VANCOUVER BROADCASTERS

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Justine Ma - Click to enlarge Justine Ma - Graduate Broadcast Journalism BCIT; reporter/backfill TV host/associate producer CBC Vancouver 2006-current; organizer Asian Canadian Journalists Association 2011-current; account manager Booking.com 2012-current.  Website  LinkedIn profile 


Gloria Macarenko - Click to enlarge
Gloria Macarenko - BCIT Broadcast Program trainee; CHTK Prince Rupert; reporter CKWX early 1980s; host BC portion CBC-TV newscast News Canada Now 1989; appeared as TV reporter in Bingo 1991 and TV host in Maternal Instincts 1996; anchor/co-anchor CBC Vancouver supper hour news late 1990s-2014; host Our Vancouver CBC-TV; host CBC Radio One network shows The Story From Here and BC Almanac 2014-current; twice nominated Gemini Awards Best News Anchor; recipient Radio and Television Directors Association and a Gemini Award for Best Live News Coverage for five-hour marathon coverage of Swissair Flight 111 crash at Peggy's Cove NS Sept. 2, 1998 while guest anchor on The National


Johnny Mack CKY Winnipeg 1975-77 - Click for recent photo Johnny Mack - CJCH Halifax 1970; CHED Edmonton 1970-71; CKGM Montreal 1971; CKXL Calgary 1972; 6-10 p.m. CKVN Vancouver 1972; CKFH Toronto 1973; CHIQ-FM Winnipeg 1974; CKY Winnipeg 1975-77; WLAV-FM Grand Rapids MI 1981-82; WCUZ-FM Bear Lake (Grand Rapids) 1983-84; WGRD-FM Grand Rapids 1984-85; WHYI-FM Ft. Lauderdale FL 1985-87; WOZN-FM Key West FL 1990-91; WMXJ-FM Pompano Beach (Miami) FL 1992-94; mobile educational entertainment company based in Palm Beach FL current


Phil Mackesy CKWX 1973 - Click to enlarge Phil Mackesy - CKWX Vancouver 1973-74; PD CFJC Kamloops 1975; music director CJME Regina 1976-1977; PD CJAT Trail 1978-1981; news/sales CJOR Vancouver 1982-1983; web designer, developer and partner in BDB Media (website example: www.redrobinson.com) current


Bob Mackin - Click to enlarge Bob Mackin - CJIB Vernon; show host/Program Director/talk show producer CJOR Vancouver 1974-81; President World Internet Broadcasting Network Corp. 1981-current


George Madden - Click for larger photo George Madden - BCIT Journalism Program graduate 1974; news reporter/announcer CJOR Vancouver 1974-75; news CKNW New Westminster 1975-78; Chief of Staff for Vancouver Mayor Jack Volrich 1978-81; VP Corporate Communications EXPO 86 Vancouver 1981-86; President Jim Pattison Broadcast Group and General Manager CJOR/CHRX/CJJR-FM Vancouver 1987-1992; Partner Pinton Forrest & Madden Vancouver 1992-current


Mark Madryga - Click to enlarge Mark Madryga - Bachelor of Science in Physical Geography specializing in Urban, Synoptic and Air Pollution Meteorology, University of British Columbia 1986; meteorologist Environment Canada Vancouver 1987-2007; noon weather BCTV Vancouver 1994-97; weekend weather BCTV/Global Vancouver 1997-2006; weather anchor Global BC/CKNW Vancouver 2006-current.  LinkedIn profile   


Bob Magee CHFI-FM Toronto - Click to enlarge Bob Magee - As as Denny O'Neil (real name): CKPG Prince George 1969-71; CHED Edmonton 1971; CKVN Vancouver 1971-72; as Mark Edwards all nights/weekends CHUM Toronto 1972-73; as Bob Magee: mornings then p.m. drive then swing CFUN Vancouver 1973-74; CHUM 1975; CFUN 1975-78; evenings then p.m. drive CHUM 1978-89; mornings CHUM 1989-97; morning drive replacement CHFI-FM Toronto 1997-99; morning drive CHFI-FM 1999-2003; p.m. drive CHFI-FM 2003-09; middays (from Toronto) CKCL-FM Vancouver 2008-current; freelance on-air talent/voice artist 2009-current; morning host CING-FM Hamilton 2010-current


Shanyn Maguire - Click to enlarge
Shanyn Maguire - Radio and television performing arts diploma Columbia Academy Vancouver 2008; announcer/news Mountain FM group BC Kootenays 2008; booking agent W.E.T.A 2009-10; traffic reporter/ground producer Canadian Traffic Network Vancouver 2011-currentLinkedIn profile


Nails Mahoney - Click for recent 98FM Dublin photo Nails Mahoney - (Brian McColl) Morning show Sunshine 101 Dublin Ireland 1986-89; presenter RTE 2FM Ireland 1989-90; host CKLG Vancouver 1990-93; host CKZZ-FM/CISL Vancouver 1996-98; presenter Atlantic 252 UK/Ireland 1997-98; presenter 98FM Dublin Ireland 2000-08; presenter 4FM Dublin 2009-11; On Air Radio Coach Bmac Media Ireland 2006-current; writer/producer Gremlins In The System Dublin 2008-current; owner BmacVoice Dublin 2012-13; evening host CILQ-FM Toronto 2013-15  


Beverley Mahood - Click for larger photo Beverley Mahood - Country recording artist; host TV specials; co-host Country Music Television; CCMA Independent Female Artist of the Year award 2004; segment host Breakfast Television Citytv Vancouver 2004-05; co-host magazine show Central Country Music Television 2005-current


Minelle Mahtani - Click to enlarge
Minelle Mahtani - Associate Producer CBC Television Toronto 1993-99; Associate Counsel IMPACS 2000-01; Assistant Professor New School University New York City 2004-05; President Association for Canadian Studies 2006-11; Professor Department of Human Geography and Journalism Program University of Toronto Scarborough ON 2010-current; Associate Chair University of Toronto Scarborough ON 2012-13; host Sense of Place CIRH-FM Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile


Marcy Mailloux - Click to enlarge Marcy Mailloux - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate; announcer CKIQ Kelowna 1995-96; midday announcer/promotions director CISQ-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler 1996-97; community cruiser reporter CFOX-FM Vancouver 1997-99; assistant promotions director CFOX-FM 1999-2001; freelance voice over artist 2000-current; promotions pirector CFOX-FM 2001; assistant promotions director/overnight weekend announcer CKVX-FM Vancouver 2001-03; assistant promotions director Rogers Radio CKVX-FM/CKCL-FM/CKLG-FM/CKWX Vancouver 2003-05; Promotions Director CFOX-FM 2005-11; marketing & promotions Paul Mercs Concerts Vancouver 2011-16; Marketing and Promotions Director Rogers Radio Vancouver 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Rafe Mair - Click for larger photo Rafe Mair - Called to B.C. Bar 1961; Senior Partner Mair & Co. Kamloops 1971-75; Alderman City of Kamloops 1973-74; Elected to B.C. Legislature/Minister of Consumer Services 1975; Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs 1976-78; responsible for Constitutional Affairs 1977-80; Minister of Environment 1978-79; Minister of Health 1979-81; host Rafe Mair Show CJOR Vancouver 1981-84; talk show host CKNW Vancouver 1984-2003; columnist Vancouver Province 1995-2002; wrote The Last Cast 1995, Canada: Is Anyone Listening? 1998 & Rants, Raves and Recollections 2005; host Rafe Mair show CKBD Vancouver 2003-04; 6 p.m. news editorials Citytv Vancouver 2003-04; guest commentator CBC-TV Vancouver/frequent panelist CTV British Columbia 2004; editorials OMNI-TV Vancouver 2005; Bruce Hutchison Lifetime Achievement and Canadian Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame; Honourary Doctor of Laws Simon Fraser University 2009.  Died October 9, 2017 in North Vancouver at age 85.  Wikipedia profile   



David Major - CKMO Vancouver 1940s; CBC Toronto; TV and film actor; TV commercial writer.  Died November 4, 2004


Charles Mak - Click for larger photo Charles Mak - B. Sc. Journalism The Chinese University of Hong Kong 1977; Assistant News Director/producer/reporter/news anchor Fairchild TV Vancouver 1993-2003; producer/host Cantonese edition Interactive Channel M Vancouver 2003-13; communications adviser BC Liberal Party 2013; producer/Assignment Editor Phoenix Satellite TV Canada Bureau Vancouver 2013-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Robert Malcolm circa 1962 - Click to enlarge Robert Malcolm - News: CKDA Victoria circa 1962; CFUN Vancouver early-mid 1960s; CKNW New Westminster; news anchor BCTV Vancouver 1972-91; realtor Cultus Lake area.   Died in New Westminster August 4, 2010 at age 69


