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Allan Slaight, Dead at 90

Allan Slaight was the broadcasting mogul who helped build up Toronto’s venerable music radio stations CHUM and Q-107.  Organizations including the Junos, Canada’s Walk of Fame, Canadian Music Week and Hot Docs have benefited from Slaight support and named awards and funds after him.
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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 871: Chris Mayberry

In this 871st episode, Mike chats with Chris Mayberry about his 40 years in radio. This episode is exactly 1:23:06. You can listen to this episode in a variety of ways: Subscribe via Apple PodcastsSubscribe via Google PodcastsSubscribe via SpotifySubscribe via Podcast AddictSubscribe via StitcherSubscribe via OvercastSubscribe via
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Humble and Fred Quit Radio

Announcement Made Live This Morning on Funny 820Humble and Fred, a beloved broadcast duo entertaining Canadians since 1989 and celebrating 10 years of podcasting, enthusiastically announce they’ve quit terrestrial radio with a surprise declaration made live on Funny 820 this morning at 8:45am. Following several years of simulcasting
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Fall 2020 Toronto Radio Ratings

Numeris has released their last book of 2020. This is radio for you kids who aren't familiar with the format. I've never caught one of my kids listening to terrestrial radio for even a second, but they wouldn't be counted in the numbers I'm sharing below, anyway. David Bray has
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The Breakfast Club Leaves Flow 93-5

Remember March 11? That was just before everything changed. On that day, Flow 93-5 announced they were syndicating New York's The Breakfast Club featuring Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy. To make room for this US-based morning show, Blake Carter and Peter Kash were moved to the afternoon
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