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Bob Abbott - News CKLG Vancouver circa 1972-73


Dave Abbott - Click to enlarge Dave Abbott - Talk show host CJOR Vancouver 1964-65; host Pacific Sports Report CBC Vancouver 1965-68; talk show host CKNW New Westminster 1965-71; talk show host CJVI Victoria 1971-73; talk show host CJOR 1973-75; freelance assignments for CBC, CKNW, Radio Eireann and BBC on Dublin Ireland stations 1980-82; overseas CBC correspondent Johnnesburg South Africa 1982-85; talk show host CJOR 1985-88; host Nightline BC CKNW 1988-92; host/executive producer daily TV show Abbott CKVU-TV Vancouver 1992-94; producer/correspondent Voice of America and CBC Radio RTHK Hong Kong; talk show host CKST Vancouver 1998-2002; host/creator Celtic Voices Fairchild Radio Vancouver 2002-03; host Travel Diary CKBD Vancouver 2002-08; Public Affairs Program KVOS-TV Bellingham 2005-06; Salvation Army Community Award 1972/87/93; Neighbourhood Community Award 1986; Best Current Affairs & Entertainment Show award 1989; TV Viewers’ Choice Award for Best Current Affairs Host 1989/93; BC Entertainment Hall of Fame inductee 2010.  Died in Vancouver December 18, 2011 at age 74.  2002 Travel Diary audio  1985 CJOR audio  Mike Cleaver interview 


Dick Abbott - Click to enlarge photo courtesy Top Dog! A History of CKNW Dick Abbott - Record library then production engineer and Production Manager CKNW New Westminster 1951-98; created CKNW's three-tone news sounder; co-founder (with Roger Monk) Dick and Roger's Sound Studio Vancouver 1990-current; retired from CKNW 1998


Ingrid Abbott - Click to enlarge Ingrid Abbott - Dave Abbott's daughter; BCIT Radio Broadcast graduate 1983; news reporter CJOR Vancouver 1983-87; news reporter CBC Radio Montreal 1988-89; writer CBC Television Vancouver 1989; writer/researcher CNW (Canada News Wire) 1990-94; executive producer talk shows CKST Vancouver 1994-97; news/talk show host CISC-FM Sechelt 1999; host Coast Cable TV Gibsons 1999-current; news reporter CKAY-FM Gibsons 2010-current; host/producer current affairs program Sunshine Coast Magazine, Coast TV Community Channel Gibsons 2010-current


Jon Abbott - Click for larger photo
Jon Abbott - Production assistant Leafs TV Toronto; voice of Toronto Maple Leafs/Toronto Marlies and reporter Ottawa Senators; play-by-play Ottawa 67s 2007-12; play-by-play AHL Toronto Marlies 2012-14; Vancouver Canucks play-by-play CKST Vancouver/Canucks Radio Network 2014-current 


Ron Able - Click for larger photo Ron Able - CKGM Montreal early 1970s; CKVN/CFUN Vancouver circa 1973; CFOM Québec City mid 1970s; CKY Winnipeg 1980s-early 90s; morning co-host CFQX-FM Selkirk (Winnipeg) and mid-mornings CKXA-FM Brandon MB 1997-2009.  Died in Winnipeg February 13, 2009 at age 57


Joanne Abshire - Click to enlarge
Joanne Abshire - BCIT Broadcast journalism graduate 2008; reporter CHNL Kamloops; reporter CKOR Penticton 2010; morning show reporter CKWX Vancouver 2011-16.  LinkedIn profile 


John Ackermann - Click to enlarge John Ackermann - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate 2005; programmer CJSF Burnaby 2000/2003; researcher The Rafe Mair Show CKBD Vancouver 2004; reporter/producer/anchor CKWX Vancouver 2004-07; reporter/producer CHEK-TV Victoria 2007-08; morning news CKCL-FM/CFUN-FM Vancouver 2008-10; anchor/reporter CKWX 2008-current; producer/writer CKVU-TV Vancouver 2008-11.  LinkedIn profile