Patrick Maliha - Click to enlarge Patrick Maliha - Host UR at the Movies Urban Rush, Shaw Cable Vancouver 2003-06; actor/writer/producer Off-Centre Television KVOS-TV Bellingham 2006; co-host The New Driver's Seat A-Channel/Shaw TV Vancouver 2007-08; p.m. drive co-host CFUN Vancouver 2008-09; producer of live events/corporate entertainer/MC/standup comedian Vancouver current.  Website 


Frank Malone CKLG circa 1964 - Click to enlarge Frank Malone - WKLO Louisville KY circa 1963; KBOX Dallas 1964; Emperor Malone CKLG Vancouver 1964


Jason Manning - Click for recent photo Jason Manning - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate 1996; CHQM Vancouver 1993; CKST Vancouver 1994-2000; middays/assistant music director/morning co-host CKVX-FM Vancouver 2000-03; middays CISS-FM/CJAQ-FM Toronto 2003-05; music director CHDI-FM Edmonton 2005-07; PD CKMH-FM Medicine Hat 2007-10; PD CIOC-FM/CHTT-FM Victoria 2010-13; Jason Manning Ltd. 2013-current; Brand Director CJKR-FM/CJGV-FM Winnipeg 2014-15; PD CKZZ-FM Vancouver 2015-16; announcer/programming assistant CKPK-FM Vancouver 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile  CKST YouTube video circa 1996 


Rajesh Mansukhani - Click to enlarge
Rajesh Mansukhani - Public relations manager (Global) The Shiamak Group Mumbai, India1999-2011; producer/host Mumbai Raj program CJRJ Vancouver 2009-current.  LinkedIn profile


Ron Manz - Click for larger photo Ron Manz - Diploma, Radio and Television Broadcasting Technology/Technician Mount Royal College Calgary 1973; Media Relations Director Saskatchewan Roughriders then Calgary Stampeders 1984-87; CKX-TV Brandon MB; CHBC-TV Kelowna; CFJC/CFJC-TV Kamloops; sportscaster BCTV Vancouver; CKKX-FM Calgary; news anchor CFCN-TV Calgary 2000-06; columnist Calgary Sun to 2006; morning news CKOV/CKOV-FM/CKQQ-FM/CKLZ-FM Kelowna 2006-12 then fill-in CKQQ-FM; morning news/sports anchor CKIZ-FM Vernon current; operator Kal Lake Hideaway Bed & Breakfast and The HandyManz construction Oyama BC current.  LinkedIn profile 


Joni Mar - Click for larger photo Joni Mar - News reporter CBC-TV Vancouver late 1980s-early 1990s; interior design; certified professional co-active coach current


Ramona Mar - Click to enlarge Ramona Mar - BCIT Broadcast program graduate 1981; news CKNW/CFMI-FM New Westminster 1981-86; first Chinese-Canadian fulltime female radio newscaster in BC; co-host CBC-TV Worldstage '86; freelance CBC Radio and Switchback CBC-TV Vancouver; creator/co-host Gemini-nominated national parenting show Spilled Milk CBC Television Vancouver 1994-99; documentary freelance; fill-in host the Roundup CBC Radio Vancouver 2004; commercial voiceovers


Rosa Marchitelli - Click to enlarge Rosa Marchitelli - Journalism degree Ryerson University Toronto; writer/reporter CKAL-TV Calgary 1997; reporter CKVR-TV Barrie 1999-2001; reporter Global TV 2001-02; general assignment reporter then weekend news anchor CBC Radio and Television Vancouver 2002-13; journalism instructor BCIT 2010-13; evening news anchor CBC-TV Calgary 2013-current; Calgary-based host Go Public CBC national current.  LinkedIn profile 


Jack Marion - Click for recent photo Jack Marion - Radio and TV news CJON/CJON-TV St. John's NF 1973-74; news director/morning news anchor CKOV Kelowna 1974-78; news CKLG Vancouver 1978-85; news director/morning news CKWX/CKKS-FM Vancouver 1985-2000; news CHQM-FM/CFUN Vancouver 2000-2003; morning news CJJR-FM/CKBD Vancouver 2003-12; morning news CISF-FM Surrey 2016.  LinkedIn profile 


Bob "The Moj" Marjanovich - Click for larger image courtesy Vancouver Courier Bob "The Moj" Marjanovich - Reporter Sports Vue magazine Vancouver; sports talk host CKST Vancouver 2001-03; afternoon host CHMJ Vancouver 2003-06; host Football Fix CKST 2006-current


Tom Mark - Click to enlarge Tom Mark - Weekend youth news CKRC Winnipeg 1971-73; news CFRW Winnipeg 1973-79; news CFUN Vancouver 1979-80; CKDA Victoria 1980; news/news director CJOR/CHRX and morning news CJJR-FM Vancouver 1981-96; BC Radio Director RTNDA 1990; Vice President-Radio RTNDA 1992-2002; news director CKWX Vancouver 1996-2001; morning news CKNW Vancouver 2001-14; recipient of four RTNDA Best Newscast Awards; RTNDA Distinguished Service Award 2003 and Lifetime Achievement Award 2010; now living in Vernon; fill-in anchor CKIZ-FM Vernon and CKLZ-FM 104.7 Kelowna 2015-17 and morning anchor CKIZ-FM 2017-current


Pat Markley - Click to enlarge Pat Markley - BCIT Broadcast Journalism program graduate 1981; board operator/part time news CFMI-FM New Westminster 1981-84; news CKNW New Westminster 1984-2000; first woman to work as 'pilot' or shift supervisor fulltime at CKNW; novel writer current; assistant programmer/historical interpreter Burnaby Village 2004-09; program coordinator Museum of the Highwood, High River AB current; weekly newspaper article writer on history of Alberta foothills current


Rory Markas - Click to enlarge Rory Markas - Triple-A play-by-play Pacific Coast League baseball 1981-87 including Vancouver Canadians play-by-play CKWX Vancouver 1983-85; play-by-play USC men's basketball Trojan Radio Network circa 1985-90; sports reporter KNX radio/KCBS-TV Los Angeles 1990-96; lead radio announcer NBA Clippers/news reporter KTTV Los Angeles 1994-97; play-by-play announcer California Angels 2002-09; four Golden Mike Awards for radio reporting; two Associated Press Sportscasting awards; radio play-by-play award Southern California Sports Broadcasters Assn. 2008.  Died January 4, 2010 in Palmdale CA at age 54



Julie Markus - Production assistant BBC Radio 3 England 1972-73; production assistant BCTV Vancouver 1975-77; production assistant The Vancouver Show CKVU-TV 1977-78; news, interviews & movie reviews CFOX-FM Vancouver 1979; co-host with Cam McCubbin This AM on FM CJAZ-FM Vancouver 1980; writer/ narrator weekly small business commentary CBC Radio Vancouver & national syndication 1981; print journalist 1981-85; host arts/entertainment feature CKO-FM-4 Vancouver mid 1980s; CEO New Alliances Network Inc. Vancouver current


Andrew Marquis CBC-TV Montreal 1977 - Click for larger photos Andy Marquis - Cub reporter Winnipeg Free Press 1949; reporter Winnipeg Tribune 1950; CKFI Fort Frances ON 1951-53; out of radio 1953-57; reporter then manager CJAV Port Alberni Sept. 1957-59; CKLG Vancouver July 1959-60; news anchor CHAN-TV Vancouver 1960-67; as Andrew Marquis news anchor CFCF-TV Montreal 1967-77; news anchor CBC Montreal 1977-78.  Died in Montreal August 31, 1978 at age 49


David Marsden - Click to enlarge David Marsden - As Dave Mickie: CFCO Chatham ON 1963; CKEY Toronto 1963-64; CHIQ Hamilton 1964; host CBC-TV Music Hop 1964-67; as David Marsden: CKGM Montreal 1967-68; CKGM-FM/CHOM-FM Montreal 1968; CHUM-FM Toronto 1973-76; PD/DJ CFNY-FM Brampton ON 1977-88; Executive Producer Pilot One CBC-TV Vancouver 1987; PD/special events announcer CKST Langley/Vancouver 1990-93; director of operations/programming CFXJ-FM Toronto 2002; weekend host CKGE-FM Oshawa ON 2003-14; owner/operator and host nythespirit.com 2014-current.  David's website 


Rachel Marsden - Click for larger photo Rachel Marsden - BCIT broadcast program graduate; broadcast and print journalist; fill in host CFUN Vancouver late 1990s; news anchor/producer; production associate ABC News New York; columnist GOPUSA; host Battlezone CITR-FM Vancouver to 2005; panelist Dennis Miller Show CNBC Los Angeles 2004-2005; columnist National Post 2005; columnist Toronto Sun 2005-current; Canadian Correspondent Fox News Channel New York 2004-07; New York based Fox News Channel contributor/co-host Fox Network daily show Red Eye 2007; editor Grand Central Political current.  Rachel Marsden website


