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Penny Daflos - Click to enlarge Penny Daflos - BA University of British Columbia 2002; BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate 2008; weekend news anchor Rogers Radio Abbotsford 2007; writer/reporter CTV British Columbia 2007-current; reporter CKNW Vancouver 2008-12.  LinkedIn profile


Reg Dagg 1938 - Click to enlarge Reg Dagg - CJOR Vancouver announcer 1931 and program director 1932; announcer/commercial manager CKWX Vancouver 1934-early 1940s; writer CBUT Vancouver mid-late 1950s; writer Western Regional Newspaper group 1968.  Died in Vancouver, November 30, 1984 at age 78.


Lisa Daigneault - Click to enlarge
Lisa Daigneault - Aka Lisa D; Broadcast programme Columbia Academy Vancouver; CHTK Prince Rupert; morning show co-host CKKN-FM Prince George 2010; news announcer CHYR-FM Windsor ON circa 2012; Vancouver traffic reporter Canadian Traffic Network to 2016; morning co-host CIOC-FM Victoria 2016-current.    


Walter Dales - Click to enlarge photo courtesy Canadian Communications Foundation Walter Dales - Writer Winnipeg Free Press 1928; commercial writer/announcer/operator/sales CKBI Prince Albert SK 1933; commercial writer/announcer CJCA Edmonton & weekly newspaper radio column writer 1930s; Assistant Manager CJCA 1940-42; Manager CJAT Trail BC 1942-45; operated Walter A. Dales Radioscripts syndicated programming Montreal 1945; criticized  restrictive regulations imposed on private stations by the CBC, leading to formation of the Board of Broadcast Governors in 1958; moved business to Winnipeg 1954; retired to Cloverdale BC 1966 and hosted daily feature The Greenhorn Farmer CJJC Langley; programming consultant Radio Jamaica circa 1975.  Died in New Westminster October 15, 1981 at age 72.  CCF biography


John Daly - Click to enlarge John Daly - Physics/journalism/broadcast journalism CUNY, Humber College, BCIT; news CKNW New Westminster 1970s; news reporter BCTV/Global Vancouver 1980-2016; retired from Global 2016; appointed to Real Estate Council of B.C. 2016; Jack Webster Award recipient.  LinkedIn profile 



Stu Daly - Mid mornings CKOC Hamilton circa 1960; morning host CKLG Vancouver circa 1962; mornings CKFM-FM Toronto 1967-69; portrayed Arthur in Canadian comedy movie Lions for Breakfast 1975


Brian Dance - Click to enlarge Brian Dance - DJ CHUB Nanaimo 1969-71; news/sports CFAC Calgary 1971-76; radio sports CBC Calgary 1976-84; national reporter radio sports CBC Toronto 1984-89; Doug Gilbert Award for Canada's sportscaster of the year 1987; radio sports CBC Vancouver 1989-97; weekend editor radio news CBC Vancouver 1997-current


Kathy Danford Kathy Danford - News anchor CHUM Toronto late 1979-84; CFUN/CHQM-FM Vancouver 1990-93; CKNW/CFMI-FM Vancouver


Karen Daniels - Click to enlarge Karen Daniels - All nights CFMI-FM Vancouver circa 1985; mornings CISS-FM Calgary to 1999; morning co-host CJJR-FM Vancouver 2000-current


Sarah Daniels - Click to enlarge Sarah Daniels - CKXY Vancouver 1980s; CKNW/CFMI-FM eye-in-the-sky traffic 1990-98; traffic BCTV News Vancouver 1997-2005; Realtor Hugh and McKinnon Realty Ltd. 2003-06; Realtor Bay Realty Ltd. 2006-11; freelance writer various publications 2006-current; author real estate publications John Wiley and Sons Canada 2009-current; real estate expert Breakfast Television Vancouver 2010-current; real estate expert/regular contributor Ask An Expert segment Global BC Vancouver 2010-current; Realtor Remax Colonial Pacific Realty Ltd. 2011-13; co-host/co-creator Urban Suburban HGTV Canada/Discovery Health/Fit U.S.A. 2011-14; Realtor Bay Realty Ltd. Surrey 2013-16; regular contributor The Marilyn Denis Show Toronto 2014-current; Realtor Bosley Real Estate Ltd. Brokerage Toronto 2016-current.  Sarah Daniels website  LinkedIn profile 


Crystal Darche - Click to enlarge Crystal Darche - BCIT Broadcast graduate 1985; weekends CKOK Penticton 1981-82; evenings CKQR Castlegar 1984; overnights CKDA Victoria 1985-87; sales Young Drivers of Canada Victoria 1987-91; cruiser/weekends CJVI Victoria 1987-91; overnights/swing Satellite Radio Network Vancouver 1992-96; freelance/voiceover 1997-current; middays/promotions assistant CIOC-FM Victoria 1997-2000; middays/promotions director CISC-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler 2000-01; evenings CKBD Vancouver 2001-08 & middays CJJR-FM Vancouver 2001-13; traffic reporter CKNW and ground producer Canadian Traffic Network Vancouver 2013; productions assistant Locations Dept. Vancouver 2013-current; midday fill-in/weekends CHQM-FM Vancouver 2013-15; weekends/fill-in announcer CFBT-FM Vancouver 2014-15; midday host at CKNG-FM Edmonton 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Steve Darling - Click for larger photo Steve Darling - Producer Canadians baseball CKWX Vancouver; CKEG Nanaimo; Steve the Stunt Guy CJJR-FM Vancouver; sports CKWX; sports and morning news anchor BCTV Global Vancouver 1998-2016; talk show host fill-in CKNW Vancouver 2012; Liberal candidate for Burnaby-Lougheed riding 2017.  LinkedIn profile 


Susie Da Silva - Click to enlarge Susana Da Silva - BCIT Broadcast Journalism Graduate 2005; reporter CBC Television Vancouver 2004-current


Tomasia DaSilva - Click to enlarge Tomasia DaSilva - Graduate Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Calgary 1993; reporter CBC-TV Saskatoon late 1990s-2000; reporter CBC-TV Calgary early 2000s; reporter CTV British Columbia 2004-05; reporter Citytv Calgary 2005-07; news producer/business anchor CTV Calgary 2007-current; recipient Jack Webster Award for Best Reporting of the Year - Television 2005


Sushma Datt - Click for larger photo Shushma Datt - BBC UK early 1970s; producer/host Hindi/Urdu program CJVB Vancouver 1972-78; founder FM SCMO (sideband) station Rim Jhim Vancouver 1988-current; recipient Order of British Columbia 1992; community and multicultural TV Vancouver current; owner i.t. Media Broadcasting/Radio Rim Jhim/CJRJ Vancouver 2006-current.  Mike Cleaver interview  


