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Michelle Ha – Former Korean news anchor OMNI Television Vancouver


Darlene Haber - Click for larger photo Darlene Haber - Honors BA sociology and political science University of California Berkeley 1969; features including On the Scene CKWX Vancouver early 1980s; news producer BCTV Vancouver/CTV 1986-91; owner/executive producer MediaVision Productions Incorporated 1991-currentLinkedIn profile 



Lorna Haber - Reporter/part time news reader CJOR Vancouver early 1980s; CBU Vancouver including Vancouver Almanac 1990s


Sabeen Habib - Click for larger photo Sabeen Habib - Promotions CHUM Radio Group Vancouver 2004-07; graduate Columbia Academy Vancouver 2009; traffic reporter CKWX Vancouver 2009-current


John Hadley - Click to enlarge
John Hadley - News CFUN Vancouver early 1990s; co-host with J.J. Richards John and JJ Show CFUN late 1990s; host Greenleaf Garden Talk CFUN early 2000s; news director/morning news CHQM-FM Vancouver to 2013


Gerry Haggman - Click to enlarge Gerry Haggman - Previous owner owner retail building supply store; head of export, import and sales agency firm current; director Canadian Vintage Radio Society current; home improvement tips CTV early morning shows 1999-current; co-host with Fred Tutt weekly Fred and Gerry Home Improvement CKBD Vancouver to 2008 and CISL Vancouver 2008-12.  The Workshop website


Dean Hagopian 1970s - Click for current photo Dean Hagopian - Lead singer the Staccatos 1963-64 which became The Five Man Electrical Band in 1968; The Dean of Montreal morning host then p.m. drive CFOX Montreal 1967-70; morning host CKVN Vancouver 1971; host Solid Gold Show CJFM-FM Montreal 1970s; CKGB Timmins ON circa 1980; actor numerous TV and feature films 1980-current; CKOY Ottawa early 1980s; a.m. drive CKMR-FM Windsor 1988


Randy Hahn - Click to enlange photo courtesy FSN Bay Area Randy Hahn - CKRW Whitehorse YT; Edmonton Oilers sports reporter; sports CKWX Vancouver; Vancouver Canucks sports reporter CKNW Vancouver; play-by-play North American and Major Indoor Soccer League San Diego Sockers 1982-92; fill-in play-by-play San Jose Sharks Fox Sports Net Bay Area 1991-93 and play-by-play Sharks FSN Bay Area 1993-current; announcer World Cup ABC/ESPN 1994.  LinkedIn profile 


Aamer Haleem - Click to enlarge Aamer Haleem - Associate producer TSN Toronto; community TV Mississauga ON; host Red Alert music video network Channel V Hong Kong 1996-97; host VTV Breakfast VTV Vancouver 1997-2001; host Bands Reunited 2004 and Top 20 Countdown VH1 Los Angeles 2001-07; host The Point CBC Radio 1 2008-09; co-host CTV Morning Live CTV British Columbia 2011-14.  LinkedIn profile 


Kimberly Halkett - Click for alternate enlargement Kimberly Halkett - Investigative reporter/anchor BCTV Vancouver 1993-97; news anchor Vancouver Television CIVT 1997-98; correspondent America’s Most Wanted 1999-2000; INNX News health correspondent for ABC News affiliates 2001; Global National correspondent Global Television 2002-06; anchor/correspondent Al Jazeera International Washington DC 2006-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Andy Hall CFUN 1966 - Click for recent photo
Andy Hall - (Andy Halychuk) Host The Andy Hall Show Saturday/Sunday overnights CFUN Vancouver 1965-66; retired from radio; sales then sales manager Jordan's Rugs Vancouver, Lethbridge and Edmonton 1962-early 1970s; clerk flight dispatcher Pacific Western Airlines Vancouver 1975-77; manager Vancouver Flying School 1977-2005; transit operator/bus training instructor/transit supervisor BC Hydro/BC Transit/Coast Mountain Bus Company retired 2005; private pilot Abbotsford Flying Club current


Christian Hall - Click to enlarge Christian Hall - Radio and television Humber College Toronto 1994; operator/announcer CKKW Kitchener ON 1991-92; operator
CILQ-FM/CHOG Toronto 1993-96; announcer CJXY-FM Hamilton 1994-98; announcer CILQ-FM 1998; assistant music director/announcer CFMI-FM Vancouver 1998-99 and music director/assistant program director CFMI-FM 1999-2000; APD CFMI-FM/CFOX-FM Vancouver 2000-02; PD CJKR-FM Winnipeg 2002-04; PD CILQ-FM 2004-06; CKIK-FM/CFGQ-FM Calgary 2004-06; operations manager/PD CFEX-FM Calgary 2006-current and national program manager Harvard Broadcasting 2011-currentLinkedIn profile 


Jon Hall - Click to enlarge
John Hall - BCIT Broadcast Media Communications & Online Journalism graduate 2015; Intern CBC Radio Vancouver 2014;traffic anchor CHMJ Vancouver 2015-current; news anchor CKNW Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Rebecca Hall - Click to enlarge Rebecca Hall - BA Sociology University of British Columbia; BCIT Broadcast Journalism diploma 1995; morning show co-host and promotions director CISQ-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler 2002-05; sales promotions/host Best of BC CTV British Columbia 2005-15; Manager of Internal Marketing Lions Gate Hospital Foundation North Vancouver 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile  


Mike Halleran 1973 - Click to enlarge Mike Halleran - Commercial writer/news CKCQ Quesnel early 1960s; news then News Director CJOR Vancouver mid 1960s; news CKWX Vancouver 1960s; news reporter 1967-69 then Farm & Fisheries Commentator 1969-73 CBC Television Vancouver; contract reporter energy and environmental issues for Hourglass, Pacific Report, Pacific Prime Time, This Land, Country Canada, and Take Thirty CBC Television 1970s; TV documentary producer including Canada's Water - For Sale? (1970); The Energy Crisis: A Time to Choose (1971); The Cities We Build (1974); and Canada Tomorrow (1974); began producing Westland Television, Knowledge Network 1983; co-recipient Bill Young Award of Excellence in Integrated Forest Management 1987; received Volunteer of the Year Award (renamed the Jim Rodney RPF Award) from the Association of B.C. Forest Professionals 2005.  Died July 4, 2008 in Nelson BC at age 73.  


Don Hamilton CKLG 1964 - Click for recent photo Don Hamilton (Donald M.E. Hamilton) - Morning host CFCH North Bay ON 1951; morning host CJKL Kirkland Lake ON 1951; sportscaster/colour commentator CKOY Ottawa 1952; National Press Gallery Ottawa reporter to 7 ON radio stations 1953; VP sales CKOY Ottawa 1955; GM CKSL London ON 1959; GSM CKLG North Vancouver 1961; VP Moffat Communications and GM CKLG Vancouver 1964-78; founder CKLG-FM Vancouver 1964; President BCAB 1968; President CAB 1972; co-founder BC Knowledge Network 1979; TV interviewer Vancouver Sunday Morning 1980-84; back-up host The John Reynolds Show CJOR Vancouver 1980-84; President and launched CIOF Vancouver 1986; co-founder satellite broadcast company Memex International Vancouver 1989; first broadcaster to serve on CBC Board of Directors 1989; consultant/Board Chairman CFBT-FM Vancouver 2000; CAB Half Century Club 2002; recipient of numerous awards including BCAB Broadcaster of the Year; president General Communications Corporation late 1970s-2012.  Died in Victoria December 2, 2012 at age 80



Jaylene Hamilton - Evenings then Electric Lunch host CFOX-FM Vancouver 1980-86; weekends CJAZ-FM Vancouver mid 1980s; as Jaylene Larose traffic reporter/weekend morning co-host CFUN Vancouver early 1990s; TV and movie actor, including MacGyver 1989, Jennifer Eight 1992, The X Files 1994 and Sliders 1995



Jeff Hamilton - Son of Don Hamilton; CJFW Smithers BC; CFBV Weyburn SK; CKY Winnipeg; CKLG AM/FM Vancouver; CKWX/CKKS-FM Vancouver.  Died August 15, 1987 at age 28.