D'Arch Marsh 1951 - Click to enlarge D'Arcy Marsh - Literary editor UBC newspaper The Ubyssey 1925; arts graduate UBC 1926; began newspaper career at Vancouver Star 1926; reporter Hamilton Spectator; author of The Tragedy of Henry Thornton biography of late president of CNR 1935; served as Southam Press foreign correspondent 1935-36; national network commentator then news supervisor CBC Radio; editorial writer Vancouver Province 1940's-50s; international news commentator evenings CKWX Vancouver 1951; reporter Vancouver Times 1964-65; art reviewer Ottawa Journal circa 1971


Kerry Marshall - Click to enlarge Kerry Marshall - CHUB Nanaimo 1969-73; news then news director CKLG/CKLG-FM/CFOX-FM Vancouver 1974-2002; freelance voice 1974-current; news CKKS-FM/CKLG-FM Vancouver 2002-12; News and Content Director CIRH-FM Vancouver 2015-17.  LinkedIn profile 


Lisa Marshall - Click for photo with Michael Forbes Lisa Marshall - Brief stints St. Paul AB and Winkler MB 1985; CKRM Regina 1986-87; CKCK Regina 1987-90; CHRX Vancouver 1990-93; evenings/weekends CKWX Vancouver and host nationally syndicated Country Cabaret and Inside Country Satellite Radio Network Vancouver 1993-96; morning co-host CIOC-FM Victoria 1996-2015  


Dusty Martell - Click to enlarge Dusty Martell - Marketing/Radio & TV Announcing BCIT 1984; West Coast Patrol CFUN Vancouver 1984-85; Club Crawl reporter Vancouver Show CKVU-TV 1985; ski patrol/summer beach patrol CFOX-FM Vancouver 1985-86; Promotion Director/staff announcer/cruiser reporter CFMI-FM Vancouver 1986-88; co-host with Michael Reagan Lingo syndicated in Canada & U.S. 1987-88; Eye on Entertainment spots BCTV Vancouver 1988-89; BC Lottery 649 show with Stirling Faux BCTV 1989; traffic/remote broadcasts CKMA/CKSR-FM Abbotsford 1993-95; Dusty's Trails Abbotsford Times/fashion writer Abbotsford News 1993-95; owner Nannies-to-Go and Martell Personnel Private Consulting West Vancouver 1996-current; fill-in CKNW Vancouver 1999.  LinkedIn profile 


Mike Martignago - Click to enlarge
Mike Martignago - Broadcast Communications graduate BCIT 2006; on air host/reporter including Vancouver Whitecaps FC match day reporter TEAM Radio (CFTE/CKST) Vancouver 2006-current; communications manager SportMedBC 2010-current.  LinkedIn profile  


Claire Martin - Click to enlarge Claire Martin - Higher national certificate with distinction in mathematics, statistics and physics University of Reading UK; Central Forecast Office Bracknell UK; moved to Canada 1989; Environment Canada 1990; BSc University of Alberta Edmonton 1993; staff meteorologist and weather presenter ITV/Global Edmonton 1994-2005; national weather presenter The National and Canada Now CBC Television Toronto 2005-07; regional/national weather host CBC/CBC-TV Vancouver 2007-12; regional/national weather host CBC/CBC-TV Toronto 2012-14; managing director Anaïd Productions North Vancouver 2014-15; Green Party of Canada Climate Critic & 2015 Candidate North Vancouver 2015-16; President and Founder Met Media Services Vancouver 2015-current; Manager Service Delivery Transformation Vancouver 2016-current.  International Weather Festival award for Best Weather Presenter in the World Paris France 2000, Quebec City 2001 and Zagreb Croatia 2003; American Meteorological Society award Certified Broadcast Meteorologist 2005.  LinkedIn profile   


Donna Martin 1980 - Click for 2012 photo
Donna Martin - News/traffic reporter then writer/presenter In Vancouver news segment CKVN/CFUN Vancouver 1972-74; talk show host CFRW Winnipeg 1974-76; news reporter CBOT-TV Ottawa 1979-81; consumer reporter Radio Noon CBC Radio Ottawa 1982-83; consumer commentator/segment host It’s Your Money CBOT-TV 1983-85; coach/consultant/facilitator 1985-2002; Accenture Business Services for Utilities Vancouver 2003-05; ministerial liaison and issues management Government of Canada 2005-10; Donna Howes 2007; executive coach & facilitator Humanity at Work Vancouver 2010-current.  Linkedin profile


Pamela Martin Click to Enlarge Pamela Martin - Co-host/producer Daybreak CHEK-TV Victoria 1975; beat reporter CKNW New Westminster 1976; first female news anchor of a major 6 p.m. newscast BCTV Vancouver 1977-2001; co-anchor CTV News at Six CTV British Columbia Vancouver 2001-10; Director of Outreach Government of British Columbia 2011-13; Director of Engagement and Liaison Office of the Premier 2013-17.  LinkedIn profile 


Monica Martinez - Click to enlarge Monica Martinez - BCIT Broadcast program graduate 2011; reporter CBC-TV Vancouver 2011; reporter Global Television Regina 2011-current


Jeff Massie 1959 - Click to enlarge Jeff Massie - Host All Night Record Man CFUN Vancouver 1959


Jennifer Burke - Click to enlarge Jennifer Mather - (Now Jennifer Burke) BCIT Broadcast Journalism Program trainee 1986-87; technical producer and community events reporter CKNW New Westminster 1987-89; morning news anchor CFMI-FM Vancouver 1989-91; fill-in weather and news anchor BCTV Vancouver 1991; reporter/weekend news anchor BCTV 1992-98; associate producer first locally produced morning news program Saturday Morning News BCTV 1994-98; 6 p.m. news co-anchor CKVU-TV Vancouver 1998-2002; two-time Leo Award winner for Best News Anchor; host The Jennifer Mather Show CKNW 2003-05; married to Brian Burke, President/GM Toronto Maple Leafs; as Jennifer Burke: host Living Vancouver CBC-TV Vancouver 2007-08; part time news anchor CTV News Channel Toronto 2009-current


Kristina Matisic - Click to enlarge Kristina Matisic - News CISQ-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler 1993-94; overnight news anchor/reporter CKVU-TV Vancouver 1993-97 and late evening news anchor CKVU-TV 1997-99; named Broadcaster of Tomorrow B.C. Association of Broadcasters 1998; Co-Owner/Executive Producer/host/writer New Shoes Productions Vancouver 1999-2008; Co-Owner/Executive Producer/TV host Worldwide Bag Media Inc. Vancouver 2008-14; blogger/content creator www.annaandkristina.com Vancouver 2008-16; President Kristina Matisic Creative Inc. Vancouver 2014-current; spokesperson Focus on the Facts Campaign Health Canada 2015-16; Public Relations Manager Popcorn Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Keith Matthews 1996 - Click to enlarge with 1949 photo Keith Matthews - High School sports reporter Vancouver Sun 1942-43; Canadian Navy Vancouver then Halifax 1943-45; part time sports reporter Halifax Chronicle Herald 1945-46; sports writer Vancouver Sun 1946-49; Capilanos baseball (with Duke McLeod) CKMO Vancouver circa 1947; news editor/city editor/sports editor News Herald Vancouver 1949-58; sports writer Vancouver Sun 1958-60; sports editor Calgary Albertan 1960-64; Canadian Press and Football Writers’ Association Sports Writer of the Year 1962; sports editor Vancouver Times 1964-65; company newspaper editor/internal communications manager/information manager/major projects manager BC Telephone Co 1965-87; elected Variety Club president 1971 & 1972; organized/executive director BC Association of Cattle Feeders 1989-92; posthumously inducted into Vancouver Canadians Broadcast & Journalism Hall of Fame 2009.  Died in Vancouver May 14, 2006 at age 82


Dal Maxwell - CKMO Dal Maxwell - Staff announcer CKMO Vancouver 1946-48


Jim Maxwell - Click to enlarge Jim Maxwell - Night news editor CKNW 1940s


Tom Mayenknecht - Click to enlarge Tom Mayenknecht - Former sports executive with Tennis Canada, NBA Toronto Raptors and Vancouver Grizzlies; served as Governor of the Vancouver Ravens of the National Lacrosse League; involved in start up of CKST TEAM 1040 Vancouver 2001; commentator The Globe & Mail and Vancouver Sun; principal Emblematica Brand Builders 2006-current; host The Sport Market CKST Vancouver 2008-current


Norm Mazuren 1975 - Click to enlarge with recent photo Norm Mazuren - Summer replacement announcer CHWK Chilliwack 1965; BCIT Broadcast Production graduate, first class of 1966; evenings CFVR Abbotsford 1966-67; evenings then mid afternoons CHWK 1967-72; afternoon drive/mid mornings CJJC Langley 1972-77 (music director 1973-77); music director, assistant program director, mid mornings CHWK 1977-95; realtor, Royal LePage Wheeler Cheam Realty, Chilliwack 1996-2011; retired.  email nlmaz@shaw.ca


Alexis Mazurin - Click for larger CBC photo Alexis Mazurin - Comedy writer/producer/reporter/performer local theatre, CBC Radio/TV and Shaw Cable Vancouver 2003-05; segment co-host with JJ Lee Out There on Sounds Like Canada CBC Radio Vancouver; host CBC Radio 3 Vancouver to 2005.   Died in Vancouver October 20, 2005 at age 27