Keri Adams - Click to enlarge Keri Adams - Photojournalist Red Deer AB 1995-97; reporter/weekend news anchor CFRN-TV Edmonton 1997-2001; reporter/weekend news anchor BCTV Vancouver 2001-2002; reporter/news anchor 2002-10 and anchor CTV News at Six Weekend Edition and CTV News at 11:30 Saturday Edition CTV British Columbia 2002-10; anchor CTV News at 11:30 CTV British Columbia 2010-14 and CTV Morning Live co-host 2014-current; recipient Jack Webster Award for Best Reporting of the Year - Television 2005.  LinkedIn profile


Neale Adams BCTV - Click for Vancouver Sun and Diocese of New Westminster photos Neale Adams - Reporter/columnist Vancouver Sun 1969-79; reporter BCTV Vancouver to 1992; Knowledge Network 1992-99; Communications Officer Anglican Diocese of New Westminster 2000-09; retired 2009.  LinkedIn profile 


Richard Adams CHOO circa 1967 - Click for more photos
Richard (Rick) Franklin Adams - Began formal broadcast training at CHCH-TV Hamilton 1965 then CFCH-TV North Bay ON; on air/Program Manager CHOO Ajax ON 1967-68; news desk/library CHQM Vancouver 1969-71; announcer CJJC Langley 1971-72; CFVR Abbotsford 1973-75.  Died in Prince George September 6, 1984 at age 40.  CHOO Radio tribute from CHOO Radio Recollections 


Bob Addison - Click to enlarge Bob Addison - Sports editor Kootenay Broadcasting System 1989-92; producer David Berner Show CKNW Vancouver 1993-97; producer/on air fill-in Sportstalk with Dan Russell CKNW Vancouver 1998-2010 and weekend morning sports fill-in 2009-10; Olympic Games researcher NBC 2010; free agent 2010; sports CKWX Vancouver 2010-13; sports anchor CKNW 2013-15.  LinkedIn profile


Brian Adler - Click to enlarge
Brian Adler - Graduate BCIT Radio Arts and Entertainment program 2000; afternoon drive host CFEX-FM Victoria 1999-2001; senior host/producer MTV Canada 2001-06; fill-In host MuchMusic, Breakfast TV, Urban Rush Vancouver 2002-06; Executive Producer/co-founder Insider Films & On Demand Production Network 2006-11; host/producer/director Adlercast Films Inc. 2006-current; fill-in host CHHR-FM Vancouver 2009-11; producer/co-founder Mom and Dad Productions Inc. 2012-current; in-arena host (live emcee) Vancouver Canucks 2013-current; Director of Production & Traffic Management SoMedia Networks Vancouver 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile


Charles Adler - Click for larger photo Charles Adler - Show producer CKGM Montreal; DJ CKXL Calgary 1974; as Al Adler CKLG Vancouver late 1970s; CJAD Montreal; CHUM/CFRB Toronto; News Director CKY Winnipeg; talk show host Hot Talk CISS-FM Calgary; nationally syndicated Hot Talk Tampa FL 1992-94; TV program Adler on Line Boston 1994-96; CFRB Toronto 1996; Adler on Global Global Winnipeg 2001; Adler on Line syndicated from CJOB Winnipeg current and to CKNW Vancouver 2005-13; columnist Winnipeg Free Press; talk show host SiriusXM 2015-current; talk show host CKNW/Corus Radio Network 2016-current.  Charles Adler website  LinkedIn profile 


Tonye Aganaba - Click to enlarge
Tonye Aganaba - Customer service representative/Corporate Sales Rocky Mountain Trading Co. Vancouver 2007; Director of First Impressions Kirk Integrated Marketing Systems Richmond, BC 2009-10; vocal instructor Blue Egg Entertainment 2010-11; producer The Living Society Vancouver 2009-13; professional recording artist/performer Vancouver 2009-current; Social Media Strategist/Promotions & Marketing Co-ordinator The Living Society Vancouver 2009-current; Online Community Manager Guilt and Company & Chill Winston Vancouver 2013-current; Operations Manager Guilt & Company 2015-current; host Guilt & Company Live CIRH-FM Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile  