Al Davidson - Click to enlarge photo courtesy Top Dog! History of CKNW Al Davidson - News/hockey play-by-play CKPR Port Arthur 1946; news CKCK Regina 1948; news/sports CKFH Toronto 1951; CKY Winnipeg 1955; CKNW New Westminster 1958-83 including sports director 1963 and Vancouver Canucks broadcasts except CKLG Vancouver circa 1960; CJOR Vancouver 1986-88.  Died in Vancouver August 9, 1991 at age 65



Clem Davies (Rev. Dr. Clement L. Davies) - Father of Dorothy Davies (below) and grandfather of Drew Snider; Pastor of Centennial Methodist (now United) Church Victoria; provided studio/transmitter space for CFCL Victoria 1923; broadcast Sunday services 1920s and Easter Sunday Sermon On The Mount live from Mount Tolmie 1925; called WCHL Victoria Cougars Stanley Cup championship game 1925; CKWX Vancouver; held services at Shrine Auditorium on KMTR Los Angeles 1920s-30s.  Died in Los Angeles December 21, 1951 at age 61


Dorothy Davies - Click to enlarge Dorothy Davies - Actress/director/writer; broadcaster CJVI Victoria early 1940s; best director with UBC Alumni production The Crucible Dominion Drama Festival 1955; portrayed Mary Carson on The Carson Family daily radio serial CBU Vancouver 1948-66; various other radio dramatic roles on local, regional and network CBC; charter member of Starwalk BC Entertainment Hall of Fame 1994.  Died in Victoria March 27, 2002 at age 81


Gerry Davies circa 1950 - Click for alternate photo courtesy Top Dog! History of CKNW Gerry Davies - Popular Vancouver singer with comparisons to Frank Sinatra early 1940s; all-night CKNW New Westminster 1950; CFQC Saskatoon, CJIB Vernon & CJAV Port Alberni 1950-52; all-night including The Craven A Music 'til Dawn Show CKNW 1952-72; interviewed Sinatra in Vancouver circa 1959; left radio and moved to furniture sales.  Died December 30, 1998 at age 72


Bill Davis 1957 - Click for larger 1958 photo Bill Davis - Morning host CKWX Vancouver 1957-59; mornings KGW Portland 1959-60; KOOL Phoenix AZ


Chuck Davis - Click to enlarge Chuck Davis - Radio: CAE (Canadian Army Europe) Werl, West Germany 1956; CJKL, Kirkland Lake & New Liskeard ON 1957; CKWS Kingston ON 1957; CKCR Kitchener ON 1958; CJVI Victoria 1960; CFPR Prince Rupert 1963; CBU Vancouver 1964-74; part-time CFUN, CHQM (one day!) & CKWX Vancouver, CJJC Langley, CJOR Vancouver 1970s.  TV: CHEK-TV Victoria 1961; CBUT Vancouver 1964-74; CHAN-TV Vancouver; CKVU-TV Vancouver.  Author/co-author or editor of 15 books on local history including Top Dog! a history of CKNW 1994; compiled The History of Metropolitan Vancouver 2003-10; Vancouver mayor declared "Chuck Davis Day" October 5, 2010.  Died in Surrey November 20, 2010 at age 75.  Mike Cleaver interview     


Erin Davis - Click for larger photo Erin Davis - CKLG/CFOX-FM Vancouver 1994-2001; morning news CKZZ-FM/CISL Vancouver 2001-14; CHQM-FM Vancouver 2014-current 


Hal Davis CKNW circa 1951 - Click for alternate photo courtesy Top Dog! A History of CKNW Hal Davis - CKUA Edmonton 1941; CKNW 1947-91 as Copy Chief, Production Manager 1950, producer/host Just for Fun Sunday mornings, PD 1956, Assistant Manager/PD 1959, GM 1974; director of the British Columbia Broadcasters Association 1980-85 and President 1982-84; Director Canadian Association of Broadcasters 1983-84; BCAB Broadcaster of the Year 1985; directed B.C. Radio News (later Western Information Network) until 1988; retired 1989 but continued CKNW 8 a.m. newscast until Friday, August 30, 1991; CAB Broadcast Hall of Fame 1996.  Died November 1, 1998 at age 74.  CCF Biography



Reginald Davis - Established North Shore Sash and Door Co. North Vancouver early 1940s and Allied Woodworks as manufacturing arm; married to Remmette Davis; commentator, editor and technician for Stairway to Stardom Sunday evenings CKWX 1947-early 1950s and CJOR Vancouver early 1950s-58.  Died 1995



Remmette Davis - Radio personality, piano, violin and arts performer Stairway to Stardom Sunday evenings CKWX 1947-early 1950s and CJOR Vancouver early 1950s-58. The program introduced young pianists to radio, competing for annual trophies and scholarships, presented by such personages as opera star Lily Pons, VSO conductor Jacques Singer and pianists Benno Moiseiwitsch and William Kapell.  Died March 16, 1973 at age 68.


Harvey Dawes - Click for CBC Winnipeg 1959, CBC Vancouver 1976 and recent photos Harvey Dawes - CBC Winnipeg (reporter Eye to Eye CBC-TV Winnipeg late 1950s-early 60s) 1947-65; CBC Vancouver (anchor Hourglass CBUT Vancouver mid 1960s-78) 1965-87; CBC program and commercial voice; succeded jazz columnist Bob Smith as host of Hot Air CBC Vancouver; retired from broadcasting 1987.  Died in North Vancouver June 22, 2009 at age 82


Anu Dawit-Kanna - Click to enlarge Anu Dawit-Kanna - Criminology diploma Douglas College Vancouver 1997; political science/journalism UBC; Revenue Canada; intern/arts and culture reporter/associate producer/director CBC Radio and TV Vancouver 2005-current


Andrew Dawson - Click to enlarge Andrew Dawson - Columbia Academy Vancouver 1989-90; CJAV Port Alberni 1990-92; 1992-96 announcer/Penticton Panthers hockey show CIGV Penticton; morning news anchor CKWX Vancouver 1996-2003; news reporter CKWX 2003-05; host The Standard OMNI TV Vancouver 2005-07; news CKNW Vancouver 2007-08; morning news anchor CJME Regina 2008-current


Bob Dawson - Click for larger photo Bob Dawson - One of Vancouver's youngest DJs/show producer CJOR Vancouver late 1970s; weekend mornings CJJC Langley 1977-78; voice of Santa Claus Rafe Mair show CKNW Vancouver; promotions manager CKXY Vancouver late 1980s; actor X-Files, Millenium, Stargate, Cold Squad and Call of the Wild.  Died in Vancouver November 7, 2001 at age 43.  IMDb Filmography