Mervyn Meadows - Click to enlarge
Mervyn Meadows - CFPR Prince Rupert; CHFM-FM Calgary news director 1964-66; DJ CKWX Vancouver 1966-73; Foreign Service and received a special commendation in 1992; retired to Saanichton B.C.  Died in Saanichton October 24, 2015 at age 74   


Kelly Medos - Click to enlarge
Kelly Medos - Diploma of Technology, Radio Arts and Entertainment 2014; Promotions Coordinator HUSH Magazine Vancouver 2013; on-air Evolution 107.9 BCIT 2013-14 Burnaby; intern producer CKNW Vancouver 2014; traffic reporter CHMJ Vancouver 2013-15; promotions Corus Entertainment Vancouver radio cluster 2012-16, social media specialist 2014-16 & co-host SWSTV 2015-16; airborne traffic reporter Canadian Traffic Network/Global TV Vancouver/CHMJ 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile  



Riaz Meghji - Click to enlarge
Riaz Meghji - Roving reporter radio promotions CKZZ-FM Vancouver 2002; host/producer 969 MTV Canada Vancouver 2002-05; weathercaster CTV British Columbia 2004-05; writer then anchor Inside Jam and Canoe Live Sun TV (CKXT-TV) Toronto 2005-06; ANOKHI Magazine TV Personality of the Year 2006; host Toronto International Film Festival 2006-09; reporter Bell TV Festival Access Toronto 2006-08; Field Director Tricon Films & Television Toronto 2008; host Breakfast Television CityTV Vancouver 2008-current; host TEDx Vancouver 2012-current; Creator EveryConversationCounts.com 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile


Zain Meghji - Click to enlarge Zain Meghji - BA Theatre University of British Columbia 2000; theatre/film/TV actor; reporter Out on TV Shaw Cable Vancouver; advice panelist MTV Canada; on-air presenter Swindon FM UK; Live Eye host Breakfast Television Citytv Vancouver 2005; reporter eTalk CTV 2006-09; live red carpet host, Toronto International Film Festival 2009; host How to Look Good Naked Canada 2009-12; speaker National Speakers Bureau 2009-current; host Breakfast Television Citytv Calgary 2010-11; on air contributor Showbiz Tonight Greater New York City area 2012; special correspondent EXTRA NBC 2013-14; news anchor/writer Yahoo New York 2014; Head of Video Content Vancity Buzz/The Daily Hive 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Margaret Meikle - Click for larger photo
Margaret Meikle - Regular on CBC local and national radio; created The Answer Lady CBC Radio 1990s; regular on the Vicki Gabereau Show; wrote for Canadian Living and hosted a variety of CBC programs; co-producer Booked on Saturday Night CBC Television Vancouver; published Dear Answer Lady children's books; recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal; given Civic Merit Award by the City of Vancouver 2012.  Died in Vancouver December 21, 2013 at age 57 


Stu Melby - CHQT Edmonton
Stu Melby - CKLG AM & FM Vancouver 1960s; CKPG Prince George; morning host CHQT Edmonton early 1970s



Jackie Melville - Editor CBC Radio Vancouver 1973-74; reporter CBC Television Vancouver 1974-79; Victoria Legislature Reporter CBC-TV 1979-81; CBC National Radio News Toronto 1981-82; editor/reporter The House Parliamentary Bureau CBC National Radio News 1982-85; editor/reporter The House Parliamentary Bureau CBC National Radio News 1994-95; CBC Government Relations Manager 1995-96; producer Politics with Don Newman CBC National Television News Parliamentary Bureau 1996-current


Gian-Paolo Mendoza - Click to enlarge
Gian-Paolo Mendoza - MA Journalism UBC Vancouver 2015; freelance videographer/editor Vancouver 2011-16; Project Manager Keys to the Streets CityStudio Vancouver 2013; intern Global Television Vancouver 2013; videographer/editor I Do Productions Vancouver 2013-15; producer/intern CBC Radio 3 Vancouver 2014; intern Georgia Street Media Vancouver 2014; videographer/editor Global Reporting Centre Vancouver 2014-15; writer/producer CBC News Vancouver 2015; assistant video editor Al Jazeera's People and Power: Out of the Shadows Vancouver 2015; video journalist CBC Vancouver 2015-current.  Website  LinkedIn profile 


Paul Mennier - Click to enlarge Paul Mennier - Sports/news anchor Atlantic Television 1986-97; News Director/anchor Vancouver Television CIVT 1997-99; news anchor A-Channel Edmonton 1999-2005; Local Content Manager/news anchor Citytv Edmonton 2006-10; independent contractor
Ottawa 2010-current; contract publicist/media consultant Ottawa 2011-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Wolfgang Mentze 1970s - Click to enlarge Wolfgang Mentze - Producer/host German program CJVB Vancouver 1970s-80s


Ferrah Merali - click to enlarge
Farrah Merali - Graduate Ryerson journalism program Toronto; McGill campus radio Montreal; writer/producer CBC Newsworld; overnight anchor CKWX Vancouver 2012; reporter CBC Vancouver current


Bob Merchant - click to enlarge with recent photo
Bob Merchant - Announcer CHNL Kamloops; swing CKXL Calgary 1973-74; CJCA Edmonton; mid mornings CFUN Vancouver circa 1978; CISL Richmond mid 1980s; p.m. drive including host The Fifties at Five CKWX Vancouver late 1980s-early 1990s.  Died in Langley June 9, 2015 at age 69 


Stephanie Mercier - Click to enlarge Stephanie Mercier - BCIT Broadcast program graduate 2009; reporter/guest host Tommy Wolski's Sport of Kings Citytv Vancouver 2006-09; reporter CBC Vancouver 2008-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Joy Metcalfe - Click for larger photo Joy Metcalfe - Joy's Journal CKNW Vancouver 1977-99; writer 20 years at The Courier, The North Shore News, Joy in the Morning The Province 1981 and 17 years Vancouver Lifestyles; Joy's Journal CKBD Vancouver 1999-2001; morning fill-ins CKNW 2001-05 and Joy's Journal CKNW 2004-current; contributor CISL Vancouver morning show; multi award winner including 2007 Consumer's Choice Woman of the Year Award; commendations from numerous charitable organizations


Jon Meyer - Click to enlarge
John Meyer - Broadcast journalism & print diploma Mohawk College Toronto; news reporter/editor CHML Hamilton 2005-06; news snchor/web editor Bayshore Broadcasting Owen sound 2007-15; TV host/commentator Ontario Hockey League Rogers Communications Owen Sound ON 2011-15; news anchor/reporter CKNW Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile 



Shirley Meyer - CFRO-FM Vancouver -1980; CKO-FM-4 Vancouver 1980


Suzette Meyers - Click to enlarge Suzette Meyers  (Suzette Meyers Curtain) - Documentary filmmaker; co-anchor 6 p.m. news CKVU-TV Vancouver to 1998; documentary filmmaker Insight Documentaries 1998-2008; recipient Canadian Association of Broadcasters Gold Ribbon Award and BC Association of Broadcasters Best News Series Award; weekend news anchor/field reporter BCTV/Global Vancouver 2001-08; fill in host CBC TV/Radio Vancouver 2008-10; freelance writer/journalist 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile



Al Michaels - News CJCL Toronto late 1970s; CKO-FM-2 Toronto 1981-89; DJ CHQM-FM Vancouver late 1980s-early 90s; news CFRB Toronto 1996-2001


John Michaels 1975 - Click for recent photo John Michaels - CKOV Kelowna to 1974; p.m. drive CKWX Vancouver 1974-75; CILK-FM Kelowna; CKLZ-FM Kelowna; talk show host CKOV 2004-07; a.m. drive CKOV-FM 2007-current



Sean Michaels - Part time news anchor CKWX Vancouver 2004-10; producer Global National Vancouver current; freelance investigative journalist current


Andy Michaelson 1970s - Click to enlarge with recent photo Andy Michaelson - Announcer/reporter CHED Edmonton; CKYL Peace River; CJCA Edmonton 1960s; as Andy Michaels CISL, CKNW 1970s-80s and co-host last morning show CJOR Vancouver 1988; communications professional and consultant Vancouver and Edmonton; writer and poet St. Albert AB.  Died May 10, 2017 in St. Albert.


