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Engineer RCA 1972-77; Engineer Karlen Electronics Edmonton 1977-80; Engineer then Chief Engineer CFRN-AM/CFBR-FM Edmonton 1980-2007; Chief Engineer CFMG-FM Edmonton 2002-2007. - Trained BCIT 1969; CKOK Penticton 1969-70; CHWK Chilliwack 1970-71; News CJOR Vancouver 1971-74; News CKNW New Westminster 1974-83; taught two semesters Vancouver Community College Langara Vancouver; briefly CBC Radio Vancouver/Edmonton; community living program assistant 1984-current; retired from radio; Councillor Oliver BC 2005-current; webmaster BC Radio History. - Graduate NAIT Radio & TV program 1994; CITV-TV Edmonton 1994; CHBC-TV Kelowna; CKEM-TV Edmonton 1997; CTV Yorkton; CTV Winnipeg; national reporter City News International. - Graduate Radio-Television Arts NAIT Edmonton 1979.- As Charlie Brown: announcer/writer CKYL Peace River 1960-62, 1964-66; Assistant Manager/writer/announcer CKNL Fort St. - writer/producer/host CJCA Edmonton; CJOR Vancouver 1981-83; CJAL-TV Edmonton; CJOH-TV Ottawa; CBXT-TV Edmonton; CBUT-TV Vancouver; CKNW New Westminster 1993-2006; community liason Langara College Vancouver current. September-October 1997; Receptionist, Promotions, Cruiser, Operator, Voice Tracking, DJ Fill CKXM-AM Victoria, B. October 1997-June 1999; DJ all nights CISN-FM Edmonton June 1999-December 2002; Voice Tracking evening & DJ fill CHQT Edmonton June 2001-December 2002; DJ middays CICZ-FM Midland, Ontario January-September 2003; evenings & weekends CHAT-FM Medicine Hat October 2003-May 2008; middays CJCY-FM Medicine Hat May 23, 2008-current. - musician then music director 1948-60, program director 1960-74 CJCA Edmonton; program director CJVI Victoria 1974-79; program director CJAZ-FM 1979. Announcer CFOK Westlock 1979; Sports CITV-TV Edmonton 1979-83; Sports CFRN-TV Edmonton 1990s; Sports Director CFTO-TV Toronto, Ontario 1986-current. : CFBR=The Bear; CFCW-FM=CAM-FM; CFMG=Virgin Radio; CFRN=TSN 1260; CHBN=The Bounce; CHDI=Sonic; CHQT=i News880; CIRK=K-97; CISN=Kissin' Country; CIUP=UP 99.3; CJNW=Hot 107; CJRY=Shine-FM; CKEA=95.7 Cruz FM; CKER=World-FM; CKJR=W-14-40; CKNG=92.5 Fresh FM; CKNO=NOW Radio; CKRA=Capital-FM; CITV=Global Edmonton; CFRN-TV=CTV Edmonton; CJAL=CTV Two Alberta; CKEM=City Edmonton; CKES=CTS TV; CJEO=OMNI Alberta.' panel to the right of your screen and selecting ' Chat Now'.Should you need to contact us for anything else please Contact Us.