Rumina Daya - Click to enlarge Rumina Daya - Communications/journalism graduate Mount Royal College Calgary; photographer/writer Venada Tours, Mazatlan Mexico 1995; radio/TV editor/reporter Calgary 1996-98; reporter Colony Reporter, Guadalajara Mexico 1998; reporter/anchor CTV Saskatoon; news reporter CITV Global Edmonton; reporter Global Television Vancouver 2004-current



Paul Dean - Weekends CFMI-FM Vancouver 2006-current


Vanni De Bartolo - Click to enlarge
Vanni De Bartolo - Broadcasting graduate BCIT 2002; general duties/fill-in sports anchor CKST Vancouver 2001-05; director of community relations/broadcaster/account executive Chilliwack Bruins 2007-09; account executive/radio colour broadcaster Abbotsford Heat Hockey Club streamed online at CKST website 2009-current & CIVL-FM Abbotsford 2013-current; public address announcer Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2011-current; host BC Lions Football Club pre-game plaza street party 2012-current; part-time sports reporter Shaw Communications (Chilliwack) 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile 



Paul DeBron - DJ CKST Vancouver late 1990s-2001; sports program producer CKST 2001-current


Bill deCarteret 1970s - Click to enlarge Bill deCarteret - Morning drive host CJVB Vancouver 1970s; Gabriola Fire Protection Improvement District Trustee 1992-99; voice-overs CHEK-TV Victoria circa 2000; owner publisher Gabriola Sounder 1991-2008.  Died on Gabriola Island August 21, 2008 at age 77



Charles Defieux - Copy boy then junior reporter Edmonton Journal 1917; during career wrote for Edmonton Bulletin, San Francisco Chronicle, New Westminster Columbian, Victoria Times, Vancouver Province and for two years owner and publisher of weekly Richmond-Marpole Times; writer/actor/dancer/singer in radio and national radio revues; news/sports announcer CJOR and CKWX Vancouver 1920s-30s except briefly KOMO Seattle 1928; columnist, city editor/ assistant news editor/assistant sports editor/police reporter Vancouver Sun 1923-40; federal department of veterans affairs 1945-47; PR for Pacific National Exhibition Vancouver 1947-59; owner Richmond-Marpole Times 1949-51; first Mayor of White Rock BC 1957; shipping news/local marine history columnist Of Ships and Men Vancouver Sun 1964-72.  Died in Vancouver October 9, 1972 at age 70


Barry Deley - Click for larger photo Barry Deley - CKEK Cranbrook BC 1986-87; CKRD-TV Red Deer AB 1987-97; sports anchor/reporter BCTV Vancouver 1997-current 


Sabrina Del-Ray - Click to enlarge Sabrina Del-Ray - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate 1994; as Sabrina Deneumoustier: CJCI/CIRX-FM Prince George 1993-94; CILK-FM Kelowna 1994-95; CKIQ/CKBL Kelowna 1995-96; as Sabrina Del-Ray: CKZZ-FM/CISL Vancouver 1996-98; program director CKLR-FM Courtenay 1998-2000; CKZZ-FM/CISL 2000-2004; as Sabrina Storey CKWX/CKCL-FM Vancouver 2004-08; owner of Success Storeys Productions including radio/TV voiceovers and voice of in-store messages including Warehouse One Jeans and Michaels stores across Canada 1999-current; morning co-host CKSR-FM Chilliwack 2006-08; as Sabrina Del-Ray weekend traffic CKWX Vancouver 2008-10.  LinkedIn profile 



Hal Denton - Editor Northwest Sportsman magazine 1940s-50s; host Sportsmen's Guide broadcast series on fishing and hunting; sports program host including host Outdoors With Hal Denton CBC Television Network from CBUT Vancouver 1955


Rochelle Dentry circa 1991 Rochelle "Rocket" Dentry - Exhibition Park horse race recorder/editor CKO-FM-4 Vancouver 1986-88; traffic reporter CHRX Vancouver 1990; morning co-host with Joe Leary CHRX 1990-91.  Died in Vancouver December 26, 1991 at age 29


Monica Deol - Click to enlarge Monika Deol - Entertainment specialist CityPulse at Six Citytv Toronto; host/anchor fronting five shows simultaneously Citytv and MuchMusic Toronto 1986-96; first 6 p.m. news anchor VTV CIVT-TV Vancouver 1997; Advisory Board Chair Channel M when it made its successful bid for new multicultural TV station in Vancouver 2000; news anchor Citytv Vancouver 2002-03; M.C. and Organizing Committee Forum for Women Entrepreneurs (FWE) Vancouver 2013-17; actress feature film Beeba Boys Toronto 2015-16; President cosmetics brand STELLAR° 2015-current; M.C. Acklands-Grainger Vancouver Convention Centre 2017.  LinkedIn profile 


Sonia Deol -Click to enlarge
Sonia Deol - TV reporter/continuity announcer Zee Media Corporation Limited UK 1993; radio presenter Late Night Show Sunrise Radio London 1994-95; radio presenter/commercial producer Radio XL London 1995-96; radio/TV presenter numerous programs BBC London 1996-2010; radio presenter The Sonia Deol Show BBC Asian Network 2010-12; fill-in news anchor CBC Vancouver 2015; morning news co-host then reporter/weekend news anchor Global BC 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Brian DePoe - Click to enlarge Brian DePoe - Graduate Northern Alberta Institute of Technology 1983; all-nights CJAX-FM Edmonton 1983-84; swing/Music Director CKRY-FM Calgary 1984-87; swing/promo CJJR-FM Vancouver 1987-88; promo/fill-in then Assistant Program Director/p.m. drive then Program Director CKWX Vancouver 1988-93; PD CHFM-FM Calgary 1994-99; PD/Operations Manager CJEZ-FM Toronto 2000-09; PD CFQR-FM Montreal 2009-current


Der Hoi-Yin - Click to enlarge Der Hoi-Yin - BA Queen's University 1974; business columnist and reporter Vancouver Sun 1975-85; Canada's first Chinese-Canadian columnist Vancouver Sun and Financial Times of Canada; first business specialist on The National and Canada's first Chinese-Canadian national television correspondent Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 1985-95; fill-in anchor contributor/CNN, anchor NBC Asia 1995-97; National Business Writing Award for top financial columnist 1985; MacMillan Bloedel 27th annual Journalism Award, editorial category 1985; Columbus International Film & Video Festival honorable mentions for Drug Wars and Air Canada/Hollis Harris profile 1993; currently living in Hong Kong


