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Dan McAfee on set of Dr. Bundolo 1970s - Click for larger 1966 & 1976 photos Dan McAfee - CFPR Prince Rupert; announcer CBC radio and TV Vancouver early 1960s-1980s including announcer for Dr. Bundolo's Pandemonium Medicine Show 1972-80; Vancouver co-host Vacation Time CBC-TV national 1962-68.  Died January 16, 2009 at age 73

Dan McAllister 1980 - Click for recent enlargement Dan McAllister - CFTK Radio/ TV Terrace 1964-67; CJGX Yorkton SK 1967-68; mornings CKRD Red Deer AB 1968-70, mornings/ PD then Manager CHNL Kamloops 1970-78, mornings CHQM-FM Vancouver 1978-79; swing CKWX Vancouver 1979-80; afternoon then morning host CJAZ-FM Vancouver 1980-81; Manager CJOK Fort McMurray AB 1981-87 and CKYX-FM Fort McMurray 1985-87; General Manager CKKQ-FM Victoria 1987-current and CKDA/ CKXM/ CJZN-FM Victoria 1995-2014; retired 2014.  LinkedIn profile

Stu McAllister 1988- Click to enlarge
Stu McAllister - CKPG Prince George circa 1970; CKOV Kelowna early 1970s; aka The Coach, Morning Zoo character Constable Bob then News Director CKLG Vancouver 1974-2000; Two Stu's in the Morning (with Stu Jeffries) CKLG 1996-2000; news CKWX/ CKKS-FM/ CKLG-FM Vancouver early 2000s; retired 2004

Aaron McArthur - Click to enlarge Aaron McArthur - BCIT Broadcast program graduate 1999; reporter/ anchor Global Saskatoon 1999-2000; anchor Global Regina 2001; news reporter/ anchor Global Television Vancouver 2001-current and host Prime with Aaron McArthur BC-1 Vancouver 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile 

Don McArthur CHQM 1970s - Click to enlarge Don McArthur - CKCQ Quesnel early 1960s; CHQM-AM/ FM Vancouver 1970s

Lynden McBeth - Click to enlarge

Lynden McBeth -  - Vancouver Canadians media assistant 2007-08; BCIT Broadcast graduate 2010; operator/ producer CKNW Vancouver 2007-12; producer Sportstalk Weekend CKNW 2008-12; Olympic Broadcasting Services 2009-10; sports reporter Corus Vancouver radio group 2010-12; BC Lions Game Day reporter The Canadian Press 2011-12; news/ sports reporter CIXM-FM Whitecourt AB 2012-18; Communications Officer Corporate Strategic Services Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission St. Albert AB 2018-current.  LinkedIn profile 

Matthew McBride - Click for alternate photo Matthew McBride - BCIT Broadcast program graduate 1982; CFBV Smithers 1982-83; CHTK Prince Rupert 1983-84; CHAB Moose Jaw 1984-85; CHFM-FM Calgary 1985-87; swing/ middays & host Dance Party CKKS-FM Vancouver 1987-91; first music director/ APD/ middays CKZZ-FM Vancouver 1991-95; GM CKMM-FM Winnipeg 1995-97; GM CIRK-FM Edmonton 1997-98; Consultant Broadcast Management Services 1998-2001; PD CFBT-FM Vancouver 2001-02; GM Central Island Broadcasting CKWV-FM/ CHWF-FM Nanaimo, CIBH-FM Parksville, CKLR-FM Courtenay 2002-03; formed McBride Communications & Media 2003; acquired licence for CHMZ-FM Tofino BC 2004; acquired licences for CIMM-FM Ucluelet and CFPV-FM Pemberton 2006; acquired licence for CKPM-FM Port Moody 2008.  LinkedIn profile 

Pamela McCall - Click to enlarge Pamela McCall - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate; Metro TV Hong Kong; ABC News London; BBC World Service London; CBS London; CBS News New York late 1990s-2002; news KOMO Seattle 2002-04; news anchor CKWX Vancouver 2007-09; reporter/ editor CBC Radio One Vancouver 2009-12; talk show host CFAX Vcitoria 2013-current; recipient Edward R. Murrow Award and American Women in Radio and Television Award for coverage of World Trade Center collapse.  LinkedIn profile 

