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Tamara Taggart - Click to enlarge Tamara Taggart - BCIT Broadcast graduate 1991; radio broadcaster and local concert promoter mid 1990s; promotions director CISL/CKZZ-FM Vancouver; CTV British Columbia 1997-current including co-host Vancouver Breakfast, entertainment host VTV News at 6, host (In Touch) Making a Difference with Tamara Taggart and weathercaster CTV News at Five, Six and 11:30; national weather forecaster CTV News Channel and national weather forecaster for CTV 2010 Olympics; columnist 24 Hours Newspaper to 2009; co-owner EiO: A Kids Store Vancouver circa 2010; anchor CTV News at Six 2011-current; appointed to Order of British Columbia 2015.  LinkedIn profile 


David Tait - Click to enlarge David Tait - Newscaster/reporter: as Michael Taylor CKVN/CFUN Vancouver 1973-75; as David Tait CFCN/CFCN-TV Calgary 1975-79; CKWX Vancouver 1983-1991; Metro Radio Hong Kong 1992-98; CKWX 2000; CJNW/CKNW Vancouver 2001-02; CHQR Calgary 2003-06; morning business anchor CFFR Calgary 2006-09; has freelanced for CBS Radio New York, ABC Australia and CNNI Atlanta



Ingrid Tammen - News CKXL Calgary 1985-86; last morning show co-host CKO-FM-4 Vancouver 1989; CKLG Vancouver 1991-94; CJJR-FM Vancouver 1996


Teresa Tang - Click to enlarge Teresa Tang - Intern then reporter CBC Television Vancouver 2008-current


Allison Tanner
Allison Tanner - BCIT Broadcast and Online Journalism graduate 2015; communications intern Vancouver Board of Trade 2009-11; Web content publisher Government of Canada 2011-12; assignment desk CTV Vancouver 2012-current; news reporter CKNW Vancouver 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile


John Tanner 1970s - Click for recent photo John Tanner - CKOV Kelowna circa 1961; CFUN Vancouver 1964-67; music columnist Vancouver Sun mid 1960s; CKLG Vancouver Boss Jock 1967-70; announcer H.R. MacMillan Planetarium Vancouver 1968-current; CKVN Vancouver 1970-73; CKLG-FM Vancouver 1973-75; CKST Langley/Vancouver; weekends CHRX Vancouver late 1980s; CITR-FM Vancouver 1995-current and host Son of Nite Dreems CITR-FM 1999-2010.  LinkedIn profile  Mike Cleaver interview 


David Tarrant photo courtesy University of B.C. - Click to enlarge David Tarrant - Horticultural expert/public speaker/book writer/Vancouver Sun columnist for 11 years; Greenhouse Co-ordinator UBC Botanical Gardens 1969-1974 and Education Co-ordinator 1974-2001; co-host Western Gardener with CBC personality Bob Switzer CBC-TV British Columbia 1982-86 and Canadian Gardener CBC-TV National 1986-93 and host 1993-2007.  UBC biography


Ron Tarves - Click to enlarge photo courtesy University of B.C. Ron Tarves - District Agriculturist BC Department of Agricultural Quesnel 1949-56; farm and fisheries commentator CBC radio Vancouver 1957-74; Institute of Environmental Studies and Continuing Education Douglas College Vancouver 1974-80; Continuing Education and Contract Services Kwantlen College 1980-90; retired 1990; served 44 years on board of directors/charter member BC Farm Machinery and Agricultural Museum Fort Langley.  Died in White Rock July 19, 2005 at age 80


Bob Taylor 2001 - Click to enlarge Bob Taylor (Taylor Ogston) - UBC Radio Vancouver 1965-68; summertime technical operator CBUT Vancouver 1966-68; first all-night DJ CKPG Prince George 1968-69; weekends CKLG Vancouver 1969-70; presentation co-ordinator/associate producer/director Hourglass CBUT 1970-74; producer/news & current affairs CITV Edmonton 1974-75; associate producer/director late news CBUT 1975-78; various photo businesses Vancouver 1978-86; sales, motion picture, video & data media, retired as VP Fuji Photo Film Canada Vancouver & Toronto 1986-2003; currently living in Kelowna