James Aitken - Click to enlarge James Aitken - Broadcast Arts graduate Assiniboine Community College Brandon MB 1991; host/interviewer Manitoba Midday and Jackpot Bingo CKX-TV Brandon; editor/reporter/relief anchor CKWX Vancouver 2004; China Radio International Peking 2004; news anchor China Central Television 2005-10; event host Canada China Business Council, Beijing City, China 2006-12; passenger information manager MTR Corporation Ltd. 2010-12; actor/voice-over announcer Madison Talent Management.  LinkedIn profile


Eric Ajello CKMO - Click to enlarge Eric Ajello - Reporter then President University of BC newspaper The Ubyssey circa 1942-44; reporter/writer/announcer UBC Radio Society and VarsityTime script writer (heard on CKWX Vancouver) circa 1943-44 and President 1944-45; staff announcer CKMO Vancouver circa 1945-50; joined radio-TV department of media and market research agency Henri, Hurst and McDonald in Chicago as writer/producer 1952.  Died in Austin TX January 17, 2000 at age 76 


Scott Alan - Click to enlarge Scott Alan - Afternoon drive CFEX-FM Victoria 2002; overnights/weekends CFOX-FM Vancouver current


Zahra Alani - Click to enlarge Zahra Alani - Simon Fraser University communications trainee; Columbia Academy Broadcasting Performing Arts graduate; co-host/assistant-producer Fairchild Radio Vancouver; host Back Stage Pass Shaw Cable Vancouver 2004-05; Vancouver-based promotions/segment producer KVOS-TV Bellingham 2004-12; news researcher CTV British Columbia 2005-06; remote host CJJR-FM Vancouver 2005-06; co-host Sabor Latino Acento Latino Television, Shaw Multicultural Cable TV Vancouver; traffic reporter Global Television Vancouver 2007; traffic reporter CFUN Vancouver/Canadian Traffic Network 2007-08; reporter/editor/weathercaster CBC Radio One Vancouver 2008-13; CBC Regina 2013; weather anchor CTV British Columbia 2013-current.  Zahara Alani website  LinkedIn profile


Alberta Slim - Click for later colour photo Alberta Slim - Aka Eric Charles Edwards; country singer/song writer/circus performer; CKCK Regina 1937-40; CFQC Saskatoon 1940-45; CKRM Regina 1945-47; entertainer Rangers Cabin and host/entertainer 15 minute morning segment CKNW New Westminster 1947-52; entertainer at fairs and folk festivals; CBC-TV national special Canada Day 2002; entertained at Victoria Rootsfest August 2002; Pioneer and Lifetime Achievement Award, BC Country Music Association 2003.  Died in Surrey BC November 25, 2005 at age 95CCF biography


Carol Alexander - Click to enlarge Carol Alexander - Traffic reporter CFTR Toronto 1986-88; p.m. drive co-host CKEY Toronto 1988; p.m. drive co-host/a.m. drive co-host/entertainment reporter CKFM-FM Toronto 1987-90; entertainment reporter Voice of America 1989; a.m. drive co-host/p.m. drive host CISL Vancouver 1990-93; swing announcer/news CJJR-FM Vancouver 1993-94 & 1995; swing announcer CKKS-FM Vancouver 1994-95; morning show co-host/news CKBD Vancouver 1996; broadcaster CJJR-FM 1996-99; broadcaster CHUM Radio Vancouver
1995-2004
; self-employed voice over professional 1998-current; broadcaster Rogers Communications Inc. 2005-10; TV & film credits/voiceovers/station imaging 2004-current.  LinkedIn profile


St. John Alexander - Click for larger photo St. John Alexander - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate; intern CBC News Vancouver 1999; CKNW Vancouver 1999; CKVU-TV Vancouver 1999-2001; reporter/fill-in anchor CTV British Columbia 2001-current


Sharon Alexander - Click to enlarge Sharon Alexander - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate; traffic/entertainment reporter CJCA Edmonton; commercial voice CIRK-FM Edmonton; morning traffic CFOX-FM Vancouver late 1990s-2001 then producer Sound Off With Bruce Allen CFOX-FM; numerous film and TV credits; co-host weekly syndicated U.S. radio program HOTTRAX current; station imaging for major-market radio stations Canada, U.S. and Japan and cartoon animation/commercial TV voice work 