Hank Michaud - Click to enlarge H.L. (Henry) Michaud - Aka Hank Michaud CHUB Nanaimo; read news standing up on stage at Pacific National Exhibition CKNW New Westminster; co-owner CJDC Dawson Creek 1956-99 and CJDC-TV 1959-99.   Died in Dawson Creek October 10, 2005 at age 78



Ian Michaud - CJJC Langley 1975-76; sports broadcaster and voice of the Vancouver Whitecaps 1973-81 CJOR Vancouver; soccer news CKWX Vancouver early 1980s 


Dagmar Midcap - Click for larger photo Dagmar Midcap - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate 1990; host/interviewer/anchor WB55 TV Cleveland OH 1990-98; traffic/weather reporter VTV Vancouver 1998-2001; traffic reporter/Driving co-host Global TV Vancouver 2001-2004; motorcycle columnist Vancouver Province 2003-04; Driving Television Global TV Network 2005; appeared in numerous film and television series produced in Vancouver; co-host Crash Test Mommy, Life Network 2005; meteorologist/weather/traffic anchor Better Mornings WGCL-TV Atlanta 2007-10; meteorologist/weather anchor KSND-TV San Diego 2011-current.  LinkedIn profile



Joe Midmore - Co-host Nabob Party Time with Dal Richards CKWX Vancouver 1943; news then promotions director CKWX 1940s-50s (except RCAF 1945-46)


Joanna Mileos - Click to enlarge Joanna Mileos - News reporter KBS cluster Kootenays BC 1988-89; morning show co-host/news anchor CISQ-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler 1989-90; traffic reporter/news announcer/programming promotions co-ordinator CISL/CKZZ-FM Vancouver 1990-96; segment reporter Viewpoint Rogers Cable Richmond 1995-97; host Plugged In Rogers Richmond 1997-99; news reporter/weekend anchor 1996-99 and p.m. drive news anchor 1999-2007 CKWX Vancouver; fill-in weekend news reporter Citytv Vancouver 2004; owner The Granville Island Toy Company Vancouver 2007-current; freelance voice current.  LinkedIn profile


Terry Milewski - Click to enlarge Terry Milewski - Print, radio and television reporter UK and Canada; news CBR/CBR-TV Calgary 1970's; CBC National Television News Service 1980-current including science and medicine specialist 1980-83, Ottawa parliamentary reporter 1983-86, The National bureau chief and first Middle East correspondent Jerusalem 1986; CBC-TV Washington correspondent; CBC-TV reporter based in Vancouver 2005-09; senior political correspondent CBC Ottawa 2009-16; RTDNA Lifetime Achievement Award for Network Programming 2017.  LinkedIn profile 


Ben Miljure - Click to enlarge
Ben Miljure - BCIT Broadcast journalism graduate 2011; news/current affairs reporter/anchor CHON-FM Whitehorse YT 2011; reporter/anchor CTV Prince Albert/Saskatoon SK 2011-13; news reporter CTV Winnipeg 2013-16; reporter CTV Vancouver 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Alan Millar 1960 - Click to enlarge Alan Millar - CJVI Victoria while attending high school 1947; majored in English and theatre at University of Washington Seattle; drama actor CBC Radio Vancouver; first contract announcer CBUT Vancouver 1953; co-host Almanac CBUT 1950s; announcer Eleanor series CBUT 1955; moved to Toronto to work in variety department CBC Toronto 1959; host Fancy Free CBC-TV 1960; host national weekly magazine show Metronome and created radio series CBC Song Market 1960s; host/panelist Flashback series CBC-TV 1962-64; featured On Location series CBC-TV 1974; writer/producer game show Connection CTV network 1970s; returned to CBC Radio as announcer 1979 and worked on Stereo Morning, CBC News, Radio Noon and The Entertainers; host regional radio show Ontario Morning 1980-86; co-host Fresh Air 1986-89; left CBC to pursue other interests 1989.  Died in Toronto June 4, 1991 at age 62


Ched Miller - Click for 1975 CJJC and recent photos Ched Miller - CFWH Whitehorse YT 1967-69; mornings/production CKRW Whitehorse 1969-70; middays/promotion CKRC Winnipeg 1970-71; freelance commercial voiceover production including Chevron Your Town Pump, ABC Country Restaurants and more 1970-current; mornings CKVN Vancouver 1971; middays/production CKLG Vancouver 1971/72; traffic/weekends/production CKNW/CFMI-FM Vancouver 1972-74; p.m. drive CJJC Langley 1974-75; stage actor Frantic Follies Whitehorse 1975-76; middays CFUN Vancouver 1978-80; farmer - race horses and hay 1980-95; p.m. drive CJUP/CKST Langley 1987-89; weekend mornings CFUN 1991-95; Latremouille fill-in Ched for Fred CKKS-FM and mornings CKWX Vancouver 1995-96; Stucco Doctor Franchise 1996-99; Appliance Guy - major appliance sales and repair shop 1999-2005; semi-retired 2005-current


Corrie Miller - Click to enlarge Corrie Miller (Corrie Ashton) - BCIT broadcast graduate 1997; morning traffic reporter CFMI-FM/CKNW Vancouver 1998-2009; Hot Wheels columnist The Province Vancouver 2006-08; TV host Driver's Seat 2007-08; featured blogger Waterfront Media Inc. New York 2008-10; morning co-host CJXY-FM Burlington ON & morning co-host CING-FM Hamilton 2010-11; Manager, Communications and Business Development, Calculated Presentations Vancouver 2013; Associate Editor and writer Glacier Media Inc. Vancouver 2013-current; morning co-host/news/traffic CHLG-FM Vancouver 2014-15.  LinkedIn profile 


Douglas Miller - Click to enlarge Douglas Miller - PM drive CKOK Penticton; CFUN Vancouver; CJOR Vancouver; CFMI Vancouver 1978-83; CKNW New Westminster 1987; weather anchor CKVU-TV and BCTV Vancouver 1981-91; real estate sales 1991-current; Mayor of Lions Bay 2002-05; Associate Broker ReMax Crest Realty 2006-11; Managing Broker Sutton Group - West Coast Realty West Vancouver and Gibsons 2011-15; Managing Broker Team 3000 Realty Ltd. West Vancouver 2015-17; Licensed Realtor Team 3000 Realty Ltd. 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile  Website 


Michelle Miller - Click to enlarge Michelle Miller - Reporter BCTV/Global Vancouver early 2000s-current


Scott Miller - Click to enlarge Scott Miller - CKNR Elliot Lake ON 1974-75; evenings CJME Regina 1975-78; CHAB Moose Jaw SK 1978; CKOM Saskatoon 1978-79; CFTR Toronto 1979; overnight then p.m. drive CKLW Windsor 1979-90; WKSG-FM Mount Clemens/Detroit 1990; WOMC-FM Detroit 1990-92; p.m. drive WJMK-FM Chicago 1992-2001; WGRV-FM Detroit 2001; weekends WMGC-FM Detroit 2001-02; p.m. drive WSRZ-FM Sarasota FL 2002-07; voice tracking including WRLL Chicago 2004-07; afternoons WRVR-FM Memphis TN 2007-08; morning host CKCL-FM Vancouver 2009-10; morning host WOLX-FM Madison WI 2010-15; p.m. drive WKTK-FM Gainesville-Ocala FL 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Trevor Miller - Click to enlarge Trevor Miller - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate 1997; reporter/anchor CISQ-FM Squamish 1998; editor/reporter/anchor CKWX Vancouver 1998-99; news/sports reporter CKVU-TV Vancouver 1999-2001; sports anchor CKNW/CJNW Vancouver 2001-02; host/writer/co-producer Shaw TV Vancouver 2002-06; media relations assistant Vancouver 2010 Olympic Bid Corporation 2003-04; sports columnist False Creek Community Newspaper 2004-06; media relations manager Bodog TV 2006-08; Corporate Communications Officer BC Lottery Corporation 2008-11; Real Estate Agent RE/MAX Colonial Pacific Realty Ltd White Rock 2013-current.  LinkedIn profile


Bob Mills - Click for larger photo Bob Mills - CHOR Summerland BC; signed on CIZZ-FM Red Deer 1987-92; Program Director CJAY-FM Calgary 1992-93; on-air CFOX Vancouver/PD 1994-2001; on-air/PD CKOV/CKLZ-FM Kelowna 2002-current


Tracey Mills - Click for larger photo Tracey Mills  (Tracey Fresneda) - Traffic/promotions CHRX Vancouver 1991; CKZZ-FM Vancouver early 1990s; all night host/morning traffic reporter CFOX-FM Vancouver 1998-2000; Big Sister 1999-2006 and Board of Directors Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland 2003-07; middays CKKS-FM/CKZZ-FM Vancouver 2000-01; traffic/weekend host CKBD Vancouver/Promotions Director CKBD/CJJR-FM Vancouver 2001-03; Director of TV & Radio Marketing and Promotions Bell Media 2003-15; Alumni Member Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland 2007-current; Board of Directors BC & Yukon MS Society of Canada 2012-current; Executive Search Consultant  Harbour West Consulting 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile   


Adam (DJ Trouble) Milne - Click to enlarge Adam (DJ Trouble) Milne - Street teamer/summer sticker spotter CFBT-FM Vancouver 2005-07; p.m. drive CFWD-FM Saskatoon 2007-10; club DJ & evenings CHBN-FM Edmonton 2010-11; evenings CFUN-FM/CKKS-FM Vancouver 2011-current


