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Top 102 New Rock Songs by 102.1 The Edge (2012 Edition)

Top 102 Albums of 1993102.1 The Edge, a.k.a. CFNY, has unveiled the top 102 "new rock songs" of all time, according to 102.1 The Edge listeners.

This is the list they played Saturday, May 19, 2012.

  1. Sublime - Santeria
  2. Nirvana - Come As You Are
  3. Stone Temple Pilots - Interstate Love Song
  4. The Smashing Pumpkins - Today
  5. The White Stripes - Seven Nation Army
  6. Weezer - Buddy Holly
  7. Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
  8. The Tragically Hip - New Orleans Is Sinking
  9. Blur - Song 2
  10. The Killers - Somebody Told Me
  11. Pearl Jam - Even Flow
  12. Our Lady Peace - Naveed
  13. Green Day - When I Come Around
  14. Alice In Chains - Man In The Box
  15. The Tragically Hip - Ahead By A Century
  16. The Offspring - Self Esteem
  17. Soundgarden - Black Hole Sun
  18. Arcade Fire - Wake Up
  19. Nine Inch Nails - Closer
  20. Finger Eleven - One Thing
  21. Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly
  22. Oasis - Wonderwall
  23. Billy Talent - Try Honesty
  24. The Smashing Pumpkins - 1979
  25. City And Colour/Dallas Green - Save Your Sissors
  26. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Dani California
  27. Metric - Gimme Sympathy
  28. Bush - Glycerine
  29. Stone Temple Pilots - Plush
  30. Our Lady Peace - Superman's Dead
  31. Jane's Addiction - Jane Says
  32. Sum 41 - Fat Lip
  33. Sublime - What I Got
  34. The Tragically Hip - Little Bones
  35. Muse - Uprising
  36. Three Days Grace - I Hate Everything About You
  37. Mumford And Sons - Little Lion Man
  38. K-OS - Crabbuckit
  39. Radiohead - Creep
  40. Sam Roberts - Brother Down
  41. Green Day - Brain Stew
  42. The Tragically Hip - Fifty-Mission cap
  43. Weezer - Say It Ain't So
  44. Foo Fighters - Everlong
  45. Arcade Fire - Rebellion (Lies)
  46. The Black Keys - Tighten Up
  47. Jimmy Eat World - The Middle
  48. Tool - Sober
  49. Pearl Jam - Jeremy
  50. Coldplay - Yellow
  51. The White Stripes - Fell In Love With A Girl
  52. The Killers - Mr. Brightside
  53. Kings Of Leon - Sex On Fire
  54. Silversun Pickups - Lazy Eye
  55. Nirvana - Heart-Shaped Box
  56. Beck - Loser
  57. Our Lady Peace - Starseed
  58. Linkin Park - In The End
  59. Oasis - Champagne Supernova
  60. Soundgarden - Fell On Black Days
  61. The Tragically Hip - Blow At High Dough
  62. Stone Temple Pilots - Big Empty
  63. Three Days Grace - Animal I Have Become
  64. Green Day - American Idiot
  65. Billy Talent - The River Below
  66. Incubus - Drive
  67. Arcade Fire - Ready To Start
  68. MGMT - Kids
  69. Our Lady Peace - Innocent
  70. Queens Of The Stone Age - No One Knows
  71. Metric - Help, I'm Alive
  72. Foo Fighters - Best Of You
  73. The Tragically Hip - At The Hundredth Meridian
  74. Blind Melon - No Rain
  75. Sum 41 - In Too Deep
  76. The Verve - Bittersweet Symphony
  77. Finger Eleven - Paralyzer
  78. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Under The Bridge
  79. Death From Above 1979 - Romantic Rights
  80. Bob Marley/The Wailers - Jammin'
  81. Our Lady Peace - One Man Army
  82. The Offspring - Come Out And Play
  83. Alexisonfire - This Could Be Anywhere
  84. Muse - Starlight
  85. The Tragically Hip - Courage
  86. Beastie Boys - Sabotage
  87. Billy Talent - Devil In A Midnight Mass
  88. Nirvana - Lithium
  89. Three Days Grace - Just Like You
  90. Radiohead - Karma Police
  91. K-OS - Man I Used To Be
  92. Coldplay - Viva La Vida
  93. City And Colour/Gord Downie - Sleeping Sickness
  94. Beastie Boys - Figth For Your Right
  95. The Matthew Good Band - Load Me Up
  96. Pearl Jam - Daughter
  97. Our Lady Peace - Clumsy
  98. Alice In Chains - No Excuses
  99. The Tragically Hip - Poets
  100. Blink-182 - All The Small Things
  101. Bedouin Soundclash - When The Night Feels My Song
  102. Red Hot Chili Peppers - By The Way