DJ Alibaba - Click to enlarge DJ Alibaba - (Al Lamons) DJ Grand Master Funk Productions Winnipeg 1984; club DJ The Starship Night Club Vancouver 1992; host/producer Off Tha Hook CKZZ-FM Vancouver; p.m. drive/evenings CFBT-FM Vancouver 2002-04; 'Hip-Hop Pioneer Recognition Award’ Spring Hip-Hop Jam 2003; club DJ Vancouver area current; owner Alibaba Entertainment current


Erskine Allan CKMO - Click to enlarge Erskine Allan - Staff announcer/colour commentator lacrosse broadcasts CKMO Vancouver late 1940s


Ken Allan joonyer - Click to enlarge Ken Allan joonyer - Club DJ 1985-2009 and The Roxy Vancouver 1998-2009; Rogers Radio CKKS-FM Vancouver/CFSR-FM Abbotsford/CISQ-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler 2000-09; p.m. drive CKKS-FM Vancouver 2000-03; evenings/weekends CKLG-FM Vancouver 2003-08; Voice-Over Artist joonyer Enterprises 2004-current; evenings CKZZ-FM Vancouver 2009; p.m. drive CJUI-FM Kelowna 2009-10; club DJ The Roxy 2010-current; weekends CFMI-FM Vancouver 2010-12; a.m. drive CHHR-FM Vancouver 2012-14.  LinkedIn profile 


Bob Allen - Click to enlarge Bob Allen - CKLG Vancouver circa 1969-70


Bruce Allen - Click for larger photo courtesy Red Robinson.com Bruce Allen - Concert promoter and founder Bruce Allen Talent booking agency 1966; manager Bachman Turner Overdrive, Loverboy and Bryan Adams; career guide Martina McBride, Anne Murray and Michael Bublé; coordinator African famine relief recording Tears Are Not Enough 1985; winner of numerous music awards; host Sound Off With Bruce Allen CFOX-FM Vancouver 1988-2004; inducted into BC Entertainment Hall of Fame Starwalk 2000; host Bruce Break CKLG-FM Vancouver 2003-current; host Reality Check CHMJ Vancouver 2002-04 and CKNW Vancouver current.  Bruce Allen Talent website



Mike Allen - KMPC Los Angeles; news and public affairs director KDAY Santa Monica CA 1974 and numerous California stations; news CKWX Vancouver early 1970s


Jim Alp - Click to enlarge Jim Alp - Announcer CJOR Vancouver circa 1970


Peter Alpen - Click to enlarge Peter Alpen - Copy writing BCIT 1966; all nights CFUN Vancouver 1965-67; morning DJ CHWK Chilliwack 1968-69; host Legendary Sock Hop and Malt Party 9-midnight CKWX Vancouver 1969-1974; promotion manager & sales CKWX 1974; sales manager/VP Fraser Valley Broadcasters 1974-84; national sales rep Target Media Inc. 1984-88; VP Starcom Broadcast Sales 1988-99; national account representative Digital Advertising Network 2002-06; national account rep Canadian Traffic Network 2006-current and VP/GM CTN Western Region 2008-current; recipient ABCOM Audrey Award 2012.  LinkedIn profile



Brenda Alvernaz - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate; overnight traffic, audio editing, evening news anchor CKWX Vancouver 2000-Nov. 03; assistant producer/writer CTV British Columbia Nov. 2003-current


Claudia Amaya - Click to enlarge Claudia Amaya - Newspaper journalist Columbia 1990-97; editor-in-chief TV and Video Latinoamerica magazine 1995-97; executive producer Hola TV Vancouver; host Hispanic program Hola TV Channel M Multivision Television Vancouver/TLN Telelatino Network Toronto 2002 and Shaw Multicultural Channel current; member advisory council Channel M.  Hola TV website   