Larry McCance early 1940s - Click to enlarge Larry McCance - CKWX Vancouver early 1940s; CJOR Vancouver 1946; one of founding members of Actors’ Fund of Canada incorporated May 27, 1958; Larry McCance Award is awarded to members of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association or staff who have made an outstanding contribution to the Association

Mike McCardell - Click to enlarge Mike McCardell - Reporter New York Daily News 1960s-early 70s; police beat reporter Vancouver Sun 1973-76; feature reporter BCTV Vancouver 1976-2013; author Chasing the Story God 2001, Back Alley Reporter 2002, The Blue Flames That Keep Us Warm 2007 and Getting To The Bubble 2008; CTV British Columbia 2013-current 

Bob McClelland 1970 - Click to enlarge Bob McClelland (Robert Howard McClelland) - CHWK Chilliwack 1962-63; CJJC Langley 1963-mid 60s; CHQT Edmonton mid 1960s; news writer/ city hall reporter CHQM Vancouver 1966-69; elected to Langley City Council 1969-73; Operations Manager CJJC circa 1970; British Columbia MLA/ Opposition Health critic 1972-75; Minister of Health 1975-79, Energy 1979-82, Labour 1983-85 and Economic Development 1985-86; retired to Gabriola Island 1986.  Died in Nanaimo September 29, 2015 at age 81

Russ McCloud - Click for 1990s CHUM photo
Russ McCloud - CKPG Prince George and CKOV Kelowna early-mid 1970s; CFUN Vancouver 1976-84; CHUM Toronto 1984-2001; middays CINW Montreal 2008-10 (CINW AM 940 went dark January 29, 2010); died June 2023

Chris McCloy - Click to enlarge
Chris McCloy - BCIT Broadcast trainee; CFOX-FM Vancouver; CKVX-FM/ CKKS-FM Vancouver late 1990s-early 2000s; Voice Over Artist 2001-current; CJAQ-FM Calgary; CFEX-FM Calgary 2006-18; Voice Talent Voxtalent Toronto 2011-current; Voice Talent ACM Talent New York 2016-current; full time Voice Talent 2018-current.  LinkedIn profile

Scott McCloy - Click for recent photo
Scott McCloy - Diploma Technology, Broadcast Communications BCIT 1977; honours MBA, Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Royal Roads University Victoria 2002; researcher for reporters Jack Webster and Jack Wasserman CBC Vancouver 1977-78; reporter CBC Television Vancouver 1978-82; TV news producer 1982-86 then senior producer CBC Television News 1986-88; left CBC 1988; senior account executive Palmer Jarvis Advertising 1988-90; Director Corporate Communications, Western Canada CIBC 1993-96; Director, Corporate Communications & Stakeholder Relations WorkSafeBC 1996-2012; Director Community Relations WorkSafeBC 2012-current.  LinkedIn profile  

J.J. McColl - Click to enlarge J.J. McColl - Vancouver's first female DJ/ talk show host CJOR early 1960s; daily two-hour music/ interviews/ talk programme CBU-FM Vancouver; co-host/ assistant producer The James Beard Show CTV Network; freelance reporter CBC Radio/ TV London UK & Hornby Island BC; radio documentarian & contributor B.C. Folio CBC radio; award winning radio CBC radio drama writer; host 50/ UP CBC Television; playwright/ lyricist/ co-composer Menopositive! The Musical & WE'RE STILL HOT! The Musical.  Died September 23, 2008 in White Rock, BC at age 71

Jon McComb - Click to enlarge Jon McComb - CKVN Vancouver 1972; Portland OR 1975; CFCF Montréal 1977; CJAD Montreal 1978-80; CKNW New Westminster 1980; Sunshine Cabs 1981; news CKNW 1983 & co-host The World Today 1991-2005, The Agenda 1993-2004 & host p.m. drive The World Today CKNW 2004-13 and morning show host 2013-19; Voice of CKNW 2020-current & A Word in Edgewise weekend host 2021-current.  LinkedIn profile 