102.1 The Edge likes to do this with great frequency. In fact, they did it just last Labour Day. Here's how the list looked then.

  1. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Under The Bridge
  2. Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
  3. Soundgarden - Black Hole Sun
  4. Nirvana - Come As You Are
  5. Metallica - The Unforgiven
  6. Foo Fighters - My Hero
  7. Linkin Park - In The End
  8. U2 - With Or Without You
  9. The Tragically Hip - Ahead By A Century
  10. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Dani California
  11. Pearl Jam - Even Flow
  12. House Of Pain - Jump Around
  13. Metallica - Nothing Else Matters
  14. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Otherside
  15. Nirvana - All Apologies
  16. The Tragically Hip - Bobcaygeon
  17. The Smashing Pumpkins - 1979
  18. Foo Fighters - Best Of You
  19. Beck - Loser
  20. U2 - Sunday Bloody Sunday
  21. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Scar Tissue
  22. Beastie Boys - Figth For Your Right
  23. Metallica - Enter Sandman
  24. The Tragically Hip - Courage
  25. Blind Melon - No Rain
  26. The Verve - Bittersweet Symphony
  27. Our Lady Peace - Is Anybody Home?
  28. Blur - Song 2
  29. Billy Talent - Try Honesty
  30. MGMT - Kids
  31. The Tragically Hip - Poets
  32. R.E.M - Losing My Religion
  33. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Give It Away
  34. Lenny Kravitz - American Woman
  35. Foo Fighters - Everlong
  36. Oasis - Wonderwall
  37. Green Day - Brain Stew
  38. The Tragically Hip - Blow At High Dough
  39. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Can't Stop
  40. Coldplay - Clocks
  41. Linkin Park - Numb
  42. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication
  43. Nirvana - Rape Me
  44. Incubus - Drive
  45. Pearl Jam - Alive
  46. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Soul To Squeeze
  47. Nirvana - About A Girl
  48. Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly
  49. Oasis - Champagne Supernova
  50. Arcade Fire - Rebellion (Lies)
  51. Rage Against The Machine - Testify
  52. Three Days Grace - I Hate Everything About You
  53. The Offspring - Self Esteem
  54. Our Lady Peace - Somewhere Out There
  55. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Around The World
  56. The Tragically Hip - At The Hundredth Meridian
  57. Green Day - Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
  58. K-OS - Crabbuckit
  59. Foo Fighters - All My Life
  60. Billy Talent - Fallen Leaves
  61. Rage Against The Machine - Killing In The Name Of
  62. Finger Eleven - One Thing
  63. Stone Temple Pilots - Creep
  64. Our Lady Peace - Innocent
  65. Green Day - Time Of Your Life
  66. Arcade Fire - Neighbourhood #3
  67. Radiohead - Karma Police
  68. Sum 41 - In Too Deep
  69. Nine Inch Nails - Closer
  70. The Tragically Hip - Fifty-Mission cap
  71. Sublime - Smoke Two Joints
  72. Our Lady Peace - Superman's Dead
  73. Foo Fighters - Times Like These
  74. Billy Talent - Devil In A Midnight Mass
  75. Pearl Jam - Jeremy
  76. Three Days Grace - Just Like You
  77. Coldplay - Viva La Vida
  78. Bedouin Soundclash - When The Night Feels My Song
  79. The Killers - Mr. Brightside
  80. Sum 41 - Fat Lip
  81. Silversun Pickups - Lazy Eye
  82. Our Lady Peace - Life
  83. Beastie Boys - Intergalactic
  84. Metric - Gimme Sympathy
  85. Everlast - What It's Like
  86. Nickelback - How You Remind Me
  87. Nirvana - The Mand Who Sold The World
  88. The Tragically Hip - Little Bones
  89. Green Day - When I Come Around
  90. Sam Roberts - Brother Down
  91. Pearl Jam - Daughter
  92. Finger Eleven - First Time
  93. Stone Temple Pilots - Plush
  94. Sloan - Money City Maniacs
  95. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Tell Me Baby
  96. Our Lady Peace - Naveed
  97. Kings Of Leon - Sex On Fire
  98. Big Wreck - The Oaf
  99. Blink-182 - All The Small Things
  100. Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker - Laces Out
  101. The Smashing Pumpkins - Disarm
  102. Three Days Grace - Never Too Late