Valerie Ambrose - Cast member The Beachcombers CBC-TV series 1970s; host Pacific Report CBC-TV Vancouver 1970s; p.m. drive news CFOX-FM Vancouver 1981-90; news CKZZ-FM Vancouver 1991-94; voice imaging Knowledge Network Vancouver mid 1990s;  marketing research/customer service various companies 2000-09; consultant/administrative support, Accenture/BC Hydro 2009-current.  LinkedIn profile


Bill Amos - Click to enlarge Bill Amos - Reporter/anchor CJAD & CFCF Radio Montreal 1977-81; reporter/anchor CBC Television Montreal 1982-86; reporter/editor CBC Radio Montreal 1986-88; reporter/editor CBC Television Vancouver 1988-89; part-time anchor CKWX Vancouver 1990-91; part-time reporter/editor CBC Radio Vancouver 1993-99; instructor Broadcast Journalism BCIT 1989-current.  LinkedIn profile


Alece Anderson - Click to enlarge Alece Anderson - Office manager Expedia CruiseShipCenters 2007-08 ; winner CFMI-FM Vancouver Rock Girl contest 2008; as Alece traffic/sidekick a.m. drive CFMI-FM 2008-current; host weekly 30 second clip on Shaw Cable's Urban Rush promoting what's going on with Rock 101 (CFMI) 2009-current.  LinkedIn profile


Bridgitte Anderson circa 2000 - Click for larger image courtesy Report on Business Television Bridgitte Anderson - BCIT Broadcast graduate; reporter/legislative reporter CKWX Vancouver 1988-95; legislative reporter CKVU-TV Vancouver 1995-97; news anchor/reporter CTV Vancouver 1997-2004; reporter/host Report on Business Television Toronto 2004-06; reporter/anchor CTV Newsnet Toronto 2006-07; press secretary to B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell 2008-10; director of marketing and communications Crofton House School Vancouver 2010-11; VP corporate and public affairs Edelman Vancouver 2011-currentLinkedIn profile



John Anderson - News CKO-FM-4 Vancouver early 1980s; CKO-FM-2 Toronto 1986-88


Kenya Anderson - Click to enlarge photo courtesy Columbia Academy Kenya Anderson - Evening host CHQB Powell River 1995-96; morning news/co-host CISQ/CISW Squamish/Whistler 1996-97; morning co-host CIRK-FM Edmonton 1997-99; community events reporter A-Channel Edmonton Big Breakfast Show 2000; morning news/co-host CKZZ-FM Vancouver 2000; news anchor CKWX Vancouver 2000-05; news anchor CFTR Toronto 2005; sales CFUN Vancouver 2006; news director CJUI-FM Kelowna 2008-09


Ara Andonian - Click to enlarge
Ara Andonian - BCIT Broadcast program graduate; CKRV-FM Kamloops circa 2004-09; CHSU-FM Kelowna 2009-11; middays CHUP-FM Calgary 2011; p.m. drive CHBN-FM Edmonton 2011-13 then mornings 2013-14; p.m. drive CFUN-FM/CKKS-FM Vancouver  2014-current  


Docc Andrews - Click to enlarge
Docc Andrews - Columbia Academy graduate 2004; CFNI Port Hardy 2004; CIRX-FM Prince George; weekends/evenings then p.m. drive CJJR-FM Vancouver 2010-current


Don andrews - Click to enlarge
Don Andrews - Columbia Academy graduate; self-employed voiceover artist 1999-current; operator CFMI-FM Vancouver; weekends CKLG-FM Vancouver 2004-05; Vancouver Canadians PA announcer 2005-current; Vancouver Giants PA announcer 2006-current; ring announcer Battlefield Fight League 2010-current; BC Lions Football Club stadium PA announcer 2012-currentLinkedIn profile  Don Andrews' website


John Ansell 1950s - Click for recent enlargement courtesy Canadian Communications Foundation John Ansell - CKOV Kelowna 1940-42; CJVI Victoria 1945; CKWX Vancouver 1946 announcer, later PD and OM; GM CFAC Calgary 1968; President and GM CJVI Victoria 1971 until 1987 retirement; Chairman of CJVI's Advisory Board until 1995.  Chairman of CAB Board of Directors 1981-82; 1983 Broadcaster of the Year, BC Association of Broadcasters and Broadcast Education Assocation of Canada; CAB Gold Ribbon Award for distinguished service to broadcasting; lifetime membership in the Broadcast Education Association 1987; BC Institute of Technology Distinguished Service Award 1995; member of CAB Half-Century Club; CAB Broadcast Hall of Fame 1990.  CCF Biography


