Corus Radio’s executive and management teams are under public scrutiny after Q107 morning man John Derringer was called out by four former female colleagues for an alleged pattern of abusive verbal behaviour.
This week I sent a Facebook salute to the ‘original’ cast of talents that started the life of Q107 fm Toronto on May 22nd, 1977. I rece
Following a three-year absence, Canada’s foremost broadcasting conference is back, as part of CMW in Toronto, June 7 and 8. Expect over 20 sessions on all things audio, presented in a hybrid format and featuring such sector luminaries as Caroline Beasley and James Cridland (pictured).
Dave Charles and Lee Abrams are legends in radio worldwide or, as Dave describes, "salty old dogs".
Last week we reported on the death of Rosalie, but she was such an extraordinary woman that we felt it necessary to include a follow-up story a
What was it about Allan Slaight’s influence that those of us who worked for him (and even some who didn’t) were inspired to do things well beyond our own self-imposed limitations? Simply put, Allan Slaight was a born leader as well as a daring innovator and entrepreneur.
(John) Allan Slaight, media mogul, billionaire philanthropist, and founder of Standard Broadcasting Corporation Limited, once Canada’s largest priv
Known online as Toronto Mike'd, this prolific indie podcast wizard profiles personalities from a variety of fields, including sports, music and radio. Learn more about him in Bill King’s latest FYI podcast.