Virginia McConchie
Virginia McConchie - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate 2013; CHMJ Vancouver 2012-13; reporter/ anchor CKNW Vancouver 2013-15; volunteer Women Against MS Media Outreach Coordinator Burnaby/ Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile

J. Paul McConnell 1973 - Click for CKWX photo circa 1980 J. Paul McConnell - Sports CKWX Vancouver 1969-79; sports/ sports director CBUT Vancouver 1979-89; BC Lions play-by-play CFUN Vancouver 1982-84; sports and BC Lions play-by-play then Sports Director CKNW Vancouver 1989-2006; named to media wing of Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1996; retired and living in southern France 

K.G.H. (Ken) McConnell
Ken McConnell - Sports writer then sports editor Edmonton Journal 1920s; played football for Edmonton Eskimos and later on team's executive; played football for Winnipeg’s Tammany Tigers who played Ottawa in 1925 Grey Cup; worked for Winnipeg Tribune; daily sports columnist then Sports Editor Vancouver Province 1940s-1960; official Western Hockey League scorer; western hockey scout for Chicago Black Hawks coach Tommy Ivan; instrumental in starting BC Lions with Annis Stukus; host CJOR Vancouver radio show Hot Stove following Friday night hockey games; host TV Sports show Time Out with Bill Good Sr. & Ted Reynolds CBUT Vancouver 1950s; appointed first secretary for BC Racing Commission 1963.  Died in Vancouver May 4, 1968 at age 63

"Big Daddy" Dave McCormick - Click for larger photo Dave McCormick - Aka Big Daddy; as a 14 year old weekends/ after school CHML Hamilton ON 1950-53; Radsoc UBC Radio 1955-57; DJ, music director & co-program director CFUN Vancouver 1957-62; middays/ music director KMAK Fresno CA 1962-65; on air/ MD KYNO Fresno 1965-66; middays/ PD KOL Seattle 1966-67; evenings/ PD/ MD KMEN San Bernardino CA 1967-71; CKNW evenings & Discumentary creator CFMI-FM Vancouver 1971-86; first hire CJJR-FM Vancouver/ PM drive 1986-98; CKBD Vancouver midday host 1998-2008; middays/ special events CISL Vancouver 2008-10; BC Broadcaster of the year award early 1990s; four times BC Country Music Association Country Broadcaster of the Year; 1998 inductee BC Country Music Association Hall of Fame.  Died in Vancouver March 29, 2017 at age 80.   Mike Cleaver interview   

Sean McCormick - Click to enlarge Sean McCormick - CTV Yorkton SK 1996; anchor Sports Page CKVU-TV Vancouver 1998-2001 and CHEK-TV Victoria 2001-05; anchor Sportsnet Toronto 2005-10; founder, sponsorships/ sales Queen West Musicfest Toronto 2008-current; senior business development manager Artez InteractiveToronto 2011-current.  LinkedIn profile  

Chuck McCoy CHUM Toronto photo courtesy Bill Dulmage - Click for recent photo Chuck McCoy - Announcer CKY Winnipeg 1965; CJME Regina 1966; CJRN Niagara Falls 1966; CHLO St. Thomas ON 1966-67; middays CKFH Toronto 1968; evenings CHUM Toronto 1968-72; program director CFUN Vancouver 1973-77; national program director Moffat Communications Winnipeg 1979-86; consultant McCoy Bohn Media 1986-90 including CFOX-FM/ CKLG Vancouver; cluster manager Rogers Radio Vancouver 1990-99; PD/ GM Rogers Radio cluster Toronto 1999-2005; national executive VP programming and marketing Rogers Radio Toronto 2005-09; Rogers Toronto FM market manager 2009-10; VP/ cluster manager Rogers Radio Toronto/ Kitchener 2010-12; has served on several CAB committees, various CRTC consultative committees and BBM committee; independent contracter Chuck McCoy International Media Services 2013-current; CMW Hall of Fame inductee 2009; Ontario Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame Award 2016.  LinkedIn profile 

Mike McCoy - Click to enlarge
Mike McCoy - CKLG Vancouver 1979-83; CJAZ-FM Vancouver 1984-85; CKXY Vancouver late 1980s; afternoon drive CHRX Vancouver circa 1990; died in Abbotsford October 21, 2015