Carole Taylor - Click to enlarge Carole Taylor - Co-host teenage show After Four CFTO-TV Toronto and later full CTV Network 1964; Carole Taylor Show CFTO-TV; one of first two hosts Canada AM CTV Network 1972-73; first woman host W5 CTV Network 1973-76; married Vancouver mayor Art Phillips and moved to city in 1976; host several series including Pacific Report, Authors, Scene from Here, and Vancouver Life CBC-TV Vancouver 1976-86; member Vancouver City Council 1986-90; chair Vancouver Port Authority and later Canada Ports Corporation and Vancouver Board of Trade 1990s; named Officer of the Order of Canada 2001; Chair CBC Board of Directors 2001-05; MLA and BC Minister of Finance 2005-08; Chair of Federal Finance Minister’s Economic Advisory Council 2008-10; Senior Advisor Borden Ladner Gervais law firm Vancouver 2009-10; Corporate Director BCE Inc. 2010-current; Chancellor Simon Fraser University 2011-14; special adviser to BC Premier Cristy Clarke 2016-current.  CCF biography


Devon Taylor
Devon Taylor - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate 2010; District Manager CUTCO Cutlery Vancouver 2004-08; CITR-FM Vancouver 2009-10; talk show producer/reporter/remotes/promotions assistant CKNW Vancouver 2010-15; Producer CIRH-FM Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Don Taylor - Click to enlarge photo courtesy Sportsnet
Don Taylor - News/DJ/weatherman CJDC Radio/TV Dawson Creek BC 1979; CKGY Red Deer AB; host Sports Page CKVU-TV Vancouver 1985-2000; host Stump the Sports Guy CFOX-FM Vancouver 1990's-2003; Vancouver Canucks broadcasts and host Sports Grill CKNW Vancouver 2000-01; Vancouver host Sportsnet Pacific 2001-14; afternoon co-host CKST Vancouver 2003-current  


Doug Taylor CKWX - Click to enlarge Doug Taylor - CKDA Victoria circa early 1960s; news CKWX Vancouver late 1960s; Selkirk News Bureau Ottawa early 1970s; believed to have moved to UK



Jack Taylor - CKST Langley circa 1990; midday host CISL Vancouver to November 2002


Jim Taylor - Click to enlarge Jim Taylor - Sports reporter Daily Colonist Victoria 1954-64; sports writer Vancouver Times 1964-65; Daily Colonist 1965-66; sports reporter/columnist Vancouver Sun 1966-79; sports columnist Vancouver Province 1979-96; daily sports commentator CKWX Vancouver 1980; sports commentator CBC-TV Vancouver circa 1980; author of nine books including two on the CFL Dirty 30 with Jim Young 1974 and The Edmonton Eskimos: Inside the Dynasty with Dan Kepley 1983; member of media section Canadian Football Hall of Fame; lifetime achievement award from Sports Media Canada 2000; contributor Frosty Forst morning show CKNW Vancouver early 2000s; BC Sports Hall of Fame inductee 2005


Marisa Taylor - Click for larger photo Marisa Taylor - BCIT Broadcast Journalism program graduate 2001; practicum 20/20 ABC New York; writer then reporter BCTV Vancouver 2001-current


Randy Taylor - Click to enlarge Randy Taylor - Operator CFAX Victoria 1970-72; on-air/news CKAY Duncan 1972; on air/news CFCP/CFWB Courtenay/Campbell River 1972-73; news director CHQB Powell River 1974-75; news as Randy Jackson CFUN Vancouver 1975-77; news CKLG Vancouver 1978; news/PD/on-air CJOR Vancouver 1978-79; news CFUN 1979-82; assignment editor/assistant news director CKWX Vancouver 1984-86; radio program/media consulting British Columbia Institute of Technology


Franco Acosta Teleg - Click to enlarge Franco Acosta Teleg - Instructor University of the Philippines 1990-93; instructor University of Asia and the Pacific 1990-93; Assistant Professor De La Salle University - College of Saint Benilde 1995-98; Assistant Professor Maryknoll - Miriam College 1995-98; Assistant Professor University of the Philippines 1998-2000; Production Manager Manila International Marketing Group Ltd. Surrey 2003-current; Reyfort Media Group/Tagalog news anchor Channel M/OMNI Vancouver 2010-12; Registrar Burnaby French Language Playschool 2011-12; Records Clerk City of Burnaby 2008-14; Clerk 3 Citizen Support Services City of Burnaby 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Doriana Temolo - Click for larger photo Doriana Temolo - CKNW New Westminster 1978-82; CKVU-TV Vancouver 1983-87; reporter/news anchor/producer BCTV Vancouver 1987-2000; producer Global National Vancouver 2001-11 and news director 2011-current; recipient Leo Award for Best News Package 2002 & 2003