John Hamilton - Click for CFJC, CKWX, KPAT & recent photos John Hamilton - Announcer CFJC Kamloops 1955-56; New York University 1956-59; sales CKDA Victoria 1959; CKWX Vancouver 1960; Group Sales Manager (KQBY San Francisco, KBUZ AM/FM Phoenix, KSDO AM/FM San Diego) KCBQ San Diego and Vice President/Manager KPAT AM/FM San Francisco 1960-71; Founder/President AMI News sports news bureau 1971-99; ABC Radio commentator at Innsbruck, Lake Placid, Sarajevo Winter Olympic Games; travel/leisure talk show host KGO San Francisco 1984-current; multi award winner for outdoor sports broadcasts



Russell Hamilton - Son of Don Hamilton; FOX mascot CFOX-FM Vancouver 1979; all-night and weekends CFOX-FM/CKLG 1979-84; as Russ James CKKS-FM Vancouver 1985; as Russ Hamilton: afternoon drive CIRK-FM Edmonton 1986; middays CHFM-FM Calgary 1987; morning show CKXY Vancouver 1988-89; mornings CHRX Vancouver 1990-92; swing CFMI-FM/CKNW Vancouver 1995-96; producer/performer for theater, television, film and promotional events New York current



Herb Hamm - News CFAC Calgary late 1970s-early 1980s; afternoon business editor CKWX Vancouver mid 1990s-96


Reg Hampton - Click for larger photo Reg Hampton - Graduate Broadcast Journalism B.C. Institute of Technology 1988; network news anchor CKNW New Westminster 1988-98; weekend news producer/anchor BCTV Vancouver 1998-2006; award winner Radio and Television News Directors' Association and B.C. Association of Broadcasters 2002; reporter CFCN-TV Calgary 2006-current      


Mike Hanafin - Click to enlarge Mike Hanafin - News CFNY Toronto 1984-88; sports CFRB Toronto 1989-94; writer/producer TSN 1995-2001; writer The Weather Network 2001-05; writer/producer City TV Vancouver 2005; writer/reporter/midday web editor CKWX Vancouver 2005-10


Todd Hancock - Click to enlarge Todd Hancock - BCIT Radio Broadcast Program graduate 1996 (appointed to Advisory Board 2005); afternoons/assistant music director CFBV Smithers 1997; evenings CIRX-FM Prince George 1997-99; afternoons/assistant PD CJCI Prince George 1997-2000; senior swing CFOX-FM Vancouver 2000-01; mornings CFEX-FM Victoria 2001-02; evenings/Rock Report CFOX-FM 2002-03; mornings CFOX-FM 2003; Rock Report CFOX-FM 2003-10; afternoons CFOX-FM 2003-14; TODDCast Podcast host 2015-current.  Todd Hancock website  LinkedIn profile 


David Hankinson 1960s - click for current photo David Hankinson - Head of Photography Dept. Prince Rupert Daily News 1963; announcer/Music Director CHTK Prince Rupert 1965-69; news CHQT Edmonton 1969-72; news CKXL Calgary 1972-74; News Director CJOK Fort McMurray AB 1974-75; news CBC Winnipeg 1975-76; News Director CHQR Calgary 1976-77; News Director CFRY Portage la Prairie MB 1977-78; Assistant News Director CJOR Vancouver 1978-1980; Broadcast News/Canadian Press Vancouver/Victoria (Legislative Press Gallery Victoria 1981-82) 1980-86; News Director CIOF/CKXY Vancouver 1986-87; Assistant News Director CJOR 1987-88; News Director CKRD Red Deer AB 1988-89; retired from radio 1989; David Hankinson Photography, Computer Consulting, Holland America (Seasonal-Tourism) Whitehorse YT to 2009.  Died December 2 at age 64 when the truck he was driving hit the Racing River Bridge, located six kms south of Toad River, BC.



Murray Hanna - Interview program Rupert at Noon and afternoon progressive rock program CFPR Prince Rupert early 1970s; Saturday afternoon show from Prince Rupert on Western Canada CBC Radio Network; summer relief CBC Radio Vancouver 1972; later CBC Radio Vancouver; retired and living in Calgary


Ian Hanomansing - Click to enlarge Ian Hanomansing - Honours B.A. political science/sociology Mount Allison University Sackville NB; Law Degree Dalhousie University Halifax NS; CKDH Amherst NS 1979; CKCW Moncton NB; CHNS Halifax early 1980s; CBC Television Halifax 1986; CBC Maritimes and Toronto bureaus; CBC Vancouver network reporter/anchor/host 1988-current; covered Exxon Valdez oil spill 1989, Los Angeles riots 1992, Stanley Cup riot 1994, handover of Hong Kong from Great Britain 1997 and five Olympic Games; host numerous CBC radio/TV programs; co-anchor supper hour news CBUT Vancouver 2000-2010; west coast news correspondent CBC news The National 2010-current; Gemini Award for Best News Anchor 2008


Kirk Hansen early 1980s - Click to enlarge Kirk Hansen  (Kirk Wilson) - CKLG-FM Vancouver 1970; CKPG Prince George early 1970s; CKSO Sudbury ON; CFGO Ottawa; mornings CJAZ-FM and CHQM Vancouver; CFUN late 1980s; retired



Norm Hansen - Farm and fish commentator CBC radio and television Vancouver 1960s-1970s


Heron Hanuman - Click to enlarge Heron Hanuman - School of Radio & Television Arts graduate Ryerson Polytechnic University Toronto 1996; Associate Producer, The Keran Sanders Show CBC Radio Winnipeg 1992; announcer/operator CIFX/CHIQ-FM Winnipeg 1992-93; Editorial Assistant/Associate Producer CBC Television Toronto 1995-97; freelance producer/technical crew for TV & Film productions Vancouver 1998-2000; host/producer Payforview.com Vancouver/Cannes France 1999-2000; general assignment reporter CTV British Columbia 2000-08; Social Media Manager CTV British Columbia 2007-12; instructor School of Business and New Media BCIT Burnaby 2011; producer CTV News Digital Edition/host What's Trending CTV British Columbia 2011-12; field producer etalk Bell Media Vancouver 2011-13; Communications & Marketing Advisory Committee Member Vancouver Heritage Foundation 2011-current; Director of Social Media BC Chapter American Marketing Association Vancouver 2013-14; Principal Double H Creative Vancouver 2013-current; winner RTDNA awards 2009-12.  LinkedIn profile 


Ian Hardacre - Click to enlarge
Ian Hardacre - BCIT Broadcast program graduate 2013; Promotions Associate Rogers Radio Group Vancouver 2011; morning host CKDQ Drumheller 2013-16; traffic reporter CKWX Vancouver 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Ken Hardie - Click to enlarge
Ken Hardie - Producer/operator/weekend all-night fill-in CJOR Vancouver 1971; program director/on-air host CFTK and fill-in CFTK-TV Terrace BC 1971-73; program manager/mornings/open line CFOB Fort Frances ON 1973-76; freelance reporter/feature writer/photographer Thunder Bay Chronicle Journal Thunder Bay ON 1975-76; PD CKX and fill-in CKX-TV Brandon MB 1976-79; PD then promotion director CHNL Kamloops BC 1979-86; Public Affairs Manager Insurance Corporation of British Columbia North Vancouver head office 1986-98; Corporate Director of Communication TransLink Vancouver 1999-2012; Director of Communication - Compass Card & Faregate Project TransLink Vancouver 2012-13; communication consultant PlaceSpeak Inc. 2013-current; President Seniors Commission Liberal Party of Canada in BC 2013-current; Social Media Editor Facts & Opinions Vancouver 2014-current; nominee Federal Liberal Candidate Fleetwood-Port Kells Riding 2015.  LinkedIn profile



Jessica Hare - Graduate Columbia Academy Vancouver 2005; traffic reporter CHQM-FM and talk show producer CFUN Vancouver current