Dave McCrady 1969 - Click for recent photo
Dave McCrady - Evening/ weekend DJ CJAT Trail 1960-62; mornings CFCP Courtenay 1962-63; mornings/ news/ commercial writer CJAT 1963-65; reporter Trail Times, Lethbridge Herald & news/ hotline host CHEC Lethbridge1965-67; news reader CKLG Vancouver 1967; reporter/ news reader CKBI Radio-TV Prince Albert 1967; reporter/ news reader CFQC Radio-TV Saskatoon 1967-69; news director CHEC 1969-70; family grocery business Penticton 1970-72; legislature reporter/ newsreader CJCA Edmonton 1972-74; reporter/ editor/ journalism trainer CBC-TV Edmonton 1974-93; IT/ phone support CBC Edmonton 1993-2001; retired 2001

Campbell McCubbin CFAC Calgary 1964 - Click for recent photo Campbell McCubbin - CFAC Calgary 1963-66; news CKWX Vancouver 1966-73; bureau chief Selkirk News Ottawa 1973-75; news CKWX 1975-80 (News Director 1975-77), CJAZ-FM Vancouver 1980-84, CKWX 1984-94; TV Week Magazine Viewer's Choice Award for Best Radio Newscaster 1988-89; News Director CJJR-FM/ CKBD Vancouver 1996-2008; home theater expert/ consultant Future Shop White Rock 2009-10; freelance voiceover current. Voice 123 website/ demos Mike Cleaver interview 

Duncan McCue - Click to enlarge Duncan McCue - Studied English at University of King's College Halifax then law at University of British Columbia Vancouver; called to bar in BC 1998; reporter CBC Vancouver including The National 1997-2016; adjunct professor UBC School of Journalism; has taught journalism to indigenous students at First Nations University and Capilano College; host including Cross Country Checkup based in Toronto CBC Radio 1 network 2016-23; Associate Professor specializing in Indigenous journalism and storytelling Carleton University Ottawa 2023-current; several RTDNA and Jack Webster Awards 

Craig McCulloch - Click to enlarge Craig McCulloch - Various freelance positions including: NBC/ Mutual, Christian Science Monitor (Radio), Metro Radio, Radio 702, USA Radio, SRN News, National Native News, Pacifica Network News 1990s; Freelance producer CPAC TV 1997-99; producer/ host/ director Dr. Tomorrow: Where Science Fiction Becomes Fact (HDTV pilot) 2000; producer/ reporter Online NOWTV Vancouver and host/ producer syndicated radio show Overview Canada current; freelance contributor Voice of America, National Public Radio, Independent Native News, Global Radio News, KPLU Tacoma current.  Craig's website

Des McDermot - Click to enlarge Des McDermot - CKMO Vancouver late 1920s-late 30s; CKWX Vancouver; CKNW New Westminster 1940s; CKDA Victoria; supervisor technical operations CBC Television Vancouver.   Died May 29, 2003 at age 87

Michel McDermott - Click to enlarge Michel McDermott - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate 2001; afternoon traffic CKNW/ CFMI-FM/ CFOX-FM Vancouver 2000-02; a.m./ p.m. traffic reporter CKZZ-FM/ CISL Vancouver 2002-06; traffic CHMJ Vancouver 2006-08; traffic reporter City (CKVU-TV) Vancouver 2008-15; afternoon traffic host CFBT-FM/ CKST Vancouver 2016-17; self employed contract emcee/ host North Vancouver 2017-current. LinkedIn profile 

Gary McDonald - Click to enlarge Gary McDonald - Overnights CKLY Lindsay ON 1995-96; community events reporter/ morning co-host/ Promotions Director CKGE-FM Oshawa ON 1996-98; community events reporter/ Promotions Coordinator CFOX-FM Vancouver 1999-2001; Head of Promotions Nettwerk Music Group Vancouver 2001-03; Director Frontside Promotions Group Vancouver 2003-current; specialty program host Sector 91 CJZN-FM Victoria 2003-current