It's pretty amazing to see the #1 song from Labour Day 2011 finish 78th this weekend. That was a Red Hot Chili Peppers tune, a band that placed 10 songs in the top 102 last time, but only 3 this time. Are Edge listeners finally tiring of all RHCP all the time?

The Tragically Hip placed 8 songs in the top 102 this time around, making them champs. But this list looks surprisingly different than the last one. Santeria, a surprise #1 this time around, didn't crack the top 102 last time.

Does anyone else want to chime in with observations?

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Top 102 Albums of 1993

Top 102 Albums of 1993I was perusing the spirit of radio site when I stumbled upon the Top 102 Albums of 1993 according to CFNY a.k.a. 102.1 The Edge.

Through the years I've shared a number of CFNY lists, all of which can be found at https://www.torontomike.com/cfny_edge_102/, but this 1993 list caught my eye for a few reasons:

  1. In 1993 I was almost never without a radio and listened to a shitload of CFNY
  2. Most of this list are albums I owned and loved
  3. Terrestrial radio in this city used to play some pretty sweet stuff, aforementioned bias aside

Here's the list:

  1. Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream
  2. Nirvana - In Utero
  3. Depeche Mode - Songs Of Faith And Devotion
  4. Pearl Jam - Vs.
  5. New Order - Republic
  6. Radiohead - Pablo Honey
  7. Breeders - Last Splash
  8. Catherine Wheel - Chrome
  9. U2 - Zooropa
  10. Porno For Pyros - Porno For Pyros
  11. James - Laid
  12. Sarah McLachlan - Fumbling Towards Ecstacy
  13. Bjork - Debut
  14. Pet Shop Boys - Very
  15. Rage Against The Machine - Rage Against The Machine
  16. Suede - Suede
  17. The The - Dusk
  18. Juliana Hatfield Three - Become What You Are
  19. The Cranberries - Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can't I?
  20. Lemonheads - Come On Feel The Lemonheads
  21. P.J. Harvey - Rid Of Me
  22. Stone Temple Pilots - Core
  23. Blur - Modern Life Is Rubbish
  24. Doughboys - Crush
  25. Adorable - Against Perfection
  26. Belly - Star
  27. Tea Party - Splendor Solis
  28. Lenny Kravitz - Are You Gonna Go My Way?
  29. hHead - Fireman
  30. Tool - Undertow
  31. Kate Bush - The Red Shoes
  32. I Mother Earth - Dig
  33. Dinosaur Jr- Where You Been
  34. Jane Siberry - When I Was A Boy
  35. Various - 1993 CFNY New Music Search
  36. Tragically Hip - Fully Completely
  37. Blind Lemon - Blind Lemon
  38. Verve - A Storm In Heaven
  39. Frank Black - Frank Black
  40. Trash Can Sinatras - I've Seen Everything
  41. Midnight Oil - Earth And Sun And Moon
  42. 13 Engines - Perpetual Motion Machine
  43. Dead Can Dance - Into The Labyrinth
  44. Curve - Cuckoo
  45. Revolting Cocks - Linger Ficken' Good & Other...
  46. Swervedriver - Mescalhead
  47. Eric's Trip - Love Tara
  48. Wonder Stuff - Construction For The Modern Idiot
  49. Primus - Pork Soda
  50. R.E.M - Automatic For The People
  51. Concrete Blonde - Mexican Moon
  52. Front 242 - :06:21:03:11 Up Evil
  53. Matthew Sweet - Altered Beast
  54. Urge Overkill - Saturation
  55. Cocteau Twins - Four Calendar Cafe
  56. Soul Asylum - Grave Dancer's Union
  57. Spirit Of The West - Faithlift
  58. World Party - Bang!