Anna Terrana - Click to enlarge Anna Terrana - Host Italian program CJVB Vancouver 1970s; Liberal MP Vancouver East riding 1993-97; appointed to Immigration and Refugee Board Vancouver office 1998



Gabrielle Terrence - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate; middays/evenings CFMI-FM Vancouver early to mid 1990s


Nutan Thakur - Click to Enlarge
Nutan Thakur - Announcer All India Radio, India 1980-90; host Radio Rim Jhim Vancouver 1997-current; host Afternoons with Nutan CJRJ Vancouver 2006-current; speaking roles in CBC-TV movie Murder Unveiled 2005 and movie Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer 2007


Terri Theodore - Click to enlarge
Terri Theodore - Technical degree Broadcast Journalism Columbia School of Broadcasting 1985; traffic reporter CKO-FM-4 Vancouver circa 1984; news anchor/reporter CFUN/CHQM-FM Vancouver 1993-97; reporter/news anchor CKWX Vancouver 1997-98; reporter/editor The Canadian Press Vancouver 1998-2012; B.C. and Yukon news editor The Canadian Press Vancouver 2012-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Alan Thicke - Click to enlarge
Alan Thicke - Actor numerous movies, TV series and TV movies 1969-2016; First Impressions game show host CFCF-TV Montreal late 1970s; guest host daytime talk show Alan Hamel Show CTV late 1970s; host Alan Thicke Show BCTV Vancouver and CTV Network 1980-83; best known for role as Jason Seaver, father on ABC television series Growing Pains 1985–92; inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame 2013; Canadian Icon Award Whistler Film Festival 2016.  Died December 13, 2016 in Burbank CA at age 69.  Wikipedia Biography   


Connie Thiessen - Click to enlarge Connie Thiessen - Morning news anchor CKMW Morden MB 1996-99; network afternoon news anchor Radio Southern Manitoba (CFAM Altona/CJRB Boissevain/CKMW Morden) 1999; morning weekend anchor/announcer CJEL-FM/CKMW 2000-01 Winkler/Morden MB; freelance reporter Pembina Printing newspapers Winkler 2000-01; full-time reporter/weekend anchor/back up host Agri-Business Hour Newcap Alberta Radio Group/CFCW Edmonton 2002-04; news anchor/reporter/host CKNW Vancouver 2004-07; midday editor CKWX 2007-10; part time CBC Halifax 2010-11; news anchor CFRQ-FM Halifax 2011-12; special features freelance writer The Chronicle Herald Halifax 2012-13; morning news editor CJNI-FM Halifax 2012-13; freelance writer The Chronicle Herald, QEII Times, MediaQ, etc. Halifax 2012-current; news anchor CFRQ-FM/CKUL-FM Halifax 2013-15; Operations Assistant (contract) Atlantic Film Festival Halifax 2014; Communications Coordinator (contract) Multicultural Association of Nova Scotia Halifax 2015; news anchor MBS Radio Halifax 2015-16; Marketing Communications Coordinator (contract) Atlantic Film Festival 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Tarannum Thind - Click to enlarge Tarannum Thind - BCIT Broadcast program trainee; host Jawani Channel M Vancouver then Vision TV; Entertainment Reporter including former host Fusion Fare and Chai Time Channel M/OMNI Vancouver 2006-15; producer/host Click Lounge CJRJ Vancouver 2009-10.  LinkedIn profile 


Jim Thom Jim Thom - Commercial producer and host with wife Agnes Thom Jim and Agnes Show CKLG Vancouver early 1960s; Program Director CJOR Vancouver; all-nights CKWX Vancouver late 60s; New York radio


Shelby Thom - Click to enlarge
Shelby Thom - BCIT Broadcast journalism graduate 2012; intern CKNW & CKWX Vancouver; news reporter/producer CHNL Kamloops 2012-14; volunteer reporter SHAW TV Kamloops; reporter CKWX 2014; reporter/anchor CKNW 2014-16; Global Okanagan South Okanagan correspondent Penticton 2017-current; Red 93.1 FM Canadian Talent Development Award for excellence in on-air talent, academic achievement and citizenship 2012