Wayne DeSchover - Click to enlarge
Wayne DeSchover - Mid mornings/mid afternoons/music director CKLG Vancouver 1993-2001; morning host CISQ-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler to 2001-03; PD/MD/morning host CJCD-FM Yellowknife NT 2003-04; freelance voice over 2003-current; music director Max Trax Calgary 2006-09; consultant/radio airplay analyst Frontside Promotions Group Calgary 2010-current.  LinkedIn profile


Charmaine de Silva - Click to enlarge
Charmaine de Silva - Diploma Broadcast Journalism BCIT 2005-07; communications director Agape International Children's Society 2005-10; news reporter/anchor CKFR Kelowna 2007-10; vice chair (communications) Okanagan Pride 2008-10; co-chair Okanagan Rainbow Coalition 2010; reporter CKNW Vancouver 2010-12; news presenter/editor CBC Radio Vancouver 2012-14; board member PFLAG Vancouver 2013-current; assistant news director CKNW 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Marianne Desnoyer - Click to enlarge Marianne Desnoyer - (now Desnoyer-Summers) CJIB Vernon 1970s; news/features CKWX/CJAZ-FM Vancouver early-mid 1980s; as Marianne Summers news CKO-FM-2 & CFRB Toronto; Communications Director Ministry of the Attorney General Toronto current.  LinkedIn profile 


Tom DeSorcy - Click to enlarge Tom DeSorcy - Aka Tommy D; Columbia School of Broadcasting graduate; CKGO Hope BC 1982-87; weekend afternoons/fill-in CKWX Vancouver and nights/weekend morning host Country Coast to Coast Satellite Radio Network Vancouver 1991-92; CKGO 1992-2000; Hope Fire Chief/freelance narration current


Richard Dettman - Click to enlarge Richard Dettman - CJVB Vancouver 1975-77; CJOR Vancouver 1979-81; CKO-FM-4 Vancouver 1977-79; news director CFVR/CKMA & CKSR-FM Abbotsford 1981-96; editor and later business reporter CKWX Vancouver 1996-2000; VP operations Strategic Management Consultants 2000-03; business editor CKWX 2004-current; part time business reports Global TV Vancouver 2005-10


Shaheed Devji - Click to enlarge

Shaheed Devji - Bachelor communication Simon Fraser University 2004-09; BA communications SFU 2009; BCIT Broadcast Program graduate 2011; Editor-In-Chief/host/reporter The Press Box Sports Network 2005-10; marketing and communcation assistant Simon Fraser University 2007-08; media relations assistant Terry Fox Foundation Port Coquitlam 2009; flash quote reporter Olympic News Service 2010 Olympic Winter Games Vancouver 2009-10; reporter/anchor BCIT Broadcast News 2009-10; reporter/videjournalist CTV News Vancouver and Kitchener ON 2010-12; communications manager Sportsfest West Vancouver 2012-13; owner & director Mecca Creative Media 2012-current; marketing and communications coordinator Richmond Olympic Oval 2012-13; sports anchor/videojournalist CHEK-TV Victoria 2013-14; Creative and Communication Manager Field Hockey Canada Vancouver 2014-current; reporter CTV Vancouver 2015-16.  LinkedIn profile 



George Dewey CKMO George Dewey - Staff announcer CKMO Vancouver late 1940s


Lara Dewitt 2011 - Click for CKNW photo
Lara DeWitt - BCIT Broadcast program graduate 2002; Promotions Co-ordinator/fill-in and weekend traffic CKNW Vancouver 2002-07; helicopter traffic reporter Corus Group Vancouver 2006-07; New Westminster Police Department 2008-current


Chad Dey - Click to enlarge Chad Dey - Columbia Academy graduate 2008; news/sports anchor CKWL/CFFM-FM Williams Lake 2008-09; sports anchor CKWX Vancouver 2009-10; Canadian Traffic Network/morning traffic including CISL Vancouver and CHWK-FM Chilliwack 2010-15; anchor/reporter/producer Delta TV 2012-current; airborne traffic reporter CKWX/CJAX-FM Vancouver 2014-15; Account Manager Rogers Media Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Rick Dhaliwal - click for recent photo Rick Dhaliwal - CHQB Powell River 1990; CKNL Fort St. John 1991-94; CJOI Wetaskiwin AB 1994-95; Sports CKWX Vancouver 1995-99; CKNW Vancouver 1999-2001; sports director CKST Vancouver 2001-05; on-air/management CKNW/CHMJ Vancouver 2005-09; family business 2009-11; sports anchor CKWX 2010-current


Dave Dhillon - Click to enlarge
Dave Dhillon - Honors graduate BCIT Broadcast Communications 1985; CFOX-FM Vancouver 1984-85; jingle writer Seacoast Sound Victoria 1985-87; commercial producer CKNW/CFMI-FM Vancouver 1986-88; formed company Take Note Productions Inc. 1987; hired by Edens Broadcasting USA 1988; moved Take Note Productions to San Diego 1988-current; actively consults and brands numerous broadcast companies around the world.  Take Note Productions website  LinkedIn profile 


Kiran Dhillon - Click to enlarge
Kiran Dhillon - BA double major communications and psychology University of Winnipeg 2009; Creative Communications journalism major Red River College Winnipeg 2010; intern Global National News Vancouver 2011; TV/radio reporter CBC News Manitoba 2011-15; TV/radio reporter CBC News Saskatchewan (Regina and Saskatoon) 2013; news reporter CBC Vancouver 2015-16; on-air journalist/web producer CTV News Channel Toronto 2016-current.  Kiran's website  LinkedIn profile 


Thor Diakow - Click to enlarge
Thor Diakow - BCIT Broadcast program graduate; producer CKNW Vancouver to 2005; contributor/host weekly movie segment a.m. drive/traffic reporter CKNW 2005; producer/entertainment reporter Breakfast Television Citytv Vancouver 2005-current; host movie review segment CFUN Vancouver 2009


Tim Dickert - Click to enlarge
Tim Dickert - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate; intern CKST Vancouver 2009; host Bounce Radio (Internet station) 2010; afternoon drive host CKMQ-FM Merritt BC 2010; morning weather/traffic CJRJ Vancouver 2011-current; associate producer CBC Radio One Vancouver 2012-15; talk show producer CKNW Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile  