  59. Cracker - Kerosene Hat
  60. New Fast Automatic Daffodils - Body Exit Mind
  61. Odds - Bedbugs
  62. (missing)
  63. Jesus Jones - Perverse
  64. Beloved - Conscience
  65. Cranes - Jewel
  66. The Watchmen - McLaren Furnace Room
  67. The Fall - Infotainment Scan
  68. Shadowy Men On A Shadowy Planet - Sport Fishin'
  69. Ned's Atomic Dustbin - Are You Normal?
  70. Hothouse Flowers - Songs From The Rain
  71. Mystery Machine - Glazed
  72. INXS - Full Moon Dirty Heart
  73. Mighty Mighty Bosstones - Don't Know How To Party
  74. Hunters & Collectors - Cut
  75. House Of Love - Audience With The Mind
  76. Daniel Lanois - For The Love Of Wynona
  77. Tears For Fears - Elemental
  78. Acid Test - Drop
  79. Sting - Ten Summoner's Tales
  80. Paul Weller - Wildwood
  81. Stereo MCs - Connected
  82. Ocean Blue - Beneath The Rhythm And Sound
  83. Revolver - Cold Water Flat
  84. Rose Chronicles - Dead And Gone To Heaven
  85. Waterboys - Dream Harder
  86. Machines Of Loving Grace - Concentration
  87. Bad Religion - Recipe For Hate
  88. Crash Test Dummies - God Shuffled His Feet
  89. Peter Gabriel - Us
  90. Cowboy Junkies - Pale Sun, Crescent Moon
  91. UB40 - Promises & Lies
  92. Crash Vegas - Stone
  93. Dada - Puzzle
  94. Teenage Fanclub - Thirteen
  95. Moxy Fruvous - Bargainville
  96. Mae Moore - Bohemia
  97. Various - Stone Free
  98. Buffalo Tom - Big Red Letter Day
  99. Various - Sweet Relief
  100. Rymes With Orange - Peel
  101. Redd Kross - Phaseshifter
  102. Pursuit Of Happiness - The Downward Road

Almost twenty years later, the station continues to play tunes from a few of these albums, mainly those from Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Radiohead and STP, but they haven't played New Order in quite some time...

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Josie Dye Murders O Canada

Josie Dye Murders O CanadaBC just left this comment on my The Weather entry.

I cant be leave you haven't posted this yet Mike. Its Josie Dye trying to sing O'Canada at the Toronto Rock game the other night. How is she still at the Edge again? LOL

It seems the Toronto Rock played the Buffalo Bandits in National Lacrosse League action on Friday night, and Edge 102's Josie Dye was there to sing O Canada. Here she is, absolutely destroying our national anthem.

Yikes.

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Fearless Fred Really, Really Hates Me

radioI just listened to today's episode of Humble and Fred Radio. At about the 30 minute mark, between some typically hilarious banter and a great performance by 54-40, guest Fearless Fred from Edge 102 goes off on me. You have to hear this 5:27 of audio to believe it.

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As I was listening to Fearless Fred, I really felt for him. He's clearly emotional and carrying a great deal of hate for this site and me. Of course, as with any interview, a great deal of context is missing. Before you decide to join Fearless Fred in hating me, please hear me out...

In May of 2009, Edge 102 fired a couple of very popular deejays. Of course I wrote about it, Martin Streek was fired after working at CFNY forever. I don't have to tell you what happened a couple of months later. Martin Streek hanged himself.