John Ansell - Click to enlarge John Ansell Jr. - Operator/overnight fill-in CKWX Vancouver late 1960s; camera operator/floor director/ audio technician CHAN-TV Vancouver early 1970s; TV instructor BCIT Broadcast Program 1976-85; head of Radio Program and expanded operations of BCIT campus station CFML to 24/7 1985-99.  Died March 2001


Fin Anthony - Click to enlarge
Fin Anthony - Son of Nina Anthony; teacher 1940s-51; news/sports/host Fin's Inn CKMO Vancouver 1951-52; sales/announcing CKNW New Westminster 1952-54; advertising director Vancouver News Herald 1954-55; sales/announcing CKNW 1955-56; sales manager/announcer CFUN Vancouver 1956-58; sales/announcing CKLG Vancouver 1958-61; sales manager/on air/commercial work CHAN-TV Vancouver 1961-62; Young, Ross, Anthony Advertising 1962; "Voice of Woodwards" 1963-87 with more than 10,000 radio spots and more than 3000 TV commercials; radio spots/writing/promotion 1987


John Anthony 1955 - Click to enlarge John Anthony - CBC at age 16; free-lance acting with CBC Radio; U.S. networks; CKEY Toronto; operator and afternoon announcer at launch of CKLG North Vancouver 1955


Nina Anthony 1956 - Click for later enlargement Nina Anthony - Program Director CKMO Vancouver late 1940s; women's editor then host Our Neighbour Nina; continuity chief CKWX Vancouver 1940s-50s; as Dorothy Douglas sponsored by Delta Rice weekday mornings CKWX and seven other BC stations early 1950s; Director of TUTS (Theatre Under the Stars) Vancouver; columnist Westender newspaper Vancouver.  Died in Coquitlam March 24, 1990 at age 84


Brian Antonson - Click to enlarge Brian Antonson - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate; production and on-air CKNW New Westminster 1967-77 (Production Director 1974-77); Production Director CJOB Winnipeg 1970; Radio Instructor British Columbia Institute of Technology, Burnaby 1977-82; Radio Program Head BCIT 1982-85; Associate Dean, Broadcast BCIT 1985-90; General Manager CFVR Abbotsford 1990-92; Associate Dean, Broadcast and Media Communications BCIT 1992-2010; retired 2010; president 2014 BC Winter Games 2012-15.  LinkedIn profile



Dave Appel - Talk show host CHQR Calgary -2004; overnight news anchor CKWX Vancouver 2004-05


Bruce Archer - Click to enlarge Bruce Archer - Journalism Ryerson Polytechnical Institute Toronto 1980; CBC National Radio Newsroom Toronto 1980-81; Northern BC Report CBC Radio Prince Rupert 1982-85; CBC Radio Vancouver 1984-85; Radio Syndication producer/reporter CBC National Toronto 1985-87; Noon Show host/agriculture commentator CBC Calgary 1988; associate producer/reporter Daybreak CBC Vancouver 1988-89; senior speechwriter BC Ministry of Health 1990-95; Issues Management specialist BC Government 1995-2000; self employed freelancer/instructor/marketing specialist Nanaimo 2000-current


Del Archer - Click to enlarge Del Archer - All night DJ then news writer/reader: CKDM Dauphin MB, CKOS-TV Yorkton SK, CKRM Regina, CJOB Winnipeg, CHED Edmonton, CJGX Yorkton, CKPR Radio/TV Thunder Bay ON 1959-67; accreditation/site guide/daily news reports radio/TV/film section Expo '67 Montréal; evening news writer/reader CKLW Windsor 1967; News Director/morning news reader CFRW Winnipeg, morning news writer/reader (with George Sillery) CFUN/CKVN Vancouver 1968-70; news writer/reader/weekend & fill-in anchor CFCF Radio/TV Montréal 1970-77; correspondent CTV Winnipeg/Atlantic/Vancouver 1977-86; Unit Manager/Associate Producer/Producer CTV Toronto/CTV Radio News Toronto 1986-98; VP News & Public Affairs CFCN-TV Calgary 1998-2000; retired/broadcast consulting 2000-04; recipient RTNDA Canada Lifetime Achievement Award 2003; General Manager VoicePrint Atlantic 2004-05; retired/occasional broadcast consulting 2005 to current