Evelyn Harper - Click to enlarge
Evelyn Harper - CBC Radio Vancouver Farms & Fisheries Department: Stenographer 1939-47, General Clerk 1947-55, Program Assistant 1955-57 and Production Assistant 1957-70; CBC Vancouver Agriculture and Resources program commentator 1970s.  Died March 21, 2017 at age 97 


Greg Harper - Click to enlarge
Greg Harper - BCIT broadcast journalism graduate; junior associate producer then Live Eye host/producer Citytv Vancouver current


Lily Harper - Click to enlarge Lily Harper - Worked in drama with CBC Radio & TV Vancouver mainly between 1950 & 1965; one of actors of the Vancouver Little Theatre circa 1950; actor in productions with Totem Theatre circa mid 1950s; voice-overs for radio commercials; school teacher Vancouver; adjudicator for Community Programs Branch of B.C. Provincial Government for festivals throughout B.C. and Northwest Territories; music and drama educator; speech & voice production private tutor; retired circa 1970.  Died in Vancouver April 18, 2012 at age 89


Margo Harper - Click to enlarge Margo Harper - Reporter Vancouver Sun 1982; reporter/producer Global TV Vancouver 1982-92; reporter/producer CBC Vancouver 1992-98; reporter VTV Vancouver 2000-04; Canadian Journalism Fellow University of Toronto 2004; reporter/foreign editor CTV National News 2004-06; Canadian Association of Journalists Regional Television award 2000; international assignment editor CTV National; news director CTV British Columbia 2006-12; executive producer Leaders Debate Election BC 2013 British Columbia Broadcast Consortium 2013; assignment editor CBC Vancouver 2013-14; Communications Manager Vancouver Park Board City of Vancouver 2014-current; Webster Foundation award Best News Reporting of the Year - Television 1998; four Edward R. Murrow awards for Investigative Reporting, News Series, Website, and Overall Excellence (TV Large Market) 2011.  LinkedIn profile 


Dan Harrington - Click to enlarge Dan Harrington - Graduate Radio Program Mount Royal College Calgary 1982; overnight announcer CJCY Medicine Hat AB 1983-84; overnight announcer CKOM Saskatoon 1984-85; swing CKRA-FM Edmonton 1985-86; evenings CKDQ Drumheller AB 1986-87; evenings CHNL Kamloops 1987-92; mornings/Program Director CKQR Castlegar 1992-97; overnight weekends CFMI-FM Vancouver 1997-99; Account Executive International Automated Transactions Services (IATS) Vancouver current


Jeff Harrington - Click to enlarge
Jeff Harrington - BA Ryerson University Toronto 2008; general assignment reporter Rogers Communications Oshawa ON 2003-08; news reporter intern CBC Edmonton 2008; reporter/cameraperson CTV News London ON 2008; reporter/videographer CTV News Fredericton NB 2008-10; weekend anchor/reporter CTV News Sudbury ON 2010-13; reporter/anchor CTV News Edmonton 2013; national TV correspondent Sun Media Toronto 2013; reporter/editor CBC Vancouver 2013-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Gil Harris CKLG 1975 - click for current photo Doc Harris - As Gil Harris: CKDA/CFMS-FM Victoria 1966-69; CJAT Trail BC 1969-70; AMD CKOM Saskatoon 1970; CKSO Sudbury ON 1970-71; AMD CHAM Hamilton 1971; as Doc Holiday CFTR Toronto 1971-73; as Gil Harris PMD CKLG Vancouver 1973-76; as Doc Harris: AMD CKLG 1976-83; AMD CFMI-FM Vancouver 1984-86; AMD CKKS-FM Vancouver 1986-89; AMD CKXY Vancouver 1989-90; AMD/PMD/weekend fill-in CKNW Vancouver 1990-92; AMD CFUN Vancouver 1992-93; fill-in CKNW 1993-2001; weekends then AMD CISL Vancouver 2002-03; commercials/voice imaging current; co-host weekly feature Dan Gardener's Automotive Intelligence CISL 2006-current; p.m. drive CISL 2007-08.  Doc's Website  



Ellen Harris - Prominent radio broadcaster and interviewer; instrumental in organizing theatre clubs for children including the Humpty Dumpty Theatre Club and the Children's Theatre Club to raise money to provide Christmas gifts for children's hospitals 1920s-30s; host women's show Morning Visit CBC Radio Vancouver 1944-52; active in women's executive organization aimed at promoting high ethical standards in business, Vancouver Zonta Club late 1940s-60s and later International Zonta Club; involved in CBC school broadcasts early 1950s; President Vancouver Ballet Society; chair, building committee UBC International House; public relations officer BCAA and Health Centre for Children.  Died June 15, 1967 in Vancouver at age 63.


John Harris 1980 - Click for recent photo John Harris - Overnight host CHQM Vancouver 1973-77; CJOR Vancouver 1977-78; middays CISL Richmond 1980-86; Executive Producer Tideline Productions; LBC Producer AMI-tv current


Rolf Harris 1963 - Click for newer colour photo Rolf Harris - Australian singer/entertainer, frequently visited Vancouver during 1960s-70s; worked on Spotlight TVW-7 Perth Australia 1959; recorded Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport 1960; Jake the Peg 1966, Vancouver Town 1973 and numerous other singles and albums; host The Rolf Harris Show BCTV Vancouver 1978; has appeared as performer/presenter in dozens of TV programs, mostly in the UK.   Rolf Harris website


Hugh Harrison - Click to enlarge
Hugh Harrison - B.A. English/Drama/Fine Art University of Guelph ON 1979; Jazz program host Guelph University radio CFRU-FM mid 1970s; opened/performed on piano with his jazz band Woodshed Jazz Club Guelph ON 1975-79; wrote/produced historical jazz presentations/weekend jazz program host CJAZ-FM Vancouver 1980-82; wrote/produced soundtracks including original music for Creative House and Producers’ Workshop Vancouver 1980-82 and 1991-93; wrote/produced commercial music and soundtracks for advertising agencies throughout southeast Asia and Africa 1983-91 and 1994-2007; renovated and managed Vogue Theatre Vancouver 1991-94; wrote and produced numerous national events for Singapore government including composition of three of the country’s four official National Day songs 1984-90; International Communication Specialist and Creative Consultant based in Toronto 2011-current.  LinkedIn profile 


"Nick the Guy" Harrison - Click to enlarge
Nick Harrison - Professional actor in numerous movie and TV productions 1995-current; character Nick the Guy: CKZZ-FM Vancouver early 2000s; CJJR-FM Vancouver current


Jaime Hart - Click to enlarge Jaime Hart - Host Hartline CJOR Vancouver 1984-88; relationship advice columnist evalu8.org


Jim Hart - Click to enlarge Jim Hart - CKNW Vancouver; noon news anchor BCTV Vancouver late1980s-early 1990s; co-owner/producer de Lestard & Hart Television Media 1996-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Rudy Hartman CJVB - Click for larger CJVB photo Rudy Hartman - CJAT Trail BC late 1930s; host Symphony Hall evenings CKLG Vancouver 1950s; CHQM Vancouver late 1950s; FM Director CFMS-FM Victoria 1965; CJVB Vancouver 1972-80s; retired late 1980s and living in Saanich BC


John Harvard - Click to enlarge
John Harvard - Rural Manitoba radio 1957; talk show host CJOB Winnipeg 1960s; CBC Television 1970-88 including host Pacific Report CBC Vancouver current affairs series 1979-80 and 24 Hours CBC Winnipeg 1981; Liberal Member of Parliament  for Winnipeg-St. James 1988-97 and Charleswood-Assiniboia 1997-2004; Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba 2004-09; awarded Order of Manitoba 2004 and honourary Doctor of Laws degree from University of Manitoba 2005.  Died in Winnipeg January 9, 2016 at age 77. 