David Milne David Milne - CFJC Kamloops; midday host CHQM-FM Vancouver to 2009


Olga Milosevich - Click for larger photo Olga Milosevich - Host Serbian program/news reporter CJVB Vancouver 1970s-83; TV news anchor, current affairs/music host, producer/host weekly arts show Connections CBC Halifax 1983-2012


Brett Mineer - Click to enlarge Brett Mineer - Graduate BCIT Broadcast program 2004; Production Assistant Sport of Kings Communications 1997-2003; news reporter CHNL/CJKM-FM Kamloops 2005-08; reporter/anchor CKNW Vancouver 2008-11; reporter CTV Vancouver Island 2011-12; Media Relations Specialist BC NDP  2013; freelance writer Parrodoxx Pictures Inc 2013; panelist Shaw Communications Vancouver 2011-14; freelance reporter 24Hrs Vancouver/Tri-Cities Now 2014; freelance writer Wendy Hartley PR Vancouver 2014; freelance content creator Renu Bakshi Communications Inc. Vancouver 2013-15; Government and Media Relations Officer WorkSafeBC 2015-16; Communications Officer Provincial Health Services Authority 2016-17; Jack Webster Foundation's Best News Reporting of the Year award 2011.  LinkedIn profile 


Duncan Minett - Click to enlarge Duncan Minett - Columbia Academy scholorship award winner 2003; Aquatic Supervisor City of Coquitlam 1994-2004; actor/voice actor/stand-up comedian 1999-current; numerous film, television and theatre credits; traffic/weather reporter CKWX Vancouver 2004-10; instructor Columbia Academy Vancouver 2004-06; copy writer/fill-in news/traffic CJJR-FM/CKBD/CKPK-FM Vancouver 2004-current.  website  LinkedIn profile 


Brian Minter - Click to enlarge Brian Minter - Owner Country Garden Store Chilliwack 1970-current; president Minter Gardens Chilliwack 1980-2013; host Saturday morning garden show CFSR-FM Abbotsford 1986-99; recipient Order of Canada 1990; CFSR/CKSR Abbotsford/Chilliwack 2000-01; gardening host cable TV & Knowledge Network; video production; magazine columnist; Gardening with Brian Minter CKBD Vancouver 2001-08; regular open line guest CBC Radio Vancouver current; Chancellor University of the Fraser Valley 2008-current


Cam Mitchell - Click to enlarge Cam Mitchell - BCIT Broadcast journalism graduate 2009; producer/reporter CKST & CTV Vancouver 2010-15; fill-in sports anchor CTV Vancouver 2015; traffic reporter CHMJ Vancouver and producer CKNW Vancouver 2016-17; producer CISL Vancouver 2017-current.  LinkedIn profile



Dave Mitchell - Evenings CKLG Vancouver 1977


Ed Mitchell CKVN 1972 - Click to enlarge Ed Mitchell - Mornings CKVN Vancouver 1972; CKLG Vancouver circa 1974-75; CFMI-FM New Westminster


Simon Mitchell - Click to enlarge Simon Mitchell - Health and fitness consultant iNform Health and Fitness Adelaide Australia 2003-04; Promotions Austereo SAFM Adelaide Australia 2004-06; evening host/Assistant Music Director Hot 91 Maroochydore (Sunshine Coast) Queensland Australia 2006-08; swing announcer CFMI-FM Vancouver 2008; CHBE-FM Victoria 2008-09; location assistant Silver River TV London UK 2009-10; music director/p.m. drive CIBK-FM Calgary 2010-11 


Evan Mitsui - Click to enlarge Evan Mitsui - Technology Diploma Broadcast Journalism BCIT 2009; English Teacher AEON Corporation 2005-07; Bachelor of Philosophy Broadcast Journalism BCIT 2010; owner Freestyle Photography 2007-current; recreation reporter The Express Shaw TV 2008-09; web reporter CBC News Vancouver 2008- 09; part time web reporter CBC Television Vancouver Winter Olympics 2010; assistant Instructor Broadcast Journalism BCIT 2009-10; ENG camera operator CBC Television Vancouver 2010-current;
multimedia associate producer CBC News Vancouver 2011-current
LinkedIn profile



Anjali Mohan - Click to enlarge Anjali Mohan - News/sports CIKT-FM Grande Prairie AB; midday news anchor CKWX Vancouver 2007-08


Kent Molgat - Click to enlarge Kent Molgat - Graduate BCIT Broadcast Journalism program 1986; CJXX Grande Prairie AB; CJIB Vernon; reporter/Sports Desk fill-in CHBC-TV Kelowna 1988-2008; Jack Webster Foundation Award for Television News Reporting 2006; Okanagan Bureau Chief CTV British Columbia 2008-17


David Molko - Click to enlarge
David Molko - Researcher MSNBC 2004-05; general assignment reporter WICZ-TV Binghamton NY 2005; freelance copy editor/writer WNYW-TV New York 2006; producer WCBS-TV New York 2006-08; Senior Producer CNN International 2008-13; Senior Producer CNN International Asia Pacific Hong Kong 2013-16; reporter CTV Vancouver 2016-current; five-time Emmy-award-winner 2008-12.  LinkedIn profile 


Garry Monahan - Click for recent Canucks photo Garry Monahan - First player ever selected in original NHL amateur draft 1963; Montreal Canadiens 1967-69; Detroit Red Wings 1969-70; Los Angeles Kings 1970; Toronto Maple Leafs 1970-74; left winger Vancouver Canucks 1974-78; Maple Leafs 1978-79; Japan Hockey League Toyko 1979-82; colour commentator (with Jim Robson play-by-play) Canucks hockey broadcasts CKNW New Westminster 1983-88; player Boston Pizza traveling Canucks Alumni team current.  Wikipedia bio


Connie Monk - Click to enlarge Connie Monk - Freelance video writer/producer; senior news/current affairs producer/reporter/weekend anchor CBC-TV Vancouver; reporter Global Television Vancouver; reporter/program producer/anchor ITV Television Edmonton; reporter/news/current affairs CFCW Radio Edmonton; program head, Broadcast Journalism BCIT current


Katherine Monk - Click to enlarge Katherine Monk - English literature degree University of British Columbia 1988; post-graduate film student UBC 1988-90; summer intern then news reporter/copy editor/production editor/political columnist/pop music critic/movie critic Vancouver Sun 1990-2004; author Weird Sex and Snowshoes: And Other Canadian Film Phenomena 2001; national movie writer CanWest News Service 2003; regular contributor Definitely Not the Opera CBC Radio One Vancouver 1997-current; movie reviewer Global Television Vancouver current  


Tank Montana - Click for alternate photo Tank Montana - Morning drive CITI-FM Winnipeg 1986-87 and all nights/weekends 1987; all nights/weekends CJFM-FM Montreal 1987-89; afternoon drive CHTX Montreal 1989-91; evenings/weekends CKLG Vancouver 1991-94; afternoon drive 2CR FM Bournemouth UK 1995-96; breakfast Chiltern FM Regional 1996-97 and p.m. drive 1997-2002; p.m. drive/evenings Planet Rock DAB National UK 1999-2003; weekends The Storm DAB Regional UK 2001-03; Area PD Assistant 2002-03; PD Chiltern FM Bedford UK 2003-04; breakfast/p.m. drive Breeze DAB London 2003-04; weekends/swing Classic Gold National UK 2003-current; p.m. drive Classic Gold Regional UK 2004-05; host Legends with Tank Montana Kerrang! 105.2 Birmingham UK 2005-current


Bernard Moore - Click to enlarge Bernard Moore - Aka the BC Gardener; professional horticulturalist involved in greenhouse production, nursery stock production and landscape gardening; made more than 700 television appearances and 2,400 radio programs as a gardening consultant for CBC Vancouver 1970s-80s; garden writer for B.C. Ministry of Agriculture; taught horticulture at Langara and Douglas Colleges; authored Pruning With Bernard Moore 1980, Vegetable Gardening with Bernard Moore 1980 and Landscaping with Bernard Moore 1981


Terry Moore - Click to enlarge Terry Moore - CKUA Edmonton; CFCN Calgary; CKFH Toronto; mornings WTFM-FM New York; talk show host CJOR Vancouver 1970s; CKWX Vancouver; CKNW New Westminster 1980-92; author household hints publication Toothpaste & Peanut Butter 1988; talk show host then mornings CHQR Calgary 1992-99; news anchor CICT-TV Calgary 7 early 1990s; p.m. drive talk show host CFAX Victoria early 1990s-2007; co-host Wine Talk CFAX weekends; daily talk show host CFAX 2012-16 and fill-in host 2016-current


Mike Moreau - Click to enlarge

Mike Moreau - Announcer CKCQ Quesnel 1982-83; anouncer/Music Director/Assistant PD CIBC-FM/CIRX-FM Prince George 1983-90; announcer & writer/producer The Rock Journal & The Rock File/Assistant Music Director CFOX-FM Vancouver 1990-95; announcer CFMI-FM Vancouver 1995-98; Promotional Representative BMG Music Canada 1995-2001; left industry in 2001; newsroom system software provider Burli Software Inc. Vancouver current