Greg Dickson - Click to enlarge Greg Dickson - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate; former Broadcast Journalism instructor British Columbia Institute of Technology; beat reporter CJOR Vancouver 1970s; news Early Edition/director B.C. Almanac CBC Vancouver 1987-2007; Public Affairs Officer, Ministry of Education Victoria 2007-current


Fred Diehl - Click to enlarge Fred Diehl - CKUA Edmonton; writer Holiday Ranch CBC-TV 1950s; freelance announcer CHQM Vancouver mid-late 1960s; principal programming role CKUA 1980; moved to Toronto; producer CBC Radio drama series Nightfall early 1980s; executive producer Sunday Matinee CBC Radio's beginning 1982; BC Lotto TV commercials late 1980s.  Died November 15, 2008 in Calgary at age 87


Dick Diespecker - Click for larger photo
Dick (Richard Alan) Diespecker - Vancouver Star 1927; news/Program Director CJOR Vancouver 1936-1940s; wrote over 400 radio dramas that aired on CBC, BBC, SABC South Africa and CJOR; did live broadcast from atop Lions Gate Bridge during construction CJOR circa 1937; radio liaison officer Captain Diespecker Canadian Army Ottawa World War II; co-writer Comrades in Arms CBC Radio 1942; Radio Director/columnist The Vancouver Daily Province 1949-early 1950s; author of novels and poetry including Elizabeth 1950, Rebound 1953 and Three Windows West 1956; public relations San Francisco 1958.  Died in San Francisco February 11, 1973 at age 65.  Dick Diespecker audio 


Rik Diespecker - Click for larger photo Rik Diespecker - Son of Dick Diespecker; active member UBC Radio Society 1948-51; news/weather/sports weekends CKMO Vancouver 1948-51


Guo Ding - Click to enlarge Guo Ding - Book author; newspaper columnist Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan and North America including China Times Vancouver; host/commentator Taiwan Strait and Three Places Talentvision TV Vancouver; radio journalist CHKG-FM Vancouver; host Mandarin edition Interactive Channel M/OMNI Vancouver current


Janet Dirks - Click to enlarge Janet Dirks - Journalism degree Carleton University Ottawa; law degree University of Victoria; admitted to Manitoba Bar 1987; radio producer Current Affairs then radio arts reporter and host The Arts File then television news reporter CBC Winnipeg and secondments CBC Calgary and The Arts Tonight CBC Radio Toronto 1988-98; reporter VTV/CTV British Columbia 1999-2007; recipient Jack Webster Award for Best Reporting of the Year - Television 2005; CTV Calgary Bureau Chief 2007-09; CTV News Middle East Bureau Chief 2009; CTV Alberta Bureau Chief 2009-current


Hugh Dixon - Click for recent photo Hugh Dixon - Weekend/overnight host CFMI-FM Vancouver to 2004; p.m. drive CHTT-FM Victoria 2004-07; CIZL-FM Regina 2007; p.m. drive CKCK-FM Regina 2007-09; Financial Services Manager Wheaton Chevrolet Regina 2009-12; Financial Services Manager GSL Chev City Calgary 2012-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Mike Dixon 1960s - Click for 1977 & 2000 photos Mike Dixon - CFCP/CFWB Courtenay/Campbell River 1965-69; CFUN Vancouver 1969; CKQR Castlegar 1969-70; CFWB Campbell River 1970-71; Chuck Cook talk show producer then news CJOR Vancouver 1971-78 and news stringer mid 1980s; Bureau of Broadcast Measurement (BBM) Vancouver 1990-93.  Died in Vancouver August 2, 2001 at age 54



Scott Dixon - CJDC Dawson Creek; CJIB Vernon; CFCP Courtenay circa 1966; CFUN/CKVN Vancouver late 1960s; CKNW New Westminster; CFAX Victoria; CBC-TV Vancouver 1970s-80s


Bill Dobson - Click to enlarge Bill Dobson - CHUB Nanaimo 1949; CJVI Victoria early 1950s; CKLG North Vancouver 1955-61; reporter/editor CBC-TV Vancouver 1961-86 and co-host The Best Years 1986-87; Senior Editor CBC Radio Vancouver 1987-89; retired 1989.  Died in Princeton BC November 24, 2006 at age 75


Mark Docherty - Click to enlarge Mark Docherty - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate; Partner Toxigon Vancouver 1996-2002; fire fighter City of Burnaby 1997-2001; play by play Rugby Canada Games Rogers Sportsnet 1998-2001; news anchor Breakfast Television Citytv Vancouver 2001-11; President Docherty Developments Inc. 2011-current; Project Manager Jones Lang LaSalle Vancouver 2014-current; British Columbia Association of Broadcasters Broadcaster Performer of Tomorrow 2003.  LinkedIn profile 



D. Dodd - Listed as news reader in newspaper ad CKNW New Westminster 1947



Marion Dodd - BCIT Broadcast graduate; on-air CFOX-FM Vancouver mid 1980s; film production current


Mike Dodman - Click for larger 1975 photo Mike Dodman - Evening host CJJC Langley 1969-mid 1970s; moved to Westminster Abbey in Mission BC as Brother Francis, where he lived until succumbing to cancer in 1990's


Kurtis Doering - Click to enlarge
Kurtis Doering - University of Regina School of Journalism graduate; intern CKOM Saskatoon 2010; show producer CJTR-FM Regina 2010; anchor/reporter CJNB North Battleford SK 2012; reporter CJME Regina 2012-13; reporter/anchor CKOM 2013-16; web editor/reporter CKWX Vancouver 2016-current


Terry Dolan - Click for 1976 CBC photo
Terry Dolan - Print and broadcast reporter; CHAN-TV Vancouver; CKWX Vancouver early 1960s; CBC News Vancouver 1963-94; retired to Canim Lake in BC Cariboo 1994.  Died in Vancouver area October 28, 2013 at age 79


John Donabie - Click for larger photo John Donabie - CKLB Oshawa 1966-67; middays CKFH Toronto 1967-71; CHUM-FM Toronto late night 1971-72/p.m. drive 1972-75;  middays CJFM-FM Montreal 1975-76; p.m. drive CKLG-FM Vancouver 1976-77; launched/p.m. drive CILQ-FM Toronto 1977-79; host national CBC-TV show Afternoon Delight summer 1979; p.m. drive CHUM-FM 1979-82; middays/music director CFGM Toronto 1982-85; swing CFRB/middays CKFM Toronto 1985-89; middays/mornings CKYC Toronto 1989-92; launched/p.m. drive CISS-FM Toronto 1992-95; weekend mornings/alternate morning talk show host CFRB 1995-2010; morning host CJRT-FM Toronto 2010-11; retired