Gary Thomas - Click for larger photo Gary Thomas (Gary Tymoschuk) - On air as Gary Thomas: CFKC Creston BC 1978-79; CFVR Abbotsford 1979-80; CKWX Vancouver 1980-84; Collections Manager Sears Canada 1980-94; out of broadcasting 1984-89; CKST Langley 1989-91; regional VP Credit Bureau of Vancouver 1995-99; School Trustee Surrey School Board 1996-99; City Councillor, City of Surrey 1999-05; weekends/vacation fill-in CKBD Vancouver 2001-08 and CJJR-FM Vancouver 2001-13; VP Operations, Credit Counselling Society, Surrey 2004-current; Treasurer Surrey Crime Prevention Society 2009-11; President and Board Chair Surrey Crime Prevention Society 2011-current.  LinkedIn profile 



Hayden Thomas - CKO-FM-4 Vancouver late 1970s; CJVI Victoria


Larry Thomas - Click to enlarge Larry Thomas - Sprott-Shaw Radio Writing/Engineering Vancouver 1951; CKMO Vancouver 1951; staff announcer/Sports Director CHUB Nanaimo 1951-54; news/sports CJVI Victoria 1954-55; Assistant News Director CHUB 1955-64; staff news reporter/photographer Vancouver Sun Nanaimo bureau 1964-66; News Director CHUB 1966-80; BC News Directors Award 1978; Nanaimo RCMP Detachment Communications 1980-82; Assistant ND CHUB 1982-86; RCMP telecom office 1986-88; Open Mike host then court reporter CHUB 1988-1990s; Nanaimo City Councillor 1993-96.  Died in Nanaimo September 4, 2005 at age 75 


Nate Thomas - Click to enlarge Nate Thomas - Entertainment news reporter MTV Canada; producer/co-host with Angele Yanor, part time news/sports CHMJ Vancouver current


Frank Thompson 2006 - Click to enlarge Frank Thompson - Announced station break, “This is CFGP, Grande Prairie, the Voice of the Mighty Peace.” 1945; Lorne Greene School of Broadcasting Toronto 1949; CJVI Victoria 1950-53; KFMB San Diego CA 1953; California border station XEAK The Mighty 690 Tijuana late 1950s; remote broadcasts KOGO San Diego 1960-67; KDAY Santa Monica CA & weekends KABC Los Angeles (introduced 12 year old Tom Irwin who later became Shotgun Tom Kelly at KRTH-FM Los Angeles) 1967-68; KJR Millionaire then News Director/voiceovers KJR Seattle 1969-74; news/voiceovers CKLG Vancouver 1974-circa 1984; freelance to retirement in Surrey BC 1998.  Died August 11, 2012 in Surrey BC at age 85


Laura-Lynn Tyler - Click to enlarge Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson  - Reporter newsmagazine Plugged In Rogers/Shaw Cable Vancouver 1996-2000; host The Big Picture, Retro, and Coffee Shop Girl NOW-TV Vancouver 2000; interviewer The Standard OMNI.10 Vancouver 2005-07; co-host The Daily CHNU-TV Vancouver 2008-09; motivational speaker current.  Laura-Lynn's website


Reo Thompson photo courtesy Canadian Communications Foundation - Click to enlarge Reo Thompson - CJCJ Calgary 1936; chief announcer/PD CJCA Edmonton 1937-43; program supervisor CKWX Vancouver late 1940s; Program Manager CFCF Montreal 1951-53; Manager Television Division All-Canada Radio and Television Limited 1953, GM All-Canada 1959 & Vice President 1964; died 1965; posthumously inducted to CAB Broadcast Hall of Fame 1986.  CCF Biography


Jennifer Thomson - Click for recent photo Jennifer Thomson - Promotions/traffic CFOX-FM/CKLG Vancouver 1991-94; promotions CFMI-FM Vancouver 1994; traffic reporter/co-host CISL Vancouver 1994-2000 and traffic reporter/co-host CKZZ-FM Vancouver 1994-2000; morning traffic/co-host CKNW Vancouver 2001-06; p.m. drive talk show co-host CFUN Vancouver 2006-08 and morning co-host 2008-09; voice work various Hospital Home Lotteries and voice of Generation Furniture 2007-current; morning show news/traffic CHHR-FM Vancouver 2010-12; co-host Healthworx Radio CKNW and traffic reporter CHMJ/CKNW 2012-current 