Elisha Moreno - Click to enlarge Elisha Moreno - As Elisha Odowichuk: graduate Langara jouralism program; intern Abbotsford News 1995; writer/producer/reporter VTV Vancouver 1997-98; producer/casual news reporter Broadcast One CBC-TV Vancouver 1998-99; public relations manager Vancouver Aquarium 1999; as Elisha Moreno: spokesperson/Media Relations Manager BC Hydro Vancouver 2000-07; Director of Corporate Communications Plutonic Power Corporation Vancouver 2007-current


Ronald J. Morey 1970 - Click to enlarge Ronald J. Morey - CJOB Winnipeg late 1960s; CKCK Regina late 1960s; CKLG Vancouver 1970; CKOC Hamilton 1972; CHUM Toronto 1970s


Charlee Morgan - Click to enlarge Charlee Morgan - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate; CHAB Moose Jaw SK 1985-86; CKCK Regina 1986; evenings then middays CKLG Vancouver 1986-90; CKKS-FM Vancouver 1991-95; middays CHFM-FM Calgary 1995-2008; morning host CKCL-FM Vancouver 2008; CHUP-FM Calgary 2009-10; middays CIUP-FM Edmonton 2010-17; semi-retired/VT work Parksville 2017-current                     


Michael Morgan - Click to enlarge with 1973 CKLG survey photo Michael Morgan - As Michael Couchman: board op/technician CJCA Edmonton 1965-67; evenings/late TV news CJDC Dawson Creek 1967-68; p.m. drive CKPG Prince George 1968; as Michael F. Couchman: morning Kaleidoscope host CJME Regina 1968-69; as Michael W. Morgan: p.m. drive CKGM Montreal 1969-71; evenings CKVN Vancouver 1971-73; as Michael Morgan: evenings CKLG Vancouver 1972-78; host Canadian Top 40 on 52 stations 1975-79; president/CEO Michael Morgan Communications 1978-93; middays CFUN Vancouver 1980-82; national syndication company with shows on 50 stations coast to coast featuring stars such as Dr David Suzuki, David Foster, Terry David Mulligan and Bruce Allen 1981-91; creative consultant Quest Advertising Vancouver 1995-2010; a.m. drive talk host CKST Vancouver 1997-98; morning talk show host CFUN Vancouver 1997-2001; owner/CEO Michael Morgan Voices 2005-current; communications consultant Aboriginal Voices Radio Network Toronto 2006; marketing/sales consultant Advanced Interactive Inc. 2006-08; communications (Advisory Board) SuperChefs Entertainment Inc. Vancouver 2008-current; communications consultant BC Treaty Commission 2010; strategic communications consultant Coalition of Concerned Metis Citizens Vancouver 2010; strategic communications consultant BC Metis Federation 2011-12; communications coordinator Sechelt (shíshálh) First Nation 2013-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Peter Morgan - Click to enlarge Peter Morgan - News CFAX Victoria 1966; news director CKNL Fort St. John 1968-69/70-71/72; news announcer CJCA Edmonton 1971-72; news director CJVB Vancouver 1972-73; beat reporter and assignment editor CKWX Vancouver 1974-79; senior reporter BC Business Week Vancouver; editor BC Business Magazine; founding Director and Chair of Canadian Constitution Foundation 2002-04; founding Director and Chair of Association for Upholding Constitutional Rights registered charity 2002-04; founder/President/CEO Morgan:News Vancouver 1985-current; concurrently also former publisher Morgan:News:2010 2003-10; concurrently also publisher Morgan:News:BorderZones 2010-current 


Tim Morgan - Click to enlarge Tim Morgan - BCIT graduate 1995; swing announcer CIRX-FM Prince George 1995-97; swing announcer CJAY-FM Calgary 1997-99; evenings CFMI-FM Vancouver 1999-2001; middays CJAY-FM 2001-02; middays CFOX-FM Vancouver 2002-January 2004; weekends, CFBT-FM Vancouver September-December 2004; afternoon drive host CHOM-FM Montreal December 2004-07; middays CFGQ-FM Calgary 2007-current


Rae-Anne Morin - Click to enlarge
Rae-Anne Morin - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate 1991; news anchor/reporter CKPG Prince George 1991-93; newsroom supervisor RDTV Red Deer 1993-95; news producer ITV Edmonton 1995-97; creator/producer/backup anchor/reporter BCTV Morning News 1997-98; supervising producer/assignment manager BCTV Weekend News Hour 1998-2001; creator/supervising producer BCTV News Hour Final 2001-03; senior news producer Global BC 2003-07; winner multiple RTNDA Awards; Leo Award winner for Best News Package 2004; Gemini Award nominee for Best News Special Events Coverage 2006; president  R.A.M. Media 2009-12.  Died in North Vancouver December 20, 2012 at age 44


Ron Morrier from CKLG promo poster 1958 - Click to enlarge Ron Morrier - (Joseph Roland D. Morrier) 43 years in broadcasting: Edmonton, Winnipeg, Montreal, Watrous, SK and Kingston, Jamaica; morning host The Morrier the Merrier CKLG Vancouver 1958; host of All-Star Wrestling BCTV Vancouver 1960-81; 20 years host Kiwanis television auction.  Died in North Vancouver August 4, 1981 at age 67.  Slam Sports bio


Bob Morris - Click to enlarge Bob Morris - Announcer CHUB Nanaimo 1962-67; newscaster/announcer CFUN Vancouver 1967-69; announcer/newscaster CKLG/CKLG-FM Vancouver 1969-74; PD CKLG-FM 1974-76; PD CKDA Victoria 1976-79; owner/manager Westrack Communications Calgary 1979-80; PD CHQR Calgary 1979-82; announcer/PD CJUP Langley 1982-84; national talk show host CKO-FM4 Vancouver then announcer/PD CJOR/CHRX Vancouver 1984-89; Manager Professional Film Studies Program Capilano College North Vancouver 1989-2005; Owner/Manager CKAY-FM Gibsons 2005-current


George Morris 1960s - Click for larger 1961 CFUN photo George Morris - Overnights Late Daddy G CFUN Vancouver 1961; CHQM Vancouver; Super Disk-Jockey aka Buddy G CKGM Montreal mid 1960s; founded commercial production studio Listen Audio Productions Montreal late 1960s; host Sunday Morning Gold CJFM-FM Montreal 1980's-94; voice of Participaction and other major national clients.


Jill Morris - Click to enlarge Jill Morris - Marketing/public relations; reporter JRfm Funfinder CJJR-FM Vancouver 2002-current



James Morrison - CKWX Vancouver news mid seventies; CJOR Vancouver early eighties


Jim Morrison circa 1972 - Click to enlarge with recent photo Jim Morrison - Announcer/technical producer including Mounties baseball live broadcasts & away-game reconstruction CKWX Vancouver 1967-70; production manager CKLG/CKLG-FM Vancouver 1970-71; announcer/special feature producer CKWX 1972-75; Evening News host/TV producer CBC-TV Calgary 1975-77; general/production manager Video Publications Limited Calgary 1977-83; morning show host CJAZ-FM Vancouver 1983-84; president/CEO First Light Productions Vancouver 1988-90; video/film producer & owner/manager Morrison Productions Vancouver 1985-88 & 1990-current; media marketing communications Capilano Communications Group Vancouver current.  LinkedIn profile 


Neil Morrison - Click to enlarge Neil Morrison - Broadcasting programming Humber College Toronto 1991; retail staffer Sam the Record Man 1985-88; as Brother Bill part time overnight then p.m. drive CFNY-FM Toronto 1988-2004; midday host CFOX-FM Vancouver 2004-14; p.m. drive then a.m. drive host CISF-FM Surrey 2016-17.  LinkedIn profile  


Leigh Morrow - Click for larger photo Leigh Morrow - Reporter CKVU-TV/Citytv Vancouver 1990s-2006; as journalist/reporter in several TV productions including Neon Rider and Dead Ahead: The Exxon Valdez Disaster 1992 and Sliders 1995; reporter Global BC 2006-07; realtor Bay Realty White Rock 2008-current


Kathy Morse - Click to enlarge Kathy Morse - Pilot CKNW New Westminster 1975; Eye-in-the-Sky and pilot trainer CKNW 1976-1990; traffic reporter CFMI 1985-90; game show announcer CFAC-TV Calgary (2 years) 1980s; game show snnouncer CKVU-TV Vancouver (4 years) 1980s; TV Week Traffic Reporter of the Year 1988 & 1989; Councillor Maple Ridge BC 1999-2002; Mayor Maple Ridge 2002-05; commercial/cartoon voice current


Ross Mortimer - Click to enlarge Ross Mortimer - News/midday host/host Kiddies Karnival CJOR Vancouver 1940s-circa 1955; host Burns Chuckwagon CBC Dominion radio network from CJOR 1950s-60s; host Vacation Time CBC-TV Vancouver 1965.  Died in West Vancouver December 16, 1975 at age 62