Adam Donaldson - Click to enlarge Adam Donaldson - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate; reporter/producer Delta Cable TV 2003-05; reporter/anchor CKWX Vancouver 2004-09; Vancouver Police Department constable 2009-current


Jacquie Donaldson - Click to enlarge Jacquie Donaldson - CKAR Oshawa ON circa 1980; morning co-host CHFM-FM Calgary 1983-87; p.m. drive co-host CHFM-FM 1987-90; morning co-host CISS-FM Toronto 1995-98; corporate aide Rawlco Communications Saskatoon 1998-99; news anchor CKWX Vancouver 1998-2000; assistant news director CKWX 2000-02; news director/program director CKWX 2002-09; retired in Powell River BC 2010-current.  LinkedIn profile


Kyle Donaldson - Click to enlarge Kyle Donaldson - Applied Communication Camosun College Victoria; news reporter/anchor CFJC-TV Kamloops 2006-07; news producer then reporter/anchor Breakfast Television Citytv Vancouver 2007-current; Jack Webster award for Best Community Reporting and Edward R. Murrow award for Best Hard News Feature


Terry Donnelly - Click to enlarge Terry Donnelly - BCIT Journalism Graduate 1977; stringer CJOR Vancouver 1976; intern BCTV Vancouver 1977; reporter, editor, news reader, specials producer, occasional program host CBC Radio Vancouver 1976-2015; retired 2015; BC RTNDA award winner 1991 & 2007; Jack Webster award for Best Reporter Radio 1992; CBC Radio Mentor of the Year 2006


Theo Donnelly 2003 - Click for 1973 CJVB photo Theo Donnelly - 1YZ/1ZC Rotorua & head office Wellington New Zealand 1964-65; 1XW/Radio Waikato Hamilton New Zealand 1970-71; CJDC Dawson Creek BC 1971-72; CJAT Trail BC 1972-73; CJVB Vancouver 1973-93 (morning news May 1975-September 1993)


Debra Donohue - Click to enlarge Debra Donohue - CHRX Vancouver 1988-90; sales CHRX/CJJR-FM Vancouver 1989-93; sales CKZZ-FM/CISL Vancouver 1993-95; Tony n' Tina's Wedding actor 1995-98 and media/promotions 1995-current; fill-in news CFOX-FM/CKLG Vancouver 1996-98; fill-in entertainment reporter BCTV Vancouver 1996; host Rogers Cable Daytime 1997-98; actor and voice talent Info-Chip Communications current.  Debra's website


Mike Donovan - Click to enlarge Mike Donovan - PM drive CKXY Vancouver 1988; actor with appearances in numerous TV shows; voiceover actor Los Angeles current


Tim Donovan 2005 - Click to enlarge Tim Donovan - CKX-FM Brandon MB late 80s; CKLG Vancouver early 1990s; CKNW/CFMI-FM mid 1990s; CKKS-FM Vancouver late 1990s; PA announcer Vancouver Whitecaps/BC Lions 1990s-current; weekends/fill-in CFMI-FM Vancouver 2007-current


Jasmin Doobay - Click to enlarge Jasmin Doobay - BCIT Broadcast graduate 1992; CKLZ-FM Kelowna 1992-93; weekend news CFOX-FM Vancouver 1993; news/traffic CFMI-FM/CKNW Vancouver 1993-97; part time traffic/weather VTV Breakfast CIVT-TV Vancouver 1997-2002; morning news then News DirectorAssistand Program Director CKOV/CKLZ-FM Kelowna 2003-17; motorcycle instructor V-Twin Okanagan 2013-current; PD CKLZ-FM 2017-current.  LinkedIn profile    


Dave Doroghy - Click to enlarge Dave Doroghy - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate; all nights/weekend DJ CJOR Vancouver 1978-83; Account Director Palmer Jarvis (DDB) Advertising 1984-90; part time instructor BCIT 1987 to current; sponsorship sales Victoria Commonwealth Games 1991-94; Director of Business Development Orca Bay Sports & Entertainment 1994-2000; Vice President Vancouver Grizzlies/Memphis Grizzlies 2000-02; marketing consultant Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Bid Corporation 2002-03; Director of Sponsorship Sales London (UK) 2012 Summer Olympic Bid Corporation 2003-04; Director of Sponsorship Sales Vancouver Organizing Committee for 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games VANOC 2005-10; Toronto 2015 Pan American Games 2010-13; Olympic Sponsorship Consultant current.  Personal Website  Professional Website 


Steve Dotto - Click to enlarge Steve Dotto - Sales and Marketing Manager Motion Works 1992-94; President DDC Productions Inc. 2001-11; President Galileo Consulting Ltd. Vancouver 1990-current; Host/Executive Producer Dotto Tech Vancouver 1994-current including Citytv Vancouver 2000-08 and CISL Vancouver.  LinkedIn profile  


Ab Douglas - Click to enlarge Ab Douglas - (Ab Douglas Driediger) Parliamentary correspondent/CTV National News co-anchor with Peter Jennings 1962-64 and Harvey Kirck 1964-67; CBC foreign correspondent Moscow, Bonn, London and Middle East 1967-73; CBC National British Columbia correspondent CBC Television Vancouver 1973-76; retired and living in Kelowna current; active with Mennonite International Aid programs current


Greg Douglas CKWX 1975 - Click for recent photo Greg Douglas - Original Vancouver Canucks public relations director/assistant general manager early 1968-76; sports CKLG Vancouver to 1974; sports CKWX Vancouver 1974 and CJAZ-FM/CKKS-FM Vancouver 1980s; Dr. Sport CJJR-FM/CKBD Vancouver early 1990s-2005; weekly Saturday sports column Vancouver Sun 2002-current; morning sports segment CKWX 2006-09; media category inductee BC Sports Hall of Fame 2010. 