Karen Thomson - Click to enlarge Karen Thomson - Graduate Columbia Academy 2005; traffic reporter CHQM-FM Vancouver 2005-06; CKWX Vancouver 2006-09; sportscaster CKST/CFTE Vancouver 2010-14; sports anchor/reporter CTV Vancouver 2014-current.  Twitter page 



Tom Thomson - Marine/fishing reporter aboard the Big M CKWX Vancouver 1970s; CKNW New Westminster 1980s


Craig Thullner - Click to enlarge Craig Thullner - CITI-FM Winnipeg 1979-85; CJAY-FM Calgary 1985-86. CFOX-FM Vancouver 1988-96 except (one year hiatus) English language FM 96 Cherbourg France and Radio 10 Amsterdam 1990; media training specialist Reputations Public Relations Vancouver current; swing CFMI-FM Vancouver 2008-current; published journalist having written for Canadian Musician, Professional Sound and many daily newspapers across Canada including Vancouver Sun and several local Lower Mainland publications



Dave Tierney - Program Director CFCP Courtenay/CFWB Campbell River 1965-66; evenings CJOR Vancouver 1966


Philip Till - Click to enlarge Philip Till - Foreign editor and chief foreign correspondent NBC radio/TV networks 1970s-1989; talk show host CKNW Vancouver 1989-current including host World Today to 2005 and a.m. drive host CKNW Morning News with Philip Till 2005-14; retired from CKNW 2014


Elmer Tippe 1996 - Clickto enlarge Elmer Tippe - Country music musician/banjo and fiddle player The Pine Mountain Boys 1957 and Elmer Tippe & Supercountry; color commentator Garibaldi Hockey League CJJC Langley 1969-75; all-nights then mid mornings CKWX Vancouver 1975-1991; inducted into Western Swing Hall of Fame Sacramento 1993; Canadian Country Music Broadcast Hall of Fame inductee 2002


Shiral Tobin - Click to enlarge Shiral Tobin - BCIT broadcast graduate; news reporter Williams Lake BC; producer The Rafe Mair Show CKNW Vancouver; talk show host CKNW 2001; news reporter/associate producer CBC Vancouver 2002; producer and fill-in host for The Rafe Mair Show CKBD Vancouver Sept. 2003-Oct. 2005; CBC Vancouver 2006


Dale Toews - Click for recent enlargement Dale Toews - CKQR Castlegar 1981-82; CJCY Medicine Hat 1983-85; CHRK-FM Kamloops 1985-86; p.m./a.m. drive CKIK Calgary 1986-93; CISL Vancouver 1994-95; CFMI Vancouver 1995-98; part time CJJR-FM Vancouver 1998-2008; voice-overs from home studio


Paras Tomar - Click to enlarge
Paras Tomar - Bachelor's degree in mass media Mumbai University India; entertainment news anchor CNN IBC (TV) 2006-09; anchor Zoom and Zee Musik (TV) 2009-10; host Headlines Today (TV) 2010; host Zee Cinema (TV) 2011; game show host Life OK (TV) 2012; morning co-host CJRJ Vancouver 2011-current


Vanesa Tomasino - Click to enlarge Vanesa Tomasino - Latina actress and radio personality; host Latin Tracks CHKG-FM Vancouver 2002; as Vanesa host weekend morning shows CFBT-FM Vancouver 2002-2004; as Maritza animated series Sabrina's Secret Life 2003-current FOX and WB Networks as part of DIC Kids Network; host Latin Beats for show Hola que tal produced by Hola TV 2005-current; host World Beats Channel M 2005-current.  Vanesa's website


Mabel Tomer - Click to enlarge
Mabel Tomer - Born August 29, 1883 St. Paul, MN; arrived in B.C. circa 1911; Director of Women's Programs CNRV Vancouver 1926; host twice weekly program Over the Back Yard Fence CNRV mid 1920s; Manager/host children's program CFCQ Vancouver 1928; Agricultural Convenor Vancouver Council of Women and Farmers Institute Advisory Committee early 1940s; Council candidate Ward 1 Surrey 1955; .  Died at Royal Columbian Hospital New Westminster July 23, 1961 at age 77