Roy Morton CKWX 1973 - Click to enlarge with recent photo Roy Morton - CKDA Victoria 1966; morning news CKWX Vancouver 1970s; now Dr. Roy Morton, medical director and head of addiction consulting service Royal Columbian Hospital New Westminster


Dan Moscrip - Click to enlarge Dan Moscrip - Victoria Cable 10 1978-79; BCIT Broadcast Television graduate 1981; senior producer/director Knowledge Network (1000+ broadcast programs) 1981-2006; owner video production company Looking Glass Productions Ltd. North Vancouver 1990-current; Canadian Association of Broadcaster’s Quarter Century Club 2006; instructor Vancouver Film School 2008-10 & BCIT Television 2011-current


Jenna Mosher - Click to enlarge
Jenna Mosher - (aka Jenna Mo) BCIT Broadcast program graduate 2012; Public Relations Assistant Fusion Communications Group West Vancouver 2008-09; on air/Digital Editor CKZZ-FM Vancouver 2011-13; Community and Content Manager SOHO Business Group North Vancouver 2012-14; on air CJJR-FM Vancouver 2013; on air CFXN-FM North Bay ON 2013; morning host CJED-FM Niagara Falls ON 2013-14; mid-day host CKQB-FM Ottawa 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile 



John Moxin - Evenings CKLG Vancouver 1994; TV host/producer Rogers Cable 4 Vancouver



Bill Moyer - Staff announcer CKWX Vancouver 1939


Tammy Moyer - Click to enlarge Tammy Moyer - BCIT Broadcast/Radio Program graduate 1992; CKAY Duncan including voice of 3M commercials recorded in Drew Productions Studios in Duncan and aired nationally in 3-hour Beatles documentary produced by Drew Productions for 3M 1994; CFAX Victoria mid-late 1990s; news CJNW Vancouver 2001-02; news CKWX Vancouver 2002-04; morning news CKCL-FM Vancouver 2004-06; news anchor CKWX 2006-07; news Corus Group/CFQR-FM Montreal 2007-08 and mid mornings CFQR-FM 2008-10; p.m. drive news anchor CKWX Vancouver 2010-11 and a.m. drive 2011-16.  Died March 18, 2016 in Maple Ridge, BC at age 46    


Sgt. Rick Mulder - Click to enlarge Sgt. Rick Mulder - Helicopter traffic reporter CKNW Vancouver to 2010; CHWK Chilliwack 2010


Terry David Mulligan CKVN 1973 - Click for recent photo
Terry David Mulligan - CKRD Red Deer 1964; CFAC Calgary; CJME Regina; CFUN Vancouver; CKLG AM & FM late 1960s; CKVN Vancouver early 1970s; host CBC radio show Great Canadian Gold Rush 1975-80; co-host Zig Zag BCTV Vancouver 1979-86; morning host CFOX-FM Vancouver early 1980s; Good Rockin' Tonite CBC-TV 1982-85; producer/host Much Music/Chum Limited 1984-2005; TV and movie actor including The Accused, McCabe and Mrs. Miller and The X-Files; host Mulligan Stew CKUA Edmonton (originates in Vancouver) 1997-current; co-host MovieTelevision current; Senior Segment Producer cable TV channel Star! 1998-current;co-host/producer Hollywood and Vines 2000-current; host/producer The Tasting Room BC & AB  2007-12; author book Mulligan’s Stew 2011; host/producer Tasting Room Radio Vancouver/OK Valley/CKUA 2011-current; BC Broadcaster of the Year 2012; host Live From Railtown and Tasting Room Radio CIRH-FM Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile   


Jim Mullin - Click to enlarge Jim Mullin - Play-by-play WHL Victoria Cougars CFMS-FM Victoria 1988-89; play-by-play BCJHL Bellingham Ice Hawks KPUG Bellingham 1990-91; programme director/station manager CJSF-FM Simon Fraser University/play-by-play Clansmen football, basketball, BCJHL hockey and WLA lacrosse 1991-93;  play-by-play FIBA World and European championships basketball Eurosport network ESPN International London UK 1994-97; production co-ordinator/producer TSN Western Broadcast Centre Vancouver 1997-2000; news documentary producer/reporter CBC Sports Journal Vancouver 2001-03; play-by-play WHL Vancouver Giants CHMJ Vancouver 2002-03; play-by-play CIS football & basketball/host Spirit of Sport CKST Vancouver 2003-04; CHMJ 2004-06; sports reporter CKNW Vancouver 2006-11 and sports director 2009-11; broadcaster/producer Shaw Communications Vancouver 2006-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Peter Munoz CKNW - Click to enlarge Peter Munoz - Beat reporter CKNW New Westminster late 1968-70; News Director CKIQ Kelowna circa 1970; broadcast instructor British Columbia Institute of Technology Broadcast Journalism program 1978; retired to Ontario circa 1990.  Died in Peterborough ON November 25, 2005 at age 78


Marce Munro - click to enlarge Marce Munro - Announcer and program director CBR/CBU/CBUT Vancouver 1940s-50s


Patrick Munro CBC Vancouver - Click to enlarge Patrick Munro - BCIT Broadcast Program trainee; news CJOR Vancouver circa 1969; announcer/host/news CBC Radio Vancouver 1969-2006; co-hosted afternoon show Three's Company with Anne Petrie 1970s; host first food bank broadcast CBC Radio Vancouver 1986; Patrick Munro Show CBC Radio Vancouver 1980s; retired December 2006


Myles Murchison - Click to enlarge Myles Murchison - Author/broadcaster/journalist/public speaker; CFCP Courtenay 1962; Our Home and Native Land documentary 1971 and People's Commercials 1970-72 CKLG/CKLG-FM Vancouver; The Day Before daily news retrospective Canadian radio syndication 1978-79; freelance writer 1979-current; Ada Tomada/Tommy Buffer Mysteries CKNW Vancouver 1993; Matthew's Message dramatization CKNW and province-wide network 1996; news & public affairs awards CAB 1969 & 1971; first Canadian to win Edward R. Murrow Award for 10-hour radio documentary on Native people RTNDA 1971; Blue Ribbon Award BCAB 1996; Jack Webster Award for Business Writing 2004.  LinkedIn profile 


Al Murdoch - Click to enlarge Al Murdoch - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate 1987; all night host CKKS-FM Vancouver 1986-87; weekend/evening announcer CIRK-FM Edmonton 1987-88; evening host CKKS-FM 1988-90; weekend/evening host CFOX-FM Vancouver 1990-91; p.m. drive host CKLG Vancouver 1991-98 and morning host 1998-2001; Vancouver Grizzlies PA announcer 1995-2001; sports anchor CJNW Vancouver 2001; Owner/President Murdoch Production Services Ltd. 2001-current; Vancouver Canucks PA announcer 2011-current; former voice of Citytv Vancouver.  Murdoch Production Services  LinkedIn profile 


Dan Murphy - Click to enlarge Dan Murphy - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate 1995; writer/reporter/producer Sports Page CKVU-TV Vancouver 1995-99; reporter and host Vancouver Grizzlies NBA broadcasts Sportsnet and CIVT-TV Vancouver 2000-01; host Vancouver Canucks broadcasts Sportsnet Pacific current


Ed Murphy - Click for larger 1975 photo Ed Murphy - CFRB Toronto; talk show host Reaction Line CKWX Vancouver; talk show host The Investigators CKNW early 1972; talk show host Reaction Line CJOR Vancouver 1973-78; longtime owner Murphy's Pub Vancouver.  Died in North Vancouver April 26, 2008 at age 79



Lee Murray - CKGM Montreal circa 1971-73; CFUN Vancouver circa 1974


Greg Musselman CJOB Winnipeg late 1990s - Click for recent image Greg Musselman - Columbia School of Broadcasting Vancouver 1976; DJ CKRM Regina 1977; CJJC Langley 1978; CKGY Red Deer AB 1979; CHAT Medicine Hat AB 1980-81; sports reporter CKVU-TV Vancouver 1981; anchor/Sports Director ITV Edmonton 1981-96; also CHED Edmonton, CFRN Edmonton, CJOB Winnipeg; pastored at churches in Alberta and Manitoba 1988-2000; morning host/sports CJCA Edmonton 1994-96; news Trinity Television Winnipeg 1996-2002; reporter The Sports Network 1996;  host/producer Christian World News NOWTV Fraser Valley 2001-04; speaker/reporter/Western Canada Representative then VP of Outreach for The Voice of the Martyrs 2003-current


Paul Myers - Click for larger photo Paul Myers - Musician; producer of independent artists in Toronto and San Francisco; writer of over 200 songs; moved to Vancouver in 2001; feature and cover story music journalist for San Francisco Bay Guardian and Chronicle, Canadian Musician, The Globe & Mail and Vancouver Sun; author of Barenaked Ladies' full-length authorized biography; Global TV's Popstars: The One judge 2003; afternoons CHMJ Vancouver 2003-04; co-host The Movie Guys segment of Urban Rush Shaw Cable Vancouver 2003-06; now living in Berkeley CA

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