Jan. 28

Promotions Director - EVANOV - Winnipeg MB

Summer Cruiser - BLACKBURN RADIO - Wingham ON


Jan. 26

Video Journalist / Radio Reporter - BELL MEDIA - Smithers BC

Creative Writer - MBS - Kentville NS

General Sales Manager - HOT 107 / CRUZ - Edmonton AB

Account Executive - KISS FM - Vernon BC


Jan. 26

Cuts @ Corus

CRTC Denies Concordia U's Repeater Application

Canadians Talk: Freedom of Speech On Corus Radio’s News-Talk Network


Jan. 13

CRUZ Morning Co-host Masterchef Canada Finalist

ZoomerMedia Names Byron Garby VP, Radio Sales For The New Classical FM and AM740

X92.9 Reveals New Lineup


Jan. 7

US Major Market Hot AC/CHR & Internationally Syndicated Host Wants To Be On Your Station!


Jan. 5

Larry Bishop


Dec. 30

RP's the right fit for your sound (or is that the right sound for your outfit?)


Jan. 15

MALE VO: Steven James



Dec. 2

Eric Scott - Freelance Producer


Darren Worts - Freelance Voice Talent


Jan. 22, 2015

Dallas Smith’s “Wastin’ Gas” jumps 4-1 on the Country Airplay chart with the biggest spin increase at the format for the second straight week. With 1233 detections this week, it sets the record for most detects in one chart week at the format. He is the 7th Canadian artist to reach No. 1 on the Country chart in the BDS era and the song is the 14th from a Canadian artist to reach No. 1 at the format in the BDS era, and the first since Dean Brody’s “Bounty” in November 2013.

British rock duo Royal Blood pick up their first number one song as “Figure It Out” jumps 2-1 on the overall Rock chart. The song vastly improves on the No. 35 peak of their first charted song, “Out Of The Black.” It is the first chart-topper at the format for a first time charted artist since Kongos’ “Come With Me Now” spent three weeks at No. 1 in March.

Seether’s “Same Damn Life” jumps 3-1 on the Mainstream Rock chart. Four of their last five releases have now reached the top of the format.

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