Doug Haslett - Click for larger photo Doug Haslett - Operator/producer CJOR Vancouver 1980; operator/producer CKNW Vancouver; host Classic Radio overnights CKNW Vancouver to 2006


Khalil Hassanali - Click to enlarge
Khalil Hassanali - College of Sports Media Toronto 2016; Transportation Manager FIFA Edmonton 2007; sales Esquire Wholesales Ltd Toronto 2010-current; sports intern CTV Vancouver 2016; traffic anchor CKWX Vancouver 2017-current.  LinkedIn profile


Uncle Billy Hassell circa 1965 - Click to enlarge with circa 1943 photo William George Hassell - Moved to Vancouver from England in 1912; CKCD Vancouver 1920s; registered owner of CHLS Vancouver 1928; first Canadian newscaster to sign off with his own name, and possibly the first to make a singing radio commercial; host country music program CJOR Vancouver 1930s; CJBC and CFRB Toronto circa 1943; Uncle Billy on children's program Squareshooters CKWX Vancouver 1940s; retired to breed collies in Langley 1946.  Died in Langley December 14, 1966 at age 73



Alan Hassen - The Hot Scot talk show with bagpipes opening theme CFUN/CKVN Vancouver late 1960s.


Geoff Hastings - Click to enlarge
Geoff Hastings - Reporter CHNL Kamloops 2007; CFJC-TV Kamloops circa 2010-13; reporter/anchor Global BC/BC1 2013-current


Graham Hatch - Click for recent photo Graham Hatch - Broadcast journalism graduate Fanshawe College and part time CFPL London ON 1982; news reader/reporter CKDA Victoria 1982-83; news CKLG Vancouver 1983-87; co-host LG Morning Zoo CKLG 1987-92; afternoon co-host and musician/lyric writer Rock 101 Twisted Tunes CFMI-FM Vancouver 1992-2011; p.m. drive CHHR-FM Vancouver 2011-12; freelance broadcaster, voice actor and communication specialist 2011-current; Hatching Ideas Creative Solutions Inc./morning news/co-host CHHR-FM 2012-14; p.m. drive host CHLG-FM Vancouver 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile  Website  


"Buddy Clyde" Hatton circa 1960 - Click for recent photo "Buddy Clyde" Hatton - Child actor on Our Gang series; KOBY San Francisco 1957-58; CKWX Vancouver 1958-60; CHAN-TV Vancouver Dance Party Host early 1960s; KSFO, KNEW, KFRC San Francisco; record producer; talent manager; commercial spokesman; travel film production.  Buddy Hatton Productions


Jim Haughton - Click to enlarge Jim Haughton - Early graduate BCIT Broadcast Journalism program; news CKOV Kelowa 1966-68; news producer then Assistant News Director CJJC Langley and freelance reporter Vancouver Sun 1968-73; Managing Editor and columnist as Howie Heerit Northern Sentinel newspaper Kitimat; News Director/talk show host/evening TV news CFTK radio/TV Terrace 1975-78; CKGY Red Deer 1978; Public Relations Alberta Government; retired and living in Lower Mainland


Jim Hault - Click for 1964 CJCA "Emperor Hault" photo Jim Hault - As Emperor Hault CJCA Edmonton 1962-67; CJOR Vancouver 1967-68; CKLG Vancouver 1968-73; CFUN Vancouver 1973-82; CKNW Vancouver 1983-92; voice of news intros/bumpers/promos Global Network Vancouver to 2011.  1976 CFUN aircheck from Rock Radio Scrapbook



David Hawkes - CITR-FM Vancouver late 1980s; weekend evenings CKST Vancouver 1990; national radio representative Nettwerk Records Vancouver 1994-97; voted Vancouver,s #1 Club DJ 1994-99; CKZZ-FM Vancouver late 1990s; Director of Marketing & Artist Relations CKVX-FM Vancouver 2000; host Triple X CFOX-FM Vancouver early 2000s; Concerts and Sessions Producer/host Radio Escapade CBC Radio Two; Director of Marketing NewMusic West 2002; launched Solar Entertainment 2004; DJ/host Rocked Thursdays Plaza Club/CFOX-FM current


Jaxon Hawks - Click for recent photo Jaxon Hawks - Independent artist/lyric writer/music producer; as Big Daddy CKZZ-FM Vancouver 1995-2003 & assistant music director 1996-2004; p.m. drive/music director CKMM-FM Winnipeg 2004-06; music director/middays then p.m. drive CFBT-FM Vancouver 2006-11; entertainment management Wasabi Entertainment Vancouver 2011-current; evenings CJJR-FM Vancouver 2013-current.  LinkedIn profile 



Bill Hawley - Former wrestler; host Good Gardening CKNW New Westminster 1960s-72.  Died October 2, 1972 in New Westminster at age 74


Keith Hayes - Click to enlarge Keith Hayes - Pacific Sports Final CBC Vancouver 1964-67; newsreader/journalist CFUN/CKVN Vancouver 1967-69; beat reporter/News Director CJOR Vancouver 1970-73; head of news BRMB Radio Birmingham England, senior reporter BBC Northern Ireland, Reuters TV, London anchor PBS Nightly Business Report 1973-2000; deputy launch editor TV Novosti, Moscow current


Kevin Hayes - Click to enlarge Kevin Hayes - Actor as news anchor in Antitrust and news co-anchor Along Came a Spider 2001; co-host Candlelight Vigil for Homeless Kids Vancouver 2002; reporter CKNW/CFMI-FM/CHMJ Vancouver to 2008; emcee Celebration of Light fireworks Vancouver 2005; cartoon production/voice imaging/charitable organization spokesperson 2008-current; community events director/on air CHHR-FM Vancouver 2009-13



John Hayland - Vancouver Capilanos commentary CKMO Vancouver circa 1950


Bruce Hayne - Click to enlarge
Bruce Hayne - Partner EMC Publications 1990-current; partner thornleyHAYNE Creative Communications 2002-13; President Surrey Board of Trade; Councillor City of Surrey 2011-current; show host CISF-FM Surrey 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile


Chris Hebb - Click to enlarge Chris Hebb - University of Victoria Vikings basketball player 1975-80; linguistics degree UVic; marine reporter CJVI Victoria circa 1980; fill-in sports host CHEK-TV Victoria 1981-83; producer/writer/director and Sports Page anchor CKVU-TV Vancouver 1983-93; Vice-President, Broadcast & New Media Orca Bay Sports and Entertainment Vancouver 1995-2006; Senior Vice-President, Content and Communications Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Toronto 2006-13; President Starting Five Media Consulting, Ltd. Toronto 2013-current.  LinkedIn profile  


Carly Hébert - Click to enlarge Carly Hébert  (Now Carly Johnston) - BCIT Radio Broadcast graduate 2005; promotions assistant CJJR-FM Vancouver 2005; Account Manager CFOX-FM Vancouver 2005-06; Promotion Coordinator CFOX-FM/CHMJ Vancouver 2006-07; Category Marketing Specialist Best Buy Canada Burnaby 2007-current.  LinkedIn profile  



Darrell Hébert - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate; DJ CFOX Vancouver 1980s; host Classic Rock Diner then co-host with J.B. Shayne J.B. and the Bear mornings CHRX Vancouver 1989; CISQ-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler; CKMA Abbotsford mid 1990s; CFMI-FM Vancouver; retired from radio; cruise ship art auctioneer current.  LinkedIn profile  


Edward Heeb aka Kyle Jackson - Click for larger photo Edward "Kyle" Heeb - As Kyle Jackson reporter CKVU-TV Vancouver 1980s; navy fixed wing pilot, then helicopter pilot for 17 years; pilot Big Horn Helicopters Cranbrook BC 2007-08.  Died in helicopter crash in Cranbrook May 13, 2008 at age 57


Kash Heed - Click to enlarge
Kash Heed - Member then Superintendant Vancouver Police Department 1979-2007; Chief of Police West Vancouver Police Department 2007-09; Member of the Legislative Assembly Legislature of British Columbia 2009-13 including Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General 2009-10; Principal, Heed Consultants Ltd. 2014-current; show host CISF-FM Surrey 2016-17.  LinkedIn profile 


Paul Heeney - Click to enlarge Paul Heeney - BCIT Broadcast program graduate; CKNW New Westminster 1970s; news reporter CBC-TV Vancouver 1980s