That was tragic, and in no way did I ever suggest Fearless Fred had anything to do with Martin Streek's suicide, but he was hired when Streek and Barry Taylor were fired, so I wrote about it.

I just re-read that entry, unedited since I first published it on August 8, 2009. I didn't write anything negative about him at all. I just broke the news he was coming from Edmonton and speculated as to where he'd be dropped in the lineup. That's it until I read something he wrote about me on a comedy blog. He went off on this blog because of some negative comments posted by readers. Fearless Fred, it seems, attributes the opinions expressed in the comments to me.

I only wrote about Fearless Fred one other time. I admitted I don't know shit about radio, because I didn't dig Fred's schtick and thought Barry Taylor had the same schtick, only funnier. I expressed my opinion, something I'm apt to do on this site. There were no personal attacks, and no lines crossed.

And that's my final point to Fearless Fred. I've never, ever written a single word about your wife or family. I never cross that line. I spoke about you as a radio host, a public figure, and merely commented on the situation at your radio station and your abilities as an on-air talent.

Fearless Fred really, really hates me, and that's a shame. I think Humble's right... I think we'd hit it off and like each other. It's just too bad Fred can't decipher between my words and actions and the opinions and actions of my readers.

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Radio Hits: Barry Taylor, Girl Talk and RHCP on The Edge

radioYou lucky bastards are getting three for one here. That's right, three radio hits in one entry.

See what I did there? I called them "hits" because "hits" are played on the radio. I could have called them "thoughts" or "points", but that wouldn't have been nearly as clever. Let's get to these hits, shall we?

1. Barry Taylor Returns to GTA Radio
I heard former CFNY / Edge 102 deejay Barry Taylor on Y108 this afternoon. He's got a weekend afternoon gig there, working Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 6pm. Barry Taylor is a hero of sorts, because he called Edge 102 out on the mat and taught me that I really don't know shit about radio. It's good to hear his voice on the radio again.

2. Girl Talk Has Changed the Way I Hear Songs
Earlier this morning, while in the shower, I heard Nirvana's Lithium on Edge 102. Listening to Lithium, only one of my favourite songs of all-time, I heard Salt-N-Pepa's Push It in my head. Apparently I've listened to a lot of Girl Talk the past few years and I can't hear a song he sampled without hearing the rest of his mash-up. Same thing happened when I saw Heart this past summer.

3. Edge 102 Should Re-brand Themselves RHCP Radio
Almost every time I tune in 102.1 they're playing a Red Hot Chili Peppers song. It happened again this afternoon when I heard Give It Away. Seriously, they play a lot of RHCP and I'm betting RHCP gets more coverage than any other band right now.

That is all. Continue enjoying your weekend.

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Dean Blundell Contemplates Quitting 102.1

twitterDean Blundell's been tweeting today that he's thinking about packing it in soon. In fact, those are his exact words.

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In that tweet, he says "Thinking of packing it in soon". When someone replied with a "say it ain't so", he replied with a clarifying "I think its so sir".

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What has Dean Blundell tweeting about quitting the Dean Blundell Show on 102.1 The Edge? "Gotta grow dude. Noone knows how much time we have and its silly to not use it properly."

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If Blundell does in fact step down from his morning show duties at the Edge, I hope he does something similar to what he used to do with Eye Weekly. His columns are no longer online, but if you click over to that entry I wrote, you'll see I copied and pasted a couple of the better ones in the comments.

But the question remains: much a-tweet about nothing or is the DBS winding down?

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Adam vs. Alexisonfire: Social Payola at Edge 102?

radioOn Saturday morning, I was listening to Edge 102 in the car. Despite what you may think having read the odd rant about 102.1 in this space, it's still my favourite music station. There's really no alternative in the GTA for a guy who wants to hear the latest Foo Fighters single alongside a Hey Rosetta! track or an Arcade Fire song.

So I'm listening, and Adam is about to play a double shot, two songs in a row from the same artist... and Alexisonfire's "Boiled Frogs" begins to play. Edge 102 plays the crap out of Alexisonfire, and with their recent announcement that they're breaking up after ten years, hearing "Boiled Frogs" was completely unexceptional. What caught my attention was what happened next.