Steve Armitage circa 1979 - Click for later photo Steve Armitage - Sports reporter/play-by-play announcer CBC 1965-79 and CBC Vancouver 1979-2014; recipient Foster Hewitt Award for Excellence in Sports Broadcasting 1982; winner 2005 Gemini Award for Best Sports Play-by-Play or Analyst for coverage of aquatics at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens; Gemini Award for Best Sports Play-by-Play Announcer Beijing Olympics 2008.  LinkedIn profile


David Armstrong - Click to enlarge.  Photos courtesy Top Dog! A History of CKNW David Armstrong - Radio pioneer; CFCT Victoria circa 1940; sales CKMO Vancouver 1941; production/sales Prairie stations early 1940s; CKNW New Westminster 1944-1949; founder CKDA Victoria 1950; founder sister station CKDA-FM Victoria 1954; co-founder CHEK-TV Victoria 1956.  Died in Victoria April 22, 1985 at age 65


Jordan Armstrong - Click to enlarge
Jordan Armstrong - Reporter/anchor/assignment editor CKNW Vancouver 2009-14; part time writer then news reporter/anchor Global BC 2012-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Brian Arnold CKPG 1970 - Click for 1980 CFMI and recent photos Brian Arnold - CKPG/CKPG-TV Prince George 1970-71; Adelaide Australia radio 1971; middays/Production Manager/Music Director CHQB Powell River 1971-75; CFMI-FM New Westminster 1975-94; film/TV actor/performer/emcee/narrator 1980-2002; founder/COO Astral Digital Video Productions 1996-2002; owner Grapevine Bed & Breakfast Kelowna 2002-current; owner Kelowna Photografix current



Neil Arnold - news CFUN Vancouver circa 1976; CJOR Vancouver; news CKWX Vancouver early 1980s; news CKO-FM-4 Vancouver late 1980s-89


Nira Arora - Click for larger photo Nira Arora - SFU Mass Media Communications graduate; reporter/host Shaw Cable Vancouver; multicultural event organizer SFU Cultural Students Society; news producer CTV British Columbia; evenings and host Urban Affairs then morning co-host CFBT-FM Vancouver current


Ian Arrol CKWX Vancouver 1944 - Click to enlarge Ian Arrol - News CKWX Vancouver early 1940s; CFCN Calgary 1940s-50s; staff announcer CBC Vancouver 1950s; Ontario Progressive Conservative Member of Parliament for York East 1972-74.  Died June 2000 in Victoria at age 76.


Adrienne  Arsenault - Click to enlarge Adrienne  Arsenault - B.A. in politics/journalism master University of Western Ontario; editorial assistant/night assignment editor CBC Toronto 1991-93; researcher/reporter The National and reporter/replacement news anchor Broadcast One CBC Vancouver 1993-98; reporter The National CBC Toronto 1998-2003; CBC Middle East correspondent based in Jerusalem 2003-06; CBC senior European correspondent based in London 2006-current; award recipient New York Film and Video Festival, Columbus Film Festival and Ron Laidlaw Award; Commonwealth Broadcasting Association's journalist of the year 2005


Paul Arthur 1965 - Click for larger photo Paul Arthur - KOYN Paris TX; CKLG Vancouver circa 1965


Bruce Arundel 1946 Bruce Arundel - Wireless operator Vancouver circa 1916; wireless telegraphy teacher Sprott-Shaw School of Commerce Vancouver 1918-50; involved in startup of CJCE Vancouver with R.J. Sprott and Vancouver Sun 1922.  Died in Vancouver February 13, 1951 at age 50