Rena Heer - Click to enlarge Rena Heer - BA Communications Simon Fraser University 2001; software business development; contributor to various local South Asian media; Community Relations Manager and host cooking series Fusion Fare Channel M Vancouver 2003-05; traffic reporter Morning News & Noon News Hour Global Vancouver 2005-07; traffic reporter/weathercaster Canada AM: West Coast CTV British Columbia 2008; weathercaster CTV British Columbia 2008-09; live remote reporter/weekend news anchor CP 24 Toronto 2009-16; freelance reporter/anchor CTV Vancouver 2016.  LinkedIn profile   


Darlene Heidemann - Click for larger photo Darlene Heidemann - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate; producer Bill Good Show CKNW Vancouver 1996-99; news reporter BCTV Vancouver 1999-2014; recipient Webster Award 1999.  LinkedIn profile 


Erin Heinbuch - Click to enlarge
Erin Heinbuch - TV writer; news anchor CKWX Vancouver 2005


Navjot Heir - Click to enlarge
Navjot Heir - Freelance journalist Istanbul Turkey; reporter CTV Winnipeg circa 2010; reporter CBC Vancouver current


Click for America's Town Meeting of the Air poster image Arthur Helps - Host Town Meeting panel show with live audience, broadcast in every province except Quebec, originating from CJOR Vancouver 1943-71; teamed up with US program of same name and heard on 450 US stations by estimated audience of eight million July 31, 1947.  Died in Surrey BC April 4, 1995 at age 83


Craig Henderson - Click to enlarge Craig Henderson - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate 1980; afternoon news CKO-FM-4 Vancouver 1979-80; CFVR Abbotsford 1981-88; editor Great Expeditions magazine 1988-92; author The Vancouver Trivia Book and 1001 Fun Things to do with Kids in British Columbia; president/principal guide Kettle Valley Trail Tours & Shuttle Naramata BC to 2004; operator Village Grounds Coffeehouse Naramata BC 2004-06; Royal Lepage Locations West Realtor Penticton 2012-current.  LinkedIn profile  Peach City Community Radio Penticton video 



Margaret Henderson - Host Province Kitchen CKWX Vancouver 1948


Leah Hendry - Click to enlarge Leah Hendry - Masters journalism Carleton University Ottawa 2000; reporter CBC-TV Winnipeg 2003-05; Director of Publications
Association for Canadian Studies 2005; reporter CBC-TV Montreal 2005-08; reporter CTV British Columbia 2008-10; business/political reporter CBC British Columbia 2010-12; reporter/VJ CBC Montreal 2012-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Arran Henn - Click to enlarge Arran Henn - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate 2001; announcer CKKS-FM Vancouver 2000-01; voice-over artist various studios 2000-current; afternoon traffic reporter CKWX Vancouver 2001-02; announcer CKCL-FM Vancouver, CISQ-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler and CKSR-FM Chilliwack 2002-04; weather anchor/traffic reporter Global BC 2004-13; voice talent Descriptive Video Works 2004-current; weekends/fill-in CHQM-FM Vancouver 2006-current; traffic reporter fill-in CBC Radio Vancouver 2006-12; emcee Big Sisters Gala 2009-current; voice of YVR English announcements 2011-current; West Coast Homes With Arran Henn video host Vancouver Sun 2012-current   


Larry Hennessey - Click for larger photo Larry Hennessey - CFLW Wabush NL 1975-77; CKCM Grand Falls NL 1977-78; VOCM St. Johns NL 1978-79; morning host CHOZ-FM St. Johns NL 1979; CFRW Winnipeg 1979-81; morning host CKCW Moncton NB 1981; CKPR Thunder Bay ON 1981-88 including Larry & Willy Show (with Willy Percy) 1985-88; CFOX-FM Vancouver 1988-2003; morning co-host Larry & Willy Show CKLG-FM Vancouver 2003-12; morning host CHLG-FM Vancouver 2014-15; voice actor current; owner two recording studios: The Wawa Room North Vancouver and The Garage Sunshine Coast; Association of Broadcasters Broadcaster Performer of the Year 1996.  LinkedIn profile  Regenerator Records  MicrophoneRentals.com  ReelToReelToDigital.com  


Roy Hennessy 1965 - Click for recent photo courtesy Broadcast Dialogue Roy Hennessy - BCIT Broadcast Program trainee; CKOK Penticton early 1960s; CHQM Vancouver early 1960s; Real Roy Hennessy evenings then morning drive CKLG Vancouver 1964-79; signed off CKLG-FM and signed on CFOX-FM Vancouver 1979; Edmonton; GM CKXL Calgary 1986-87; Winnipeg; President Hennessy & Bray Communications Toronto 1995-2008; Chairman Shore Media Group (CHHR-FM) Vancouver 2008-10; President/Owner/Partner Upright Signage Management & Installation Inc. Toronto 2010-current.  LinkedIn profile 



Oliver Henry - Staff announcer CBC Vancouver 1950s


Bill Herbert - Click for larger photo Bill Herbert - Special events announcer CBC Radio Vancouver 1930s-60s including reporter CBC News Roundup 1940s; CBC-TV Vancouver 1960s- 70s including reporter The Explosion on Ripple Rock April 5, 1958 and interviewer The Restless Wave CBC-TV 1970.  1939 CBC audio


Doug Herbert - click to enlarge Doug Herbert - BCIT Journalism graduate 2010; reporter/anchor CKNW Vancouver 2010-11; reporter CFJC-TV and reporter/anchor CIFM-FM/CJBZ-FM Kamloops 2011-12; morning news anchor CBC Radio Kamloops 2012-current


Kaitlyn Herbst - Click to enlarge Kaitlyn Herbst - BCIT journalism program graduate 2006; producer CKNW Vancouver 2006-07; helicopter traffic reporter Canadian Traffic Network for Global Television/CHMJ Vancouver 2006-11; promotions rep. Authentic Wine & Spirit Merchants 2010-11; traffic anchor Global Television Vancouver 2011-current.  LinkedIn profile


Libby Herman - Click to enlarge Libby Herman - Graduate Columbia Academy 2004; morning show producer CFUN Vancouver 2004-current; 6-7 a.m. co-host CFUN 2006.  LinkedIn profile   


Sandra Hermiston - Click to enlarge Sandra Hermiston - BCIT Broadcast program graduate 2001; news reporter/anchor CKNW Vancouver early 2001-04; news writer CTV British Columbia 2004-05; producer CTV British Columbia Your Health 2005-11 and Steele On Your Side then McLaughlin On Your Side 2011-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Steve Herringer - Click to enlarge Steve Herringer - BA Psychology/Communication Arts Concordia University Montreal 1971; overnight/middays CKFH Toronto 1973-74; p.m. drive CKY Winnipeg 1974-75; late evening CFGO Ottawa 1975; late evening/middays CHUM-FM Toronto 1975-77; p.m. drive CFRN Edmonton 1978-81; swing CFUN Vancouver 1981-85; p.m. drive CFMI-FM Vancouver 1985-86; President Profile Communications Ltd. 1985-current; promo voice CJJR FM Vancouver 1990-98; promo voice NOW TV Vancouver 2001-04; host The Natural Health Show CKNW Vancouver/CFZM Toronto current.  PCL website  LinkedIn profile 


Mauri Hesketh - Click for early photo Mauri Hesketh - DJ/news/sports CHWK Chilliwack 1952-53; DJ/librarian/news CKOK Penticton 1953-56; all night DJ/part time news CKNW New Westminster 1956-76 (The Investigators 1973-75); news director CJJC Langley 1976-77; news then news director CJOR Vancouver 1977-81; news director CKOV Kelowna 1981; journalism instructor then Broadcast Journalism Department Program Head B.C. Institute of Technology 1981-86; retired at age 55 in 1986 and currently living in Enderby, BC


Sadie Hesketh - Click to enlarge Sadie Hesketh - Producer/director CFUN/CHQM-FM Vancouver 1999-2002; producer CICF-FM Vernon/CHSU-FM Kelowna/fill-in assistant program director CKXR Salmon Arm 2002-05; morning show host/music director CHET-FM Chetwynd/CHAD-FM Dawson Creek 2005-06; swing announcer CKLG-FM Vancouver 2006-08; midday host CHWK-FM Chilliwack 2009-current


