There's a nice piece by Vinay Menon in the Toronto Star today.
Here's an excerpt:
In a makeshift studio, in a lowrise building on a desolate street in Etobicoke, Humble and Fred are planning to rebottle the madcap alchemy that first earned them a devoted following in 1989, when they stormed the air as the irreverent morning hosts at CFNY (now The Edge 102.1).
In short: They are planning to be reborn.
Not on the FM dial, but on the Internet, in a podcast that debuts Saturday and will then be uploaded daily, Monday to Friday, at HumbleandFredRadio.com.
I even got a mention:
With this in mind, the new Humble & Fred Radio Show will not stream live, save for the occasional show built around audience interaction or a musical guest. Instead, each episode will be recorded in the morning with the assistance of Mike Boon, their digital partner. Then shows will be uploaded around 1 p.m., so listeners can listen at their convenience.
This will be fun.