Dave Tomlinson - Click to enlarge Dave Tomlinson - NHL player Toronto Maple Leafs 1991-93; Winnipeg Jets 1993-94; Florida Panthers 1994-95; European hockey 1996-2006; regular sports contributor CKST Vancouver then Vancouver Canucks broadcast colour analyst CKST 2010-current


Kathy Tomlinson - Click for larger photo Kathy Tomlinson - Reporter CFRN-TV Edmonton 1989; Alberta Legislative Reporter ITV Edmonton early 1990s; reporter CBC Alberta and British Columbia early 1990s-early 2000s; national reporter CTV Vancouver 2002; Washington reporter CTV 2002; reporter Whistleblower CTV National News Toronto current


Iris Tong - Click for larger photo Iris Tong - News reporter/anchor Fairchild Television Vancouver; current affairs documentary reporter; news reporter/anchor/program host Channel M/OMNI Vancouver 2003-07; regional consultant HRnet One 2007-10; consultant Korn/Ferry Futurestep 2010-12; Principal DHR International Hong Kong 2012-current.  LinkedIn profile


Ray Torgrud - Click to enlarge with early CKY-TV photo Ray Torgrud - (Raymond David Torgrud) CKRD Red Deer AB mid 1950s; CHCT-TV Calgary 1956-57; operations manager CHCA-TV Red Deer 1957-60; news/voiced intro "A C-FUN Flashback" CFUN Vancouver 1960; staff announcer/news anchor/talk show host including host Today's World CJAY-TV/CKY-TV Winnipeg 1960-92; retired 1992.   Died in Winnipeg November 6, 2010 at age 80


Ling Toy - Click to enlarge Ling Toy - Laid claim to being the only Chinese girl disc jockey in Canada CJOR Vancouver circa 1950


Lauren Toyota - Click to enlarge Lauren Toyota - Music industry management diploma Durham College Oshawa ON 2003; interviewing for radio and television credit BCIT 2006; co-host/producer 969 CTVglobemedia digital network Razer Vancouver 2005-07; host/emcee New Music West Vancouver 2006; host Ethnosonic CityTV Vancouver 2006-07; jury member Polaris Music Prize 2007-08; host/producer CTV Western Canada segments 2007-08; Western Canada host/producer MuchMusic 2007-08; host GlassBOX Television Inc. (BITE TV) 2009; freelance host Heavy.com 2009; festival host/producer Research In Motion 2010; freelance web content host Microsoft Canada 2010; host/producer MuchMusic Toronto 2010-14; founder hot for food blog Toronto 2014-current.  Lauren Toyota website  LinkedIn profile 


Bren Traff 1970 - Click to enlarge Bren Traff - PM drive CFCP Courtenay 1965-66; CJME Regina 1966; weekends CKVN Vancouver 1970 then mornings CKVN late 1970-71; weekends then news CKFH Toronto 1974-79; news CFUN Vancouver circa 1980


Jack Tregellas CKMO Jack Tregellas - Air personality/read poetry on air CKMO Vancouver 1946-48


Jay Triano - Click for alternate photo Jay Triano - Simon Fraser University basketball coach 1988-95; assistant coach Canadian men’s national team 1992-93; head coach Canadian men’s junior national team 1993-94; NBA Vancouver Grizzlies colour analyst CKNW/CKLG/CFMI 1995-2000 & CISL 2000-01; PM drive co-host with Paul Carson CKST Vancouver May-July 2001; assistant coach Toronto Raptors 2002-current; colour commentator Olympic basketball CBC/TSN August 2004


Colleen Troy - Click for larger photo Colleen Troy - CJAY-FM Calgary circa 1980; CJJR-FM Vancouver late 1980s; Rogers Radio CKKS-FM Vancouver/CIOC-FM Victoria/CKSR-FM Chilliwack/CISQ-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler to 2008; p.m. drive CKVX-FM/CKCL-FM Vancouver 2004-08; weekends/fill-in CJJR-FM 2008-current