Jurgen Hesse - Click to enlarge Jurgen Hesse - Emigrated to Canada from Germany 1958; columnist/reporter The Globe and Mail Toronto, The Victoria Daily Colonist and The Vancouver Sun; freelance writer/interviewer/producer for Ideas, CBC Monday Evening, The Hornby Collection and Identities CBC Radio Vancouver 1970s-late 1980s; continued writing/publishing after leaving CBC late 1980s; recipient of numerous awards.  Died July 30, 2008 at age 84


Christina Heydanus 2009 - Click to enlarge
Christina Heydanus - Broadcast television Northern Alberta Institute of Technology 2007; anchor/reporter Shaw Communications 2007-08; reporter CTV Saskatchewan 2008-10; sports producer/back up sports anchor CTV British Columbia 2010-current


Dale Hicks - Click to enlarge Dale Hicks - CHAT Medicine Hat 1965; CKCK TV Regina; CBC Winnipeg; reporter CHAN-TV Vancouver 1970-92 and first hire for what would later become BCTV News; Manager of Camera Assignments BCTV/Global 1992-99


Laura Hieda - Click to enlarge Laura Hieda - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate 2002; intern GO! CHEK-TV Victoria 2002; audio editor then traffic reporter CKWX Vancouver 2001-07; marketing/sales Hi-To Fisheries Vancouver 2007-08; Business Development Manager Happy Planet Foods Vancouver 2008-09; US Brand Manager, National Importers Inc. Delta BC 2009-current; freelance voice over current


Brian Hill - Click to enlarge Brian Hill - Anchor/sports reporter/reporter CJDC Dawson Creek 1991-92; anchor/reporter KBS Trail 1992-94; news director CKQR Castlegar 1994-96; anchor/reporter/business editor/editor CKWX Vancouver 1996-2000; news director Standard Radio Peace Group CJDC, CHRX-FM, CKNL-FM, CKRX-FM, CJDC-TV 2003-08.  Died in Fort St. John January 27, 2008 at age 46


Dave Hill - Click to enlarge Dave Hill - CFRN Edmonton circa 1934-41; CKMO Vancouver 1941; staff announcer CJOR Vancouver 1942-47; program manager/morning host/co-host Meet the People CKDA Victoria 1950s 


Dean Hill - Click for recent image Dean Hill - CKDA Victoria mid 1970s; CFMI-FM Vancouver; Morning Zoo co-host CKLG Vancouver 1988-95; a.m. drive then p.m. drive CFMI-FM Vancouver 1995-current.  LinkedIn profile


Susie Hill - Click to enlarge
Susie Hill - Master of Arts Journalism University of Western Ontario London ON 2012; associate producer Bill Good Show and fill-in producer The Morning News with Philip Till and The World Today with Jon McComb CKNW Vancouver 2012-14; morning show producer/on air CKKS-FM Vancouver 2014-16.  LinkedIn profile 


Samantha (Howe) Hill - Click for larger photo Samantha (Howe) Hill - Morning Zoo co-host CKLG Vancouver 1988-98; now Katherine Hill mortgage consultant current


Dr. Art Hister - Click for recent photo Dr. Art Hister - Established private practice Kitsilano area of Vancouver 1977; full-time Media Doctor 1991; CBC TV series Doctor, Doctor 1985-88; author several health publications 1989-2006; host syndicated House Calls (debuted CKNW Vancouver Sept. 17, 1989) Corus Radio Network current; health analyst mornings CKNW current; Health Headlines Global BC current weekend news; writer/host Health Matters Shaw Cable western Canada current.   Dr. Hister website


Art Hives - Click to enlarge Art Hives - (Rev. Arthur Royston Hives) Lorne Greene Academy of Radio Arts Toronto; CKFH Toronto; Production Manager/jazz program host with theme Apple Honey by Woody Herman CKMO Vancouver 1947-early 1950s; narrator CBC-TV Vancouver movie Skidrow 1956; narrator The Heart of the Thing CBC-TV Vancouver 1962; Anglican Parish Priest in Mission BC; Communications Director Anglican Church in Western Canada; educator for Industry Services at BCIT; Dean of Hospitality Training Vancouver Community College; meditation moments tagged with I'm Art Hives. I'm a priest CFMI-FM Vancouver early 1970s; CFAX Victoria.  Died in Victoria December 15, 2005 at age 81


Chelsea Hobbis - Click to enlarge Chelsea Hobbis - BCIT Broadcast program graduate 2006; promotions CKNW/CFMI-FM/CFOX-FM Vancouver 2006-07; traffic reporter CHMJ/CKNW Vancouver 2006-11; promotions coordinator CKNW 2011-12; co-host/producer Kid Carson Morning Show CFUN-FM Vancouver 2012-13; airborne traffic reporter Canadian Traffic Network Vancouver 2014; clothing purchaser/sales Cap's Westwood Cycle Burnaby 2014-15; event coordinator Cap's Westwood Cycle Port Coquitlam 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile


Dave Hodge - Click to enlarge Dave Hodge - The Daily News Chatham ON 1965; CFCO Chatham 1966; CFRB/CKFM-FM Toronto 1968-86; play-by-play Buffalo Sabres 1970; host Hockey Night in Canada CBC-TV 1971-87; play-by-play Toronto Argos CFRB 1974-80; Sports Director CKNW New Westminster 1986; play-by-play Canadian Football Network 1987-90; play-by-play Minnesota North Stars 1991; Gemini award winner best Canadian sports broadcaster 1995; NHL studio host TSN Toronto current


Nicolle Hodges - Click to enlarge
Nicolle Hodges - Broadcast and Online Journalism diploma BCIT 2014; Journalist/Reporter VancityBuzz Vancouver 2012-current; Intern Entertainment Tonight Canada Toronto 2013; Editor ValleyBuzz Fraser Valley 2015-16; Freelance Journalist (BlackPress) Abbotsford News 2011-current; on-camera Promotions Host CTV Vancouver 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile   


Adam Hoffar - Click to enlarge Adam Hoffar - BCIT Radio Broadcast program graduate 2004; CISQ-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler; traffic reporter CHMJ Vancouver current


Greg Holden - click to enlarge
Greg Holden - Trained in news at CFUN Vancouver under Jim Nielsen 1965-66 and his night school course1966; Columbia School of Broadcasting 1974; BCIT night school broadcasting courses 1976-79; volunteer program host CFRO-FM Vancouver 1977-79; on air at CKWX/CJAZ-FM 1979-84; CHQM Vancouver 1984; CJAZ-FM 1984-86; volunteer reader AMI Vancouver 2008-current


Belle Holder - Click for larger photo Belle Holder - Journalism Associate Degree Langara College Vancouver and BCIT Broadcast Journalism trainee; announcer CFRO-FM Vancouver; host World Beats Channel M Vancouver 2003-05; producer/show host Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation Barbados 2006-current


Allan Holender - click to enlarge
Allan Holender - Began radio career as Jazz show host while freshman at University of Montana 1960; Director of Development University of British Columbia circa 1969-2014; co-founder CISL Richmond 1980; host Big Al's Dance Party CKST Vancouver circa 1995; host nationally syndicated The HomeBiz Show CFUN Vancouver; host/producer the HomeBiz Minute 400 U.S. affiliated stations coast to coast and 200 Canadian stations on Talk America/CFUN and CHUM Radio Network; co-host ZenBiz Radio Show Voice America; co-host Biz Talk CISL; producer/narrator 14 week series The Music Of Our Lives The Allan Holender Music Project WXMR-FM 100.7 Plattsburgh NY 2012; founder Boomer Public Radio and host A Boomer Home Companion 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile   


Leah Holiove - Click for larger photo
Leah Holiove - Diploma TV/radio broadcasting Columbia Academy 2004; Miss Oktoberfest Princess White Rock 2003; cast member Tony and Tina’s Wedding 2003; actress White Rock Playhouse 2003-04; on air Leah the Prize Diva CJJR-FM Vancouver 2006; on air personality/reporter CKZZ-FM Vancouver 2006-07; panelist That's What You Think Shaw Television Vancouver 2011-13; helicopter traffic reporter Global BC/Corus Radio group Vancouver 2007-13; traffic reporter CKWX Vancouver 2013-16; traffic reporter/show host CISF-FM Surrey 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Sam Holman - Click to enlarge
Sam Holman - San Francisco to 1958; PD KQV Pittsburgh 1958-60; PD WLS Chicago 1960-61; PD WABC New York 1961-63; WKNR Detroit circa 1963; PD CKLG Vancouver 1963-65; purchased KLOG Kelso WA 1965; airshift KISN Portland OR 1965-66; PD WPOP Hartford CT 1966; PD/GM WOHO Toledo OH 1967-70; KHJ Los Angeles circa 1968; WKTQ Pittsburgh 1973-74; KEYV Las Vegas 1986.  Died in Las Vegas January 1987 at age 52.