Adam ordered the song stopped. They cut the tune after only a few seconds and Adam said something like this... this is a paraphrase from memory, but I believe I'm nailing the sentiment.

Let's not play that. We're not playing Alexisonfire anymore. Apparently, some of the guys had some things to say about us despite the fact we've been big supporters of theirs over the years. Let's play something by a band that actually likes us. This is Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker, friends of the station.

I've searched Google and Twitter trying to find a quote from an Alexisonfire band member that would have prompted this act by Adam, but I've come up empty. I did find this Tweet from Adam, however, in which he proclaims "Done with Alexisonfire... #pricks".

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This got me thinking... if a station refuses to play a band that says negative things about the station, and instead plays a band that says nice things about the station, isn't that a form of social Payola? Instead of taking money to play an artist's songs, Edge 102 is taking endorsements and positive social currency.

The whole practice smells... What do you guys think about a station refusing to play a band's music because of something a band member said about the station?

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Alan Cross Fired from Edge 102

radioThis one comes as no surprise. Alan Cross is no longer employed by Corus Radio. Alan Cross is best known for his long-running weekly rock documentary series The Ongoing History of New Music on 102.1 The Edge.

Alan Cross was there a very long time, starting at CFNY in 1986. It's highly likely he'll continue to create content for Corus, although in a freelance capacity.

Back when Alan Cross was program directory at 102.1, we exchanged several emails that I posted here. Edge 102 avoided Eminem like the plague, and then suddenly played him ad nausea. Here's what Alan Cross said about that. Then, there's that time Good Charlotte headlined Edgefest. That was fun.

Alan's last day was June 30. It's the end of an era, folks, but it's no surprise. Maybe he should apply for this gig.

Fun fact: Alan Cross is married to former CFNY news gal Mary Ellen Beninger!

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Remember Peter Griffin on June 23

candleMy friend Freddie P wants me to pass on some information regarding Peter Griffin who passed away last month.

Everyone is welcome to gather at the Charlotte Room on Thursday night to celebrate his extraordinary life. Even if you just knew the man through his work on Toronto radio, you're welcome to reminisce and raise a glass to Pete.

It all takes place Thursday night at 7:00pm at The Charlotte Room, 19 Charlotte St.

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Wanna Be Program Director at 102.1 The Edge?

radioCorus Radio Toronto has an exciting and very rare opportunity available for a Program Director (at 102.1 The Edge), reporting to the General Manager and to the Vice President, Brands and Programming for Corus Radio.  The successful candidate will have major market programming experience, be a solid talent coach, compelling content developer, innovative marketer and strategic thinker who is sales friendly. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Recruit, develop and coach talent
  • Create and execute programming and market strategies
  • Brand responsibility: On-Air, On-Line, On-site
  • Working with sales on revenue generation
  • Direction of on-air product in keeping with the overall objectives of the division
  • Develop annual business plans and execute budget planning and follow through
  • Accountability for operational matters relating to programming

REQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Knowledge of the competitive Toronto Radio Market
  • Solid leadership skills
  • Excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated marketing experience with a proven track record as a Program Director
  • Research literate
  • Solid understanding of Multi-platform options and social networking
  • Intimate knowledge of CRTC and CBSC regulations
  • Solid work ethic with an ability to implement detailed strategic operating plans
  • An ability to work with divisional personnel to implement broad strategic initiatives
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Outgoing, energetic FUN attitude
  • Demonstrated sales experience
  • Knowledge and appreciation of sales and revenue development and the need to collaborate with sales department to achieve financial targets
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and work well under pressure within a rapidly changing environment
  • A positive, friendly manner and customer service approach that will enable the successful candidate to deal with challenging situations with empathy and sincerity 
  • Proven track record in working with a team of experienced radio personnel
  • PPM, RTS, Selector knowledge essential to drive opportunities for listener growth

If you're interested in the gig, leave a comment below.

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