Fred McDowell - Click to enlarge
Fred McDowell - Co-host Whose Voice, Whose Music? CJOR Vancouver 1941; originator/ producer Harmony House on stage at Orpheum Theatre/ CJOR Vancouver and CBC Dominion Network 1942-50; Sales/ Promotion Manager CJOR 1943; developed/ produced Burns Chuckwagon for CBC Vancouver while at CJOR; Stewart-Lovick circa 1944; CKOK Penticton 1950; as Fearless Freddy DJ All Night Record Show CKNW New Westminster 1953-54; J.N. Hunt and Associates 1954-57; freelance writer/ producer 1957. Died April 24, 1957 at age 46 as passenger in private plane crash on Mt. Breakenridge BC

Justin McElroy - Click to enlarge
Justin McElroy - Logger NBC International Broadcast Centre 2010; Writer Maclean's OnCampus Vancouver 2009-11; Coordinating Editor The Ubyssey Vancouver 2010-12; Staff Reporter The Province Vancouver 2012; Global Television Vancouver Writer 2012-13 and Web Producer 2013-16; Web Writer/ Reporter CBC Vancouver 2016-current.  Linkedin profile  Justin McElroy Website

Monty McFarlane CKNW early 1950s - Click for later enlargement Monty McFarlane - CBW Winnipeg 1946; CKY Winnipeg 1946-49; CJVI Victoria; CKMO Vancouver 1949-50; CJOR Vancouver 1954; CKNW New Westminster 1954-55; CKMO/ CFUN Vancouver 1955-56; CBC-TV Vancouver production (with CJOR's Vic Waters) Summer Begins 1959; Sam Lockhart in Vancouver TV production The Littlest Hobo 1963-65; CKLG Vancouver; KGU Honolulu HI 1968; CJOR late 1960s-81; morning host CISL Vancouver 1981-83; host morning big band music show CJVB Vancouver mid 1980s; CIMA Vancouver weekend mornings 1991-92; retired; member B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame Starwalk at the Orpheum.  Died in North Vancouver December 15, 2003 at age 78

Bob McGavin 1958 - Click to enlarge Bob McGavin - DJ CKWX Vancouver late 1950s; Uncle Bob CHEK-TV Victoria early 1960s

Don McGibbon CAE - Click to enlarge Don McGibbon - Newscaster CBC radio Vancouver/ voice-over CBC-TV Vancouver 1950s; program director Radio Canadian Army Europe (CAE) Werl Germany 1957-67; 6 p.m. news reader (to mid 80s) and Program Director Canadian Forces Network (CFN) Lahr Germany 1967-87.  Died in Lahr 1988.  Radio CAE audio

Maureen McGrath - Click to enlarge
Maureen McGrath - Nurse Manager Clinical Programs Vancouver Coastal Health 1998-2002; specialized nursing witness Vancouver 2001-current; Nurse Continence Advisor and Sex Therapist UROMED Continence Care Vancouver 2002-current; ICORD Grants Manager BC Centre for Sexual Medicine 2003-11; Sexual Health Therapist/ Speaker/ Blogger/ Health Care Consultant 2003-current; health contributor CKNW Vancouver 2008-current; guest columnist 24 Hours Vancouver 2012-current; host Sunday Night Sex Show CKNW 2012-current; Maureen McGrath Group 2014-15; Lead Medical Strategist Enertopia Corp (ENRT) Vancouver 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile

Tara McGuire - Click to enlarge Tara McGuire - Radio and television broadcasting technology/ technician graduate BCIT 1986; traffic reporter/ production CFMI-FM/ CKNW Vancouver 1985-89; helicopter traffic reporter/ on-air host CKWX/ CKKS-FM Vancouver 1989-91; morning host CKZZ-FM Vancouver 1991-93; president Tara McGuire Voice Services Inc. 1997-current; morning host CHQM-FM Vancouver 1995-2014; board member Athletics for Kids 2001-05; announcer Master Control 2010 Winter Olympic Games Vancouver 2010.  LinkedIn profile 

Doug McIlraith - Click to enlarge
Doug McIlraith - CJBQ Belleville ON 1953; CFUN & CJOR Vancouver/ CKOV Kelowna circa late 1950s-61; CBC Radio/ TV Edmonton 1961-67; CBC Winnipeg covering major events including 1967 Centennial Voyageur Canoe Pageant and 1976 Montreal Olympics then co-host CBC Information Radio Winnipeg 1967-90; retired 1990.  Died in Winnipeg June 6, 2019 at age 83. 