Arthur "Sparks" Holstead 1944 - Click to enlarge photo courtesy "Imagine Please" by Dennis J. Duffy Arthur "Sparks" Holstead - Broadcaster/founder CFDC Nanaimo 1923; moved station to Vancouver without authorization and was forced off air but returned after public outcry circa 1925; changed call letters to CKWX Vancouver July 30, 1927; sold CKWX interest to Taylor, Pearson and Carson of Calgary 1940; inducted into Canadian Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame 1981.   Died in North Vancouver January 14, 1971 at age 81.  CCF biography



Bernie Holsworth - Promotion manager/morning drive traffic reports CKWX Vancouver mid 1970s; marketing KVOS-TV Bellingham WA current


Ray Homer - Click to enlarge
Ray Homer - Reporter/anchor: CFTK Radio-TV Terrace, CKVN/CFUN Vancouver, CHWK Chilliwack, CJJC Langley, CFAX Victoria; reporter BC Legislature Bureau CFAX Victoria/CKNW Vancouver; Creator & Executive Producer Daybreak CBC British Columbia Radio Network; Executive Producer Good Morning Radio CBC Radio Vancouver; reporter CBC Radio-TV Calgary; reporter CBC-TV Vancouver (Canadian positions 1968-79); producer ABC News Los Angeles/London/Rome; Bureau Chief: ABC News Tokyo, ABC News Baghdad; (ABC positions 1979-current); awards: 5 National News Emmys, Overseas Press Club of America, South Asian Journalists Association


Rick Honey - Click for larger photo courtesy CKNW Rick Honey - CJCB Sydney NS 1970s; Winnipeg; CKLG Vancouver 1970-73; CKNW Vancouver Afternoon Drive 1973-97; Star-FM Chilliwack 1997; CKBD morning show 2000-01; BCAB Broadcaster Performer of the Year 2000.  Died in Vancouver February 24, 2001 at age 53


Bruce Hood - Click for CJAT & CFUN photos Bruce Hood - CJAT Trail BC 1960; news CJOR Vancouver 1961; news CFUN Vancouver 1961-62; news director then morning host/sales CFCP Courtenay 1962-64; news CKNW New Westminster 1964-66; news then news director CFUN/CKVN 1967-70; news/news director CJJC Langley 1970-72; Richmond Alderman 1972-74; property management then commercial real estate/contracting 1976-98; principal Associated Metal Building Sales Ltd. 1998-current.  LinkedIn profile  


Rick Hoogendoorn - Click to enlarge Rick Hoogendoorn - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate; researcher/associate producer/sports/news reporter CKVU-TV Vancouver 1982-88; financial planning industry Victoria 1991-2005; Senior Living Magazine Vancouver Island 2006; real estate agent Royal LePage Coast Capital Realty Victoria 2007- current


Al Hooker - Click to enlarge Al Hooker - News CKNW New Westminster circa 1955



Lloyd Hoole - CJOR Vancouver early 1950s; operator and later owner of CKEK Cranbrook/CFEK Fernie/CJAT/CJAT-FM Trail BC 1960s on.  Died in Vancouver October 1998


Deborra Hope - Click to enlarge Deborra Hope - News reader/talk show host CITR-FM Vancouver; journalism honours bachelor degree Carleton University Ottawa; junior reporter Canadian Press Ottawa; United Press Canada Vancouver; reporter/producer/anchor BCTV Vancouver (CHAN-TV) 1981-2014 and anchor Early News BCTV 2001-14.  LinkedIn profile 


Andrew Hopkins - Click to enlarge Andrew Hopkins - BCIT Broadcast journalism graduate 2005; news/sports reporter CKWL/CFFM-FM Williams Lake 2005-07; reporter/anchor CHNL//CJKC-FM Kamloops 2007-09; news director Astral Radio group/CJDC-TV Fort St John 2009-10; video journalist/videographer CFJC-TV Kamloops 2010-11; Jack Webster Foundation Seeing the World Through New Eyes Fellowship 2010; evening/weekend reporter CKWX Vancouver 2011-12; freelance news writer CTV British Columbia 2013-current.  LinkedIn profile 


John Horn - Click to enlarge John Horn - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate 1995; ESPN Magazine & Sports Weekly 1997-1998; writer/producer/reporter Sports Page U-TV Vancouver 1999-2001/CH TV Victoria 2001-05; producer Page Productions Video 2005-current; instructor broadcast Pacific Audio Visual Institute 2006-07; host/reporter CKST Vancouver 2006-07; sports producer Rogers Sportsnet 2007-12; field producer CTV Olympic Consortium 2010; live producer London Summer Olympics CTV Olympic Consortium 2012; producer TSN Toronto 2013-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Barry Houlihan - Click to enlarge Barry Houlihan - Running back University of Washington and Simon Fraser University; BC Lions 1975-77; sports CKVU-TV Vancouver 1979-83; sports anchor BCTV Vancouver late 1983-97; golf show KVOS-TV Bellingham 1998; realtor Homelife Maple Ridge 1998-current.  Barry's website


Clarke Housley - Click for alternate photo Clarke Housley - CFCP Courtenay circa 1964; news CKNW New Westminster & BCTV Vancouver late 1960s; news CJOR Vancouver 1968-74; media co-ordinator Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing Victoria 1976-77; marketing/sales manager BC Telephone Co. Vancouver 1979-99; Marketing Manager then Manager ACT Cinemage Group Vancouver 1999-2005; Constituency Assistant for Burnaby-Willingdon MLA John Nuraney 2005-current


Jason Howe - Click to enlarge
Jason Howe - Broadcast Journalism graduate Fanshawe College London ON  1996; reporter/anchor CJAT Trail/CKKC Nelson 1996-99; anchor/reporter CJCI/CIRX-FM Prince George 1999-2000; news anchor CJNW Vancouver 2001-02; reporter CKNW Vancouver 2002-06; Media Relations Manager Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation 2006-12; reporter CKWX Vancouver 2012-14; communications Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation, New Westminster 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Lindsay Howe - Click to enlarge
Lindsay Howe - Bachelor of Communication Studies Capilano University 2014; Diploma of Technology, Broadcast and Online Journalism British Columbia Institute of Technology 2016; writer then News Editor/Web Editor/Marketing and Advertising Manager The Capilano Courier North Vancouver 2012-14; Brand Ambassador Buzz Promotions Vancouver 2013-14; writer then Managing Editor Link Magazine Burnaby 2014-16; traffic reporter CKWX Vancouver 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile 


John Hua - Click to enlarge
John Hua - Journalism Masters Degree Carleton University Ottawa 2006; Customs Officer Canada Customs and Revenue Agency Vancouver 2001-03; Culture Editor The Ubyssey Publications Society 2003-04; reporter CTV News Ottawa 2006-14; reporter Global BC 2015-current; RTDNA Canada Awards 2008/13/14.  LinkedIn profile 


Hartley Hubbs - Click for 1974 PC photo Hartley Hubbs - Skywatch helicopter CHUM Toronto 1960s; news CKWX Vancouver 1970s; unsuccessful Progressive Conservative Vancouver East candidate in 1974 federal election; news director CKSO-TV Sudbury ON late 1970s.  Died in Sudbury summer 1987


Bill Hughes circa 1951 - Click for circa 1945, 1946 and 2009 photos Bill Hughes - CJAT Trail BC 1944; CKWX Vancouver circa 1945; news CKNW New Westminster 1946-94; General Manager CKNW 1956 & President 1965-77; listed in 1990 edition of Guinness Book of World Records for longest running radio program, 12,000 broadcasts of Roving Mike (final total 15,083) 1950-94; President Vancouver Canucks 1972-81 and former Governor National Hockey League; provided funding for library computer system at Douglas College New Westminster which named library The Bill Hughes Family Library 1999.