John Ashbridge 1960s - Click for later CKNW photo John Ashbridge - Operator at age 13 CJVI Victoria 1960-61; on air CFAX Victoria 1962-64; CJOR Vancouver 1964; general announcer CKNW New Westminster 1965-67; CFUN Vancouver 1967; CKNW 1967-70; News Director CJCI Prince George 1970-73; CKNW 1973-80; television news Australia 1980-81; news then senior newsman and Manager Network Operations CKNW 1981-2005; retired from radio; public address announcer Vancouver Canucks 1987-current; PA announcer Vancouver Giants 2004-current.  RTNDA Lifetime Achievement Award 2005.  Mike Cleaver interview  



Cory Ashworth - Click to enlarge
Cory Ashworth - DJ/producer China Radio International Beijing 1999-2003; voiceover freelance 1999-current; VJ MTV Viacom Asia Inc. Beijing 2002-04; editor in chief Metrozine Beijing 2003; DJ Virgin Radio Beijing 2003-04; COO Clipper Street Scrapbook Company Vancouver 2005-09; producer E! Entertainment Television Vancouver 2009; producer/APD CHHR-FM Vancouver 2009; marketing manager Associated Labels Coquitlam 2009-12; morning show co-host CKPK-FM Vancouver 2009-14;writer The Huffington Post Vancouver 2012-current; co-founder A Good Book Drive Vancouver 2012-current; co-host Rain City Chronicles Vancouver 2012-14; morning show personality CJJR-FM Vancouver 2012-14; Georgia Straight 'Best Late Night Radio Host' 2011 and 'Best Morning Radio Host' 2012; announcer CKPK-FM 2015-current; co-host CAMP CIRH-FM Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile  


Sonia Aslam - Click to enlarge
Sonia Aslam - News reporter CKWX Vancouver 2009-current


Brandon Astle - Click to enlarge
Brandon Astle - Broadcast Performing Arts graduate Columbia Academy 2008; play-by-play sports broadcaster/emcee 2008-11; broadcaster/media relations Langley Rivermen/Chiefs 2008-13; colour commentator World Junior "A" Hockey Canada Challenge Tournament 2011; creator/host/writer online radio show BCHL Report MIICAN Studios 2011-12; broadcaster/Media Relations Coordinator Abbotsford Heat Hockey and play-by-play CIVL-FM Abbotsford 2013-14; Vancouver Stealth lacrosse broadcast reporter CFTE Vancouver 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Dean Atwal - Click to enlarge Dean Atwal - BA Film and Television University of Warwick Coventry England; Account Executive Omni Televsion Vancouver 2005-07; host The New Driver's Seat Best Entertainment 2007-current; morning show host CJRJ Vancouver 2008-09; media specialist/advertising and paid programming S-VOX 2009-10; television broadcaster Mosaic Programming Zoomer Media Television Division 2010-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Terry Avalos - Click to enlarge Terry Avalos - Columbia Academy graduate; CISQ-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler; CKLP-FM Parry Sound ON; traffic reporter CKWX Vancouver 2006-08; traffic reporter CHMJ Vancouver 2008.  Died in Vancouver April 21, 2014 at age 52 


John Avison - Click to enlarge John Avison - Pioneer broadcaster/musician; piano soloist and accompanist CKMO, CJOR, CKWX and CNRV Vancouver 1920s-30s; founding director/principal conductor CBC Vancouver Chamber Orchestra/CBC Vancouver Orchestra/CBC Radio Orchestra 1938-80; appeared with London Philharmonic Orchestra 1959 and numerous other Canadian orchestras; co-host with Maurice Foisy Starlight Concert CHQM/CHQM-FM Vancouver 1960s-1970s; regular conductor CBC Talent Festival 1966; awarded Order of Canada 1978; member B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame Starwalk at the Orpheum music category.  Died in Vancouver November 30, 1983 at age 69.  Canadian Encyclopedia biography  


Linda Aylesworth - Clickto enlarge Linda Aylesworth - BCIT Broadcast program graduate; CBC Vancouver; production assistant then associate producer noon news 1981-89, general assignment then environmental reporter 1989-95 and health reporter BCTV Vancouver 1995-current; recipient Jack Webster Science and Technology Award 2003


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