My Box and the Canadian music industry before playing live and kicking out the Cancon jams. This episode is exactly 2:02:03.

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Stan Lee, Dead at 95

Stan LeeStan Lee was 95. He was responsible for iconic Marvel characters including Spider-Man, X-Men, Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Black Panther and The Fantastic Four.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 397: Kicking Out the Toronto Sports Media

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 397In this 397th episode, Milon Talsania from Fast Time Watch and Jewellery Repair drops by to discuss growing up with Toronto sports teams and the sports media professionals who covered them.. This episode is exactly 1:57:24.

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Toronto Mike'd Listeners: Please Email Me Your Audio Feedback

We did this for episode 300, and it turned out great. I'd like to do it again for episode 400 of Toronto Mike'd. Even if you did this before, I urge you to do it again, and if you didn't do it last time, now's the time!

Record a clip of yourself with your smartphone and email the audio file to me at mike@torontomike.com. In the subject line, just include the keyword "400".

Please introduce yourself with your name (first name or handle is fine) and location (Hi, I'm Bobby from Ajax) and a bit about what you like / dislike about Toronto Mike'd and perhaps your favourite episode ever and why. Got that?

To summarize:

  1. Record yourself with your smartphone
  2. Identify yourself (I'm Tabitha from Liberty Village)
  3. Tell me why you enjoy the show (or why you don't)
  4. Let me know your favourite episode and why
  5. Email me this audio clip - mike@torontomike.com
  6. Put "400" in the subject line

Be aware, I will use these clips in an upcoming episode. That's why I'm hoping you can record and email me these clips by midnight on November 16.

If you can keep the clip under a minute, that'd be awesome. Thanks!

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100th anniversary of Canada's Hundred Days and the Armistice

100th anniversary of Canada's Hundred Days and the Armistice

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 396: Acid Test Returns

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 396In this 396th episode, Acid Test talk about their current tour before kicking out the jams. This episode is exactly 1:25:03.

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Open Mike

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 395: Mike Richards' Announcement

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 395In this 395th episode, Mike Richards makes a big announcement. This episode is exactly 1:06:39.

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Toronto Mike Goes to Oshawa

I was invited to speak to a class of media students at Durham College today. Their instructor, Rita, has wisely introduced new media into the curriculum, so I was asked to speak about podcasting.

I have a rule... if I can bike to something, I'll do my very best to accommodate all such requests. Durham College is in North Oshawa and well out of my bike range, and although I considered a combination of Go Train and bike, driving made the most sense. So I broke my rule and drove. Obviously my rules aren't etched in stone.

It was a great pleasure talking podcasting with our future podcasters, even though the bulk of my references were before their time. I'm used to that. Here's proof nobody fell asleep.

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Since I came all that way, I had to drop by 94.9 The Rock to see my pal Bob Willette. Bob put me on the air and interviewed me, which means I made my GTA Rock Station debut. Appropriately enough, my segment was during the 90s Nooner.

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It was worth the drive to Oshawa.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 394: Andy Kim

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 394In this 394th episode, Mike chats with Andy Kim about Sugar Sugar, Rock Me Gently, and so much more. This episode is exactly 1:30:18.

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Fast Time Watch & Jewellery Repair

I love a good story, particularly when it's a true story. The story of Fast Time Watch & Jewellery Repair is as good as they come.

Remember Sears Watch and Jewellery Repair in Canadian Sears stores? Well, Sears Watch and Jewellery Repair was actually Fast Time Watch & Jewellery Repair. Sears insisted they be branded with the Sears moniker, which is unfortunate because Sears Canada exited the country and left Fast Time Watch & Jewellery Repair with only one location and a name virtually unknown to consumers, despite the fact they've been doing quality watch & jewellery repairs for over 30 years.

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Fast Time Watch & Jewellery Repair now has 12 Ontario locations, including a new location in Richmond Hill. I'm honoured and excited that they've decided to partner with me and sponsor Toronto Mike'd.

There's something in it for you, too. Mention Toronto Mike'd to get 15% off any regular priced watch battery installation. The locations are here. Get your watch battery replaced while you wait, save some money, and help out your favourite local podcast.

That's a win-win-win.

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First Choice > First Choice-Superchannel > First Choice > TMN: The Movie Network > Crave

A few days ago, Bell announced that CraveTV had merged with The Movie Network, with both services being renamed Crave. This ends the TMN: The Movie Network era, which began in 1993.

Prior to being re-branded The Movie Network, the pay-tv channel was known as First Choice. But before that, it had the cumbersome moniker First Choice-Superchannel, and originally, it launched as First Choice.

So if you're following along at home, this station has been named:

  • First Choice
  • First Choice-Superchannel
  • First Choice
  • TMN: The Movie Network
  • Crave

Thanks to Retrontario, we can hop in a time machine and enjoy these old intros. Here's the First Choice feature presentation opening from back in 1983.

Here's the old First Choice-Superchannel feature presentation fanfare.

Farewell, TMN.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 393: Hockey Fight in Canada

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 393In this 393rd episode, Mike chats with the Globe and Mail's David Shoalts about his new book Hockey Fight in Canada. This episode is exactly 1:56:56.

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Open Mike

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