Ken Hughes - Click to enlarge Ken Hughes - CKWX Vancouver 1940s and early 50s including co-host Nabob Party Time with Dal Richards 1943; instructor then program head Broadcast & Media Communications British Columbia Institute of Technology 1967-83; member BC Association of Broadcasters Half Century Club.  Died August 13, 1991 at the age of 72.


Richard Hughes - Click for alternate photo
Richard Hughes - Reporter/announcer CFUN Vancouver 1970-72; Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Broadcast Division 1970s; one of a group who set up and ran Sunshine Cabs on North Shore 1982-88; fill-in open line shows CJOR Vancouver 1988-89; Realtor Cowichan Valley 1992-current including Pemberton Holmes current; Cowichan Valley Regional District Director 1993-2002; provincial NDP candidate Malahat-Juan de Fuca riding 2001; retired and living in Cobble Hill.  Cowichan Conversations website


Jim Hughson - Click for larger photo Jim Hughson - DJ/news/sports/sales CKNL Fort St. John BC; CKIQ Kelowna; CKNW Vancouver sports 1979-1982; Toronto Maple Leafs play-by-play CBC TV 1982-86; TSN hockey & baseball 1986-1994; Vancouver Canucks play-by-play CKNW Vancouver 1994-1999; Snapshots Host/Canucks Hockey play-by-play/Centre Ice feature analyst Sportsnet 1999-2008; western Canucks games play-by-play CBC 2005-current and Hockey Night in Canada play-by-play CBC 2008-current


Gail Hulnick - Click to enlarge Gail Hulnick - Masters degree in Journalism University of Western Ontario and M.B.A. University of Alberta; legislative reporter CFRN-TV Edmonton 1977-79; morning show host CBC Radio Edmonton 1980-81; morning show, midday host, news anchor CBC Radio Vancouver 1981-97; writer/editor 1997-current; board member serving on Resource Development Committee North Vancouver District Public Library 2005-current


Sukhwant Hundal - Click to enlarge Sukhwant Hundal - Writer/playwright/director/moderator; assistant editor/co-editor Punjabi magazines Watno Dur and Watan; writer Punjabi newspapers and journals published in Canada and India; co-host weekly radio program in Punjabi and English CFRO-FM Vancouver; host Punjabi edition Interactive Channel M Vancouver 2005


Jeremy Hunka - Click to enlarge
Jeremy Hunka - International documentary producer; CHAT-TV Medicine Hat AB 2009-10; reporter CTV Winnipeg 2010-11; reporter Global TV Calgary 2011-13; reporter Global BC 2014-15; RTNDA Long Feature Award for work in Kenya’s Turkana Desert; public relations specialist Union Gospel Mission Vancouver 2015-current  


Gordon Hunt - Click to enlarge Gordon Hunt - UBC school of music 1960-63; began at CBC 1962; CBC Prince Rupert 1964-67; CBC Vancouver staff announcer 1967-95; Royal Tour team & BC Centennial special with Lloyd Robertson 1971; host Night Final CBC Vancouver 1970-85; host Hot Air and several network music shows CBC Radio 1985-95; retired and living in Vernon, BC current  


John Hunt - Click to enlarge John N. Hunt - Announcing/sales CJCJ Calgary; technical operations/announcing CFAC Calgary; technical operations CJCA Edmonton; technical operations CJRC Winnipeg; sales/promotions & Publicity Director CFAC 1945; sales then sales manager CKWX Vancouver; General Manager CKMO Vancouver; owner/manager John N. Hunt & Associates Vancouver 1947-57; in person training KVOS-TV Bellingham and KOMO-TV Seattle; advertising then General Manager CKLG North Vancouver 1955-1960; sales/advertising/time buying CHAN-TV Vancouver early 60s; retired mid-late 1970s; re-established John N. Hunt & Associates, consultant radio/TV advertising early days BC motion picture industry



Keith Hunt - CFJC Kamloops; Sport Director CKWX Vancouver 1980s; sports anchor CBC Television and Global TV Vancouver; hospital industry; sports marketing; morning news/sports CKAY Gibsons 2006-07  


Brock Hunter - Click to enlarge Brock Hunter - Columbia Academy graduate; traffic reporter CHMJ Vancouver; news anchor CKWX Vancouver 2009-17; Realtor Brent Eilers Real Estate and Re/Max West Vancouver 2017-current.


Nat Hunter - Click for larger photo Nat Hunter - CKFM-FM Toronto 1999-2003; morning co-host CKZZ-FM Vancouver 2003-13; morning co-host CHQM-FM Vancouver 2014-current 


Scott Hurst - Click to enlarge
Scott Hurst - Communications degree Simon Fraser University 2005 and voice of SFU Athletics play-by-play football and men's and women's basketball CJSU-FM Burnaby; teleprompter operator CTV British Columbia 2005; news writer KTVU-TV Oakland CA; reporter KIEM-TV Eureka CA 2005-08; anchored live U.S. election special 2008; general assignment reporter KEYT-TV Santa Barbara CA 2011-12; covered London Olympics 2012; general assignment reporter/anchor CTV British Columbia 2012-current. 


Ken Hutcheson - Click to enlarge Ken Hutcheson - (Incorrectly spelled Hutchinson on various websites) Announcer CKNW New Westminster mid 1940s; co-manager with Chuck Rudd CJAV Port Alberni 1947; co-owner with Bill Rea and Chuck Rudd CJAV Port Alberni 1952 then later full owner; founder and long-time president Port Alberni Maritime Heritage Society; past president Alberni Valley Heritage Commission.  Died December 4, 2009 in Port Alberni at age 85


Leia Hutchings - Click to enlarge
Leia Hutchings - Flight attendant Air Canada 1999-2004; sales rep Real Estate Weekly Metro Vancouver 2007-08; videographer various companies 2009; intern CHEK-TV Victoria 2009; videojournalist/camera/editor CKPG-TV Prince George 2010-11; Kelowna-based videojournalist/Okanagan bureau reporter CBC Television Vancouver 2011-12; camera Great Pacific Television/Discovery Channel Canada 2012-currentLinkedIn profile


Bill Hutton - Click for recent photo Bill Hutton - News Moncton NB; News Director CFRB Toronto circa 1963; first president RTNDA Canada 1963; News Director CKWX Vancouver circa 1967-68; host Daily Letter and Bureau Chief Selkirk Radio News Ottawa 1968-early 1970s; LBC Radio London UK 1970s; Vice President & General Manager CFNY-FM Brampton ON 1980s-89; retired from radio 1989; Friend of RTNDA Canada Award re-named Bill Hutton Award of Excellence 2008.  Died May 13, 2009 in Halifax at age 83


Bob Hutton - Click for larger photos courtesy bcradiohistory.com Bob Hutton - Radio dramatic club then operator/announcer CFJC Kamloops 1939-45; morning host CKWX Vancouver 1945-55; PA announcer for live Rhythm Pals shows; morning host CKNW New Westminster 1955-73; host Planet Pals puppet show CHAN-TV Vancouver early 1960s; part-time remote broadcasts CKNW 1973-75; retired to Whitby ON.  Died in Oshawa ON November 15, 2007 at age 87.



Brian Hyde - CKLQ Brandon; reporter CKVU-TV Vancouver 1986-2001; producer The New VI Victoria 2001-03.  Died in Victoria April 28, 2003 at age 45


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