Alex Tsakumis - Click to enlarge
Alex Tsakumis - B.A. Political Science and Economics University of British Columbia; provincial aide/political advisor BC Premier Bill VanderZalm; Executive VP Lexington Warburg; COO Buena Vista Resorts (Playa Investments) 2005; panelist/political commentator including Public Eye Radio Show CFAX Victoria, The Standard OMNI TV Vancouver, CKNW and CBC Radio Vancouver 2006-11; senior columnist/political analyst 24 hrs Vancouver 2008-10; President/CEO Signal Hill Media Group Vancouver currentAlex Tsakumis' website  LinkedIn profile


John Tucker - Click to enlarge
John Tucker - CKY Winnipeg 1971; CFUN Vancouver 1973; operations/sales CHUM/CHUM-FM Toronto 1975-80; Sales and Marketing Rep A.C. Nielsen Markham ON 1982-84; President Kingston then VP Group Director National Sales CKWS-TV/CHEX-TV Kingston/Peterborough ON 1984-2000; VP Group Director Radio/TV Corus Entertainment Kingston/Peterborough 2000-05; administration Broadcast Executives Society 2000-current; National Sales Director TV Newcap Radio 2005-09; Advisor Broadcast Sales and Management Services 2005-current; Board Member Ontario College of Teachers Toronto 2006-13.  LinkedIn profile 


Kiah Tucker - Click to enlarge Kiah Tucker - Mix 102.3 Adelaide Australia 1999-2001; afternoons 5AU Port Augusta Australia 2001; evenings/weekends SAFM Adelaide Australia 2002-03; evenings/swing Triple M Adelaide Australia 2002-03; p.m. drive Hot 91 Sunshine Coast Australia 2003-06; evenings CKZZ-FM Vancouver 2007-12; morning host CKPK-FM Vancouver 2012; co-host Jack's Morning Glory with Kiah & Tara Jean CKLG-FM/CJAX-FM Vancouver 2012-current



Leah Tuline - CISL Richmond; commercial voice CKO-FM4 Vancouver late 1980s; traffic reporter CHRX Vancouver 1993



Sheldon Turcott 1987 - Click for larger 1994 photo

Sheldon Turcott - CKLY Lindsay ON 1960; news CBC Toronto 1964; first national correspondent CBC Vancouver 1966; labour issues reporter/first CBC specialist reporter 1974; international reporter Iran and Middle East 1977; also reported from Vietnam, Cambodia and China; Executive Producer The National; Midday news anchor CBC Toronto to 1995; retired after 31 years with CBC 1995; host TimeChase History Television; appeared as TV reporter in five movies 1996-99.  Died in Toronto February 18, 2000 at age 64



Alex Turner - Click to enlarge
Alex Turner - B.A. International/Global Studies Simon Fraser University 2010; Diploma of Technology BCIT 2014; self employed piano teacher 2002-08; park worker Metro Vancouver 2007-10; program assistant Metro Vancouver 2010-12; researcher Global Television Vancouver 2012, 2013 & 2014; workstudy BCIT 2012-13; newsroom intern CKNW Vancouver 2013; intern reporter CFJC-TV Kamloops 2013; reporter/anchor CKNW 2014-current; freelance reporter/writer CTV News Vancouver 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile 



Ormond Turner - News CKLG 1960s; reporter Vancouver Province mid 1960s


Fred Tutt - Click to enlarge Fred Tutt - Paint and wallpaper store manager; 25-year owner wall covering installation business; past president Canadian Vintage Radio Society and current editor CVRS Radio Waves magazine; home improvement tips CTV early morning shows 1999; co-host with Gerry Haggman weekly Fred and Gerry Home Improvement CKBD Vancouver to 2008 and CISL Vancouver 2008-12.  The Workshop website



Bob Tweedy - Studio operator CKMO Vancouver circa 1947; Traffic Manager and writer Western Trails fed to CBC Dominion network and host Rodeo Rhythm CJOR Vancouver 1948-50; Ranger Bob on Ranger's Cabin CKNW New Westminster 1950s


