Artworrk: Bob Blumer, used with permission
June 1, 2020
by Matt Zimbel

We are in different times so, of course, merch has to change.

graphic courtesy of Byrnes Media
February 3, 2020
by External Source

The following opinion piece is penned by Steve Warden, an award-winning radio host, the creator and executive producer of an internationally sy

Manteca's Matt Zimbel. Photo supplied.
November 4, 2019
by Matt Zimbel

The following is penned by Matt Zimbel, percussionist and leader of the Juno Award-winning world jazz band Manteca.

Darren Fung
June 3, 2019
by External Source

– The following is in part an opinion piece penned by Darren Fung, and

April 1, 2019
by FYI Staff

The American comedian, singer, and YouTube star is known for spoof interviews with famous figures and his musical parodies of political celebrities

March 4, 2019
by External Source

Annals Of Brand Love

July 24, 2018
by Pat Holiday

The world is your oyster when it comes to listening to radio on smartspeakers, but there are challenges that many radio stations have yet to confront and broadcasters here need to act fast before they are lost in the dust of the universal audio band.

May 30, 2018
by Sharon Taylor

I’ve learned a bazillion things over the years that have helped me in my career, but this is the big one. Be responsible.

Drake poses with his 2010 Juno Awards in St. John's. Pic: Ryan Remiorz, CP
March 23, 2018
by External Source

In a time when Daniel Caesar and Drake run streaming, will the Junos properly recognize the Black artists drawing attention to Canada's music scene?

Senator Joe McCarthy during his reign of red scare terror over Hollywood
February 21, 2018
by David Farrell

Is Hedley guilty of anything more than being blackballed by the music industry for alleged sexual misconduct?

Pic: Shutterstock
February 5, 2018
by Sharon Taylor

I have always suspected that one of the reasons we don’t see more women breaking through the glass ceiling is because women have never been part of this club that keeps these kinds of secrets or protects this type of intimidation, bullying and criminal behaviour.

January 22, 2018
by External Source

The international movement to push back against the Google/Facebook duopoly stems from a belated realization that, in the border-blurring digital era, old culture laws too often inadvertently imperil domestic media and the stories they tell. The playing field is perversely tilted.