Karl Douglas - Click to enlarge
Karl Douglas - All night DJ CJCH Halifax 1979; evenings VOCM St. John's NF 1980-82; swing CIRK-FM Edmonton 1982-87 (Music Director 1985-87); swing CKRA-FM Edmonton 1989-91; swing CFMI-FM Vancouver 1991-96; p.m. drive CKLG Vancouver and weekend mornings CFOX-FM Vancouver 1996-2000; swing CISL Vancouver 2000-02; p.m. drive CHBE-FM Victoria 2002-04; overnight/weekends/music co-ordinator CFMI-FM 2002-07; talent coach Air Cast Talent Vancouver 2005-13; announcer CIRK-FM/CKRA-FM Edmonton 2013-currentLinkedIn profile


B.J. Doyle - Click to enlarge B.J. Doyle - CJJC Langley 1978; CKAY Duncan 1979; CFJC Kamloops 1979-80; CHIQ-FM Winnipeg 1980-82; CKOM Saskatoon 1982-85; CKRA-FM Edmonton 1985-89; CISL Vancouver on-air 1989-92, PD 1992-93; morning show CISQ-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler 1996-2001; member Parachute Voice Tracking 2003; all-make leasing & sales Greg Gardner Motors Squamish 2003; sales & marketing representative Visitors Choice Magazine 2003-09; account manager/weekends on air CISQ-FM/CISW-FM 2009-10; sales & advertising manager Coast Reporter Sechelt 2010-12; Account Manager CKAY Gibsons 2012-13 and on-air 2013; Account Manager CKEE-FM Whistler 2013-15; Account Manager CKAY Gibsons 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile


Dick Doyle circa CJVB 1979 - Click for recent NRC photo Dick Doyle - CKLB/CKQS-FM Oshawa ON 1973-75; CJOY Guelph ON 1975; news reporter CJVB Vancouver 1978-80; reporter/news reader CISL Richmond 1980-82; Chief of Staff to federal cabinet ministers; author on history of science and invention; National Research Council of Canada 1987-current


Tory Doyle - Click for alternate photo Tory Doyle - Co-host magazine cable TV show late 1970s; office manager then traffic & features reporter/office support CISL Richmond early 1980s; traffic reporter CKWX/CJAZ-FM Vancouver mid 1980s; Promotion Manager IKEA Canada Ottawa; Promotion Manager CJSB Ottawa; freelance promotional consulting Maritimes; now living in St. John's NF


John Driainie CBC photo - Click to enlarge
John Drainie - Announcer/technician/actor/writer CJOR Vancouver 1939; actor in radio plays CJOR, CBU and CKNW Vancouver late 1930s-44; joined CBC Vancouver 1941; moved to Toronto 1944; actor/narrator in numerous TV productions 1949-66; co-anchor CBC-TV’s This Hour Has Seven Days 1964; John Drainie Award  presented by ACTRA to individuals making significant contribution to Canadian broadcasting 1968-current.  Died in Toronto October 30, 1966 at age 50.  CCF biography 


Mark Drelich - Click to enlarge
Mark Drelich - Radio Broadcasting diploma Humber College Toronto 2013; swing announcer Humber College Radio 2011-13; Street Team Host Corus Entertainment Edmonton summer 2012 & 2013; as Mark D CKNO-FM Edmonton 2013-16; evenings CKPK-FM Vancouver 2016; CKNO-FM 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile


Norm Drew - Click for Gastown Gang photo Norm Drew - DJ/Announcer CJRL Kenora ON 1958-59; University of Alberta College of Art Calgary 1961; animator numerous productions including The Beatles Yellow Submarine, Heavy Metal The Movie and The Chipmunk Adventure 1968-87; CEO Norm Drew Productions Vancouver 1974-80; producer/director/animator numerous TV commercials and Dr. Bundolo CBC Radio Vancouver; host BCTV series Gastown Gang 1976-78; overseas production animation director in Asia for Hollywood studios 1986-98; founding instructor Vancouver Film School's Classical Animation program 1992; CEO The Academy of Classical Animation 1995-current; CEO Norm Drew Animation Consulting Services current; several awards including Variety Club Telethon performer citation Vancouver & World Animation Festival.  Norm's website


Anne Drewa - Click for larger photo at CTV Halifax Anne Drewa - Graduate UBC Vancouver; graduate BCIT Broadcast program 1999; CKRD-TV Red Deer AB circa 2000; reporter/morning anchor Atlantic Television Halifax circa 2001-05; Global BC reporter/fill-in and weekend anchor 2005-13, News Hour Final anchor 2013-15 and consumer reporter 2015-current and Global News at 11 co-anchor 2016-current; recipient two national RTNDA award scholarships and Jack Webster Award for 2010 Best News Reporting of the Year.  LinkedIn profile   


Jill Drews - Click to enlarge Jill Drews - Graduate BCIT Broadcast program 2007; news reporter Kootenays; writer then reporter CKWX Vancouver 2008-current


Marke Driesschen - Click for larger photo Marke Driesschen - Technology Radio-TV Arts, Seneca College Toronto 1979; CFMC-FM Saskatoon; weathercaster STV Saskatoon; weather/entertainment/feature reporter CKND-TV Winnipeg; stand-up comic including Punchlines Vancouver; stage, screen and TV actor including Smallville, Mr. Magoo, The Core, and The Dead Zone; host Your Town CKVU-TV Vancouver 1991; weather specialist CKVU-TV/CityPulse News Citytv Vancouver 1991-2006; host Children's Miracle Network Telethon 1993-2000; Leo Award 1998; weathercaster/host CTV British Columbia 2006-current; fill-in host then midday co-host CFUN Vancouver 2008-09.  LinkedIn profile 


Simon Druker - Click to enlarge
Simon Druker - Journalism certificate Langara College 2011; reporter/photographer Fort Saskatchewan Record (AB) 2009; general assignment reporter Spruce Grove Examiner Spruce Grove AB 2009-10; sports writer futurejays.com Vancouver 2011; freelance journalist The Canadian Press 2010-current; TV writer/production assistant Life&Style with Zara CHEK-TV Victoria 2011-current; traffic reporter CKWX Vancouver 2012-current.  LinkedIn profile


Brian Dubreuil 1989 - Click for recent photo Brian Dubreuil - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate 1979; CKWX Vancouver 1979; CBC Maritimes reporter then Newsworld producer CBC Television 1984-2014; Gemini Awards for both producer and reporter; radio/TV contract work 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile  


Chris Duchaine - Click to enlarge
Chris Duchaine - Producer CJMG-FM Penticton 2007-08; production and creative manager CIGV-FM Penticton 2008-10; traffic announcer CISL and CHHR-FM Vancouver 2012-current; Psycho Kitty TV host Discovery Channel UK (produced in Vancouver) 2012-currentChris Duchaine website 


Bob Duck - Click to enlarge Bob Duck - Announcer CFCP Courtenay 1974-75; sports director/morning host/PD/manager/GSM 1975-92 CHTK Prince Rupert (except CJYR Edson AB 1984); morning host/manager CHOR Summerland 1992-95; news/sports/CJNW business news CKNW/CJNW/WIC Vancouver 1996-2001; overnight news anchor CKNW/Corus Radio Network 2003-04; sales manager 2004 then morning show co-host/news director 2004-09 CHVN-FM Winnipeg; ND CJCD-FM Yellowknife 2009-10; Siloam and Lighthouse Missions Winnipeg 2010-12; manager/morning show co-host CHJJ-FM Cobourg ON 2012-13; news director/morning co-host CHBN-FM Edmonton 2013-14; news director CFVR-FM 103.7 Fort McMurray AB 2014; retired 2014