Kari-Lyn Twidale - Click to enlarge Kari-Lyn Twidale - Broadcast program graduate Columbia Academy Vancouver 2002; BCIT Broadcast program graduate 2004; freelance writer/reporter/voiceover/host/spokesperson 2002-current; traffic/weather/writer/technical director/reporter CKWX Vancouver 2006-10; coordinator/editor/producer Accessible Media Inc. Vancouver 2011-current; TV basketball reporter Summer Games London UK Olympic Broadcasting Services Vancouver 2012; owner Kari-Lyn Twidale Photography Vancouver 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Russ Tyson - Click to enlarge Russ Tyson - CJAT Trail 1968; CJME Regina 1971; CHAM Hamilton 1972-73; 9 p.m.-midnight CFUN Vancouver 1973-74; CKXL/CFCN Calgary 1974-81; PD CFQC Saskatoon 1981-89; CJLB Thunder Bay ON 1989-91; CKLU-FM Winnipeg 1991-94; Vice President of Programming CFQX-FM/CKMM-FM Winnipeg 1995-2002; morning host CJZZ-FM Winnipeg 2002-04; morning host CHNR-FM Winnipeg 2004-05; morning host/PD/promotions director CJZZ-FM 2006-11; afternoons CFJL-FM Winnipeg current 


Mike Tytherleigh - Click for recent photo Mike Tytherleigh - Columnist/editor Vancouver Province to 1964; magazine editor/managing editor The Vancouver Times newspaper 1964-65; commentaries/6 p.m. feature news CKWX Vancouver 1967-early 70s.  Died in Sechelt BC February 20, 2013 at age 86 


Jacqui Underwood - Click to enlarge Jacqui Underwood - Commercial multi-voice Vancouver 1970s; host/news anchor Radio Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 1978-80; news anchor/reporter CFOR Orillia ON 1981-82; news anchor CJCL Toronto 1982-83; news anchor CKBB Barrie ON 1983; news anchor CKLG Vancouver 1983-84; news anchor CFTR Toronto 1984-86; Vancouver Weekend talk show host CJOR and news CJJR-FM Vancouver 1986-88; morning show co-host/interviewer CKO-FM-4 Vancouver 1989; news director CKST Langley/Vancouver 1989-93; news anchor/announcer/producer CFUN/CHQM-FM Vancouver 1994-1998; history of print Middle East and Vancouver; Vancouver Lifestyles Magazine 1993-2007; contributing author Vancouver Exposed: A History in Photographs 2011


Janice Ungaro - Click to enlarge Janice Ungaro - Toured as stand-up comedian including appearances on A&E’s An Evening At The Improv, Comedy On The Road, Lifetime’s Girl’s Night Out, and performed at Montreal Just For Laughs Festival, San Francisco International Comedy Competition and Vancouver International Comedy Festival 1989-97; morning co-host CKZZ-FM Vancouver 1993-99; columnist The Vancouver Province 1998-2000; contributor Rick Dees' Weekly Top 40 Countdown syndicated; head writer/producer/talent Premiere Radio Networks Comedy Prep 2000-06; producer The Phil Hendrie Show syndicated 2001-04; producer The Jillian Michaels Show KFI Los Angeles 2006-; producer The Bill Handel Show KFI 2004-; co-host CAMP CIRH-FM Vancouver 2015-current 


Richard Money - CFGO Ottawa circa 1973 Jacob Unger  - Aka Richard Money morning drive CFGO Ottawa circa 1972-73; mornings CHWK Chilliwack 1974-76; CJJC Langley circa 1978     


Niki Upton - Click to enlarge Niki Upton (Niki Pandachuck) - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate 2003; reporter/anchor CKSR-FM Chilliwack 2003-04; reporter/anchor CKWX Vancouver 2004-06; news writer A-Channel Victoria 2006; Public Affairs Officer Government of BC 2006-15; Communications Officer Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch, B.C. Ministry of Finance 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile 



Robbie Upton - Weekends CFUN Vancouver 1960s


Catherine Urquhart - Click to enlarge Catherine Urquhart - BCIT Broadcast program graduate 1988; CKIQ Kelowna; CKO-FM-4 Vancouver 1988-89; CKWX Vancouver/Satellite Radio Network 1989-91; reporter BCTV/Global BC Vancouver 1995-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Lee Urquhart - Click to enlarge Lee Urquhart - Operator/eye-in-the-sky traffic reporter CKNW New Westminster and swing CFMI-FM 1977-78; mornings CKO-FM-4 Vancouver 1979-80; News Director CKCQ Quesnel/CKWL Williams Lake 1980-84; CFCR-FM/CKRD/CKRD-TV Red Deer AB 1984-88; retired from radio 1988; commercial production; realtor Red Deer AB.  Died in Red Deer February 24, 2005 at age 59


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