As Chuck Benson: co-founder/co-owner/announcer CJYR Edson (1968), CKYR Jasper, CKYR-1 Grande Cache, CFYR Whitecourt, CIYR Hinton; General Sales Manager CFVR Abbotsford 1989-90; Station Manager CHPQ Parksville 1990-91; Sales Consultant CIGV-FM Penticton 1998-2000, 2003-06. Born in Hamilton, Ontario, and died in Edmonton on June 8, 2013. Any material you can share with us would be appreciated, especially names and information on broadcasters we have missed, plus photos or corrections. Retired 1992, moving to Qualicum Beach 1994; book illustrator and drawing teacher Malaspina College Parksville and - CFPL-TV London ON; reporter CBC-TV Calgary, Edmonton and PEI; reporter/co-host Atlantic Television News Halifax circa 2000; CTV science correspondent/national oceans and climate reporter Halifax 2001; west coast correspondent/CTV Vancouver News bureau chief current. King's College, University of London, England 1974. - News KBYU-FM Provo, Utah 1979-81; News CFCR-FM & News Director CKRD-AM Red Deer 1982-84; Traffic then News CHED Edmonton 1984-current; co-host morning drive CKNG-FM Edmonton Feb. 1991; 20/20 News afternoon drive CHQT Edmonton September 4, 2007-May 7, 2008. - At 14, CKLC Red Deer 1927-31; CFTP Edmonton; CJCA Edmonton 1934; Program Director CFAC Calgary; Station Manager CJOC Lethbridge; founded CFBC Saint John, NB 1946; Station Manager CKRM Regina; Station Manager CJOC; launched CJLH-TV Lethbridge 1955; Director of Selkirk Holdings, formerly Taylor Pearson Carson, 1969; died in Calgary in 1994. - DJ CHAB Moose Jaw; DJ CHED Edmonton; morning drive CKNG-FM Edmonton 1986; morning drive CISS-FM Calgary; morning drive CISN-FM Edmonton late 1980s-August 2010; morning drive CHED Edmonton September 1, 2010-current. - CKPG Prince George 1950s; DJ afternoon drive CJCA Edmonton 1950s-1964; KFXM San Bernardino, California 1964-66; KCBQ San Diego on-air 1966-1968 then Sales after; DJ CFRN-AM Edmonton. - CJCA Edmonton 1947; CKRD Red Deer 1949; CKDA Victoria January 1951-52; CKNW New Westminster DJ August 4, 1952-53, News mid-1953-91, News Director April 1959-91; retired CKNW 1991; 1993 Bruce Hutchison Lifetime Achievement Award for outstanding contribution to journalism in British Columbia. John's, Newfoundland 1966-73; Technician Documentary Films CBXT-TV Edmonton 1973-late 1970s; Business Unit Manager CBC Edmonton late 1970s-95. - Graduate, Lorne Greene's Academy of Broadcast Arts 1947-48; CFGP Grande Prairie 1949; CFAC Calgary; CKYL Peace River 1954-55; CFRN-AM Edmonton 1955-74. CHED Edmonton 1955-59; National Sales Manager CHED 1959-64; morning host CKWX Vancouver and CHAN-TV Vancouver game show voice-overs 1964-69; morning host CHFI-FM Toronto 1969-71; Program Manager CJOR Vancouver 1971-73; daily one-hour talk show host and CTV Game Show host CHEK-TV Victoria 1976-82; Creative Director Copeland Communications Victoria 1982-92. 1983-86; Announcer CKST/CHMG Edmonton 1987-95; Afternoon Drive CFMG-FM Edmonton 1995-July 2002; Announcer CHQT Edmonton March-November 2006; Studio Producer CHED Edmonton March-November 2006; Studio Producer CHQR Calgary March 2007-current. ABC 1991-92; producer 1992-93, evening News anchor & business correspondent 1993-95 CICT-TV Calgary 1992-95; evening News anchor KDFW-TV Dallas; correspondent NBC News & anchor MSNBC 2000-4; Tru TV (formerly known as Court TV) 2005-current. - Musician and announcer CKUA 1952-83; performer Tommy Banks Show CBC-TV 1968-73, 1980-83; host Tommy Banks Show CITV-TV Edmonton 1970s; producer In Concert syndicated series 1970s. Play-by-play announcer: Calgary Cannons Pacific Coast League Baseball 1994; Mississauga Ice Dogs Ontario Hockey League 1998-2003; Toronto Phantoms Arena Football League 2001-2; Calgary Stampeders CFL (CHQR sideline announcer) 2004; Calgary Roughnecks National Lacrosse League 2004-5; Toronto Rock National Lacrosse League 1999-2003 & 2006-current; Camrose Kodiaks Alberta Junior Hockey League 2006-08; morning drive CIBQ-AM Brooks, Alberta July 2008-current. John's, Newfoundland 1965-66; Technician Master Control CBNT-TV St. Born John Edward Barron on May 22, 1924, in Langdon, Alberta and died in Edmonton on March 25, 2013. - DJ CKBB Barrie, Ontario 1980-84; CKO Toronto 1984-88; CFJB-FM Barrie 1988-94; CJAY-FM Calgary 1994-95; CKFM-FM Toronto 1995-2000; CFRB-AM Toronto 2000-01; CFMJ-AM & CILQ-FM Toronto 2001-03; CHQR-AM & CFGQ-FM Calgary 2003-05; morning drive CFCW-FM Camrose September 2005-July 2008; morning drive CFCW-AM Camrose/Edmonton summer 2006.