Dan Du Gas - Click to enlarge
Dan Du Gas - BCIT Broadcast graduate 1978; operator CKLG Vancouver 1975; promotions department/on-air weekend evenings CKWX Vancouver 1976; news CJCI-FM Prince George summer 1977; PD CIBC-FM Prince George 1978-86; CIOI-FM/CKPG Prince George then Senior Account Manager, Jim Pattison Broadcast group Prince George and on-air weekends CKDV-FM Prince George 1988-current 


Daryl Duke - Click for larger photo Daryl Duke - Editor/writer/director National Film Board of Canada; producer/director CBUT Vancouver 1953-58; documentary/drama producer including Wojeck and This Hour Has Seven Days CBC Toronto 1958-60s; moved to US 1960s; Emmy Award winner 1971 for an episode of NBC series The Senator; founder/first President/CEO CKVU-TV Vancouver 1976; TV director including Payday, Tai-Pan and The Thorn Birds 1980s; sold ownership in CKVU-TV 1988; inducted into Canadian Association of Broadcasters Broadcast Hall of Fame 2000.  Detailed biography  Died in West Vancouver October 21, 2006 at age 77


Steve Dunbar - Click for recent photo Steve Dunbar - BCIT Radio Broadcast Diploma 1986; host CFOX-FM Vancouver 1986-2000; evening host CFMI-FM Vancouver 2000-09; middays then a.m. drive CHHR-FM Vancouver 2009-10; RE/MAX Select Realty 2011-current.  LinkedIn profile  Steve Dunbar website


Bill Duncan - Click for alternate photo Bill Duncan - Chief announcer CKNW New Westminster 1944-early 1950s


Chris "Dunner" Duncombe - Click to enlarge Chris "Dunner" Duncombe - As Dunner CKVX-FM Vancouver to 2003; assistant PD then PD/music director CFOX-FM Vancouver 2002-13 and CFMI-FM Vancouver 2010-13 and senior PD/director of interactive media Corus Radio Vancouver 2002-13; Canadian Music Week (CMW) Music Director of the Year 2005; Morning News music correspondent Global Television Vancouver 2008-current; Director, New Media, Corus Radio 2013-current.  LinkedIn profile


Kate Dunlevy - Click to enlarge Kate Dunlevy - Columbia Academy graduate; traffic reporter CKBD/CJJR-FM Vancouver 1999-2003; on hold messaging Joe Fortes Restaurant Vancouver 2002-03; back-up vocals Squadcar Tokyo Japan 2004; voiceover talent Vancouver 2004-current 



Bob Dunn - Vancouver Sun 1970-72; Montreal Star 1972-78; Montreal Alouettes games CJAD Montreal 1978-82; Whitecaps colour commentator CKWX Vancouver 1983


Jeremy Dunn - Click to enlarge Jeremy Dunn - BCIT broadcast program graduate 2000; news/traffic reporter CKWX Vancouver 1999-2000; reporter/host CFTK-TV/radio Terrace BC 2000; athletics media relations/sports information director Simon Fraser University 2000-02; reporter/host Citytv Vancouver 2000-03; advertising & communications Curve Communications Group Ltd Vancouver 2003-08; VP Laura Ballance Media Group Vancouver 2008-13; Executive Director BC Salmon Farmers Association 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Edgar Dunning - Click to enlarge Edgar Dunning - Editor 1935-42, publisher 1942-64 and co-publisher 1964-80 Delta Optimist; founding member Kinsmen Club of Ladner 1935, Delta Community Band Society 1964 and Delta Historical and Museum Society 1969; creator/host Neighbourly News CBC Radio Vancouver 1961-87; Rambling columnist Delta Optimist 1989-current; recipient Delta’s first Freedom of the Municipality Award 2004.  Final 1986 Neighbourly News audio


Estefania Duran - Click to enlarge
Estefania Duran -  Journalism diploma London School of Journalism 2014; BCIT Broadcast Media and Online Journalism graduate 2016; Sponsorship Committee Simon Fraser University Lip Dub 2011-12; President/Co-Founder Society of Arts and Social Sciences & President Political Science Student Union SFU 2011-12 & External Relations Officer & Finance Director Canadian Political Science Students' Association 2011-13/proofreader The Peak & Journal Editor Political Science Student Union 2012-13/Copy Editor/Creator and Host Shut up and Listen Web Series The Peak 2013; freelance journalist/writer 2014; Intern CKNW Vancouver 2014; Beat Reporter BCIT Link Magazine 2014-15/Senior Editor 2015; Intern Global TV Vancouver 2015; Reporter/Assignment Editor Evolution 107.9 2014-16; Beat Reporter CKNW 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile  Brief CKNW audio clip 


Jay Durant - Click for larger photo Jay Durant - CTV News Toronto; weekend 6 p.m. sports anchor ITV Edmonton; Sports Page CHEK-TV Victoria early 2000s-05; sports anchor/reporter BCTV/Global BC Vancouver current


Sudhir Dutta - Click to enlarge
Sudhir Dutta - Program director/show host CJRJ Vancouver 2006-current


Eric Dwyer - Click to enlarge Eric Dwyer - Sportscaster/public affairs CBC Vancouver 1980s-90s; co-host Sunday Golf Report CKST Vancouver circa 2000; personality/golf course/memorabilia artist current; Media Relations Coordinator Tour de Delta, Tour de White Rock mid 2000s; fill-in sports anchor BCTV Vancouver



Al Dylan - CKLG Vancouver circa 1976; CKGM Montreal circa 1976; p.m. drive CKLW Windsor 1978-79


Jesse Dylan - Click to enlarge Jesse Dylan - BCIT broadcast program graduate; as Mike Woodman CJJC Langley 1976; CJVI Victoria 1977; CKLG Vancouver 1979; CJOR Vancouver; as Steve Woodman CHIM-FM Kelowna 1982; morning co-host CFCN Calgary 1984; as Jesse Dylan mornings CILQ-FM Toronto 1987-89; mornings CFTR Toronto 1991-93; CHOG Toronto 1993-95; CILQ-FM 1995-97; CHMJ Vancouver 2002-03; host The Good Life Show CKNW Vancouver 2004-05 and CFUN Vancouver/CHUM Radio Network 2005 and Sirius Satellite Radio 2006-current; host The Good Life Revolution CIRH-FM Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile  


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