Glen McIntyre - Click to enlarge Glen McIntyre  (Rob McIntyre) - Aka Black Mac; master control engineer/ studio director/ film editor CHBC TV Kelowna 1968-69; overnight host/ news CKOV Kelowna 1969-71; all nights/ news CKIQ Kelowna 1971-72; production/ commercial announcer CKNW New Westminster 1972; swing CJJC Langley 1972-73; p.m. drive/ mid morning fill-in CKXR Salmon Arm 1973; evenings then p.m. drive CKIQ 1973-75; mornings CKOV-FM/ CHIM-FM Kelowna 1975-76; co-founder/ music director/ DJ Tramps night club (live on CHIM-FM) Kelowna 1976-80; a.m. drive operator/ p.m. traffic CKNW 1980; evenings CHNL Kamloops 1980-81; mornings CFFM-FM Kamloops then Promotions Manager/ swing CFJC Kamloops & weather CFJC-TV 1982-83; Music Director/ morning host as McIntyre in the Morning CKPG Prince George & interviewer About Town CKPG-TV 1983-85; p.m. news CJVI Victoria 1985-91; mid morning host RTL Prague Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic) 1991-92; President 2005-current; VP Corp. Communications AZ Copper Corp. 2009-11; Director Administration and IT, Legacy Wealth Management Ltd. Vancouver 2013-current; Director Business Development GCU Global Management Corp. Vancouver 2013-current.  LinkedIn profile 

Matty B (Matt McIntyre) - Click to enlarge
Matt McIntyre (Matty B) - Graduate radio broadcasting program Algonquin College Ottawa 2010; CIMY-FM Pembroke ON 2007-10; as Matty B: CFMC-FM Saskatoon 2010-12; CKNO-FM Edmonton 2012; p.m. drive CKZZ-FM Vancouver 2012-17; Music Director/ midday host CKKS-FM Vancouver 2017-20; Content Director Rogers Sports & Media Vancouver 2020-current.  LinkedIn profile    

Elaine McKay - Click to enlarge Elaine McKay - Award winning journalist with more than 25 years CBC, BCTV/ Global; assignment editor CTV British Columbia 2010-12; recipient Webster, Gemini and David Grierson awards and numerous RTNDA and CAB awards for breaking news

John McKeachie - Click for larger early photo John McKeachie - Sports CKNW New Westminster; sports anchor BCTV 1973-99; Vancouver Province columnist; multi-event MC; CBC-TV Vancouver 1999-2000 & Hockey Night in Canada post-game show 2000-01; morning co-host CKST Vancouver 2003-04; mornings CHMJ Vancouver 2004-06; narrator 13-week TV show Road Hockey Rumble OLN Network 2007; consultant ZLC Financial Group Vancouver 2007-current and director Client Relations 2010-current.  LinkedIn profile

Mary Ann McKenzie - Click to enlarge Mary Ann McKenzie - BCIT Broadcast graduate 1983; CJCI Prince George 1983-86; on-air/ APD/ PD/ promotions manager CFOX-FM Vancouver 1986-2000; communications specialist CBC Radio Vancouver 2001-02; entertainment marketing manager Future Shop Vancouver 2002-08; marketing manager Best Buy Canada Vancouver 2008-current.  LinkedIn profile

Ken McKim aka Pat Travis - Click to enlarge Ken McKim - National Institute of Broadcasting 1971-72; as Ken McKim: CFTK Terrrace 1972; CKOK Penticton 1973-75; as Kim McCoy: CJME Regina 1975-76; as Ken O'Neil: CJAT Trail 1976-77; CKRW Whitehorse 1977-78; CKOV Kelowna 1978-81; CKEG Nanaimo 1981-83; CHTK Prince Rupert 1983-85; CJGX and CKOS/ CICC-TV Yorkton SK 1985-87; freelance 1988; CHWK Chilliwack 1989-92; as Pat Travis: CJJR-FM Vancouver 1992-94; as Ken McKim: CHWK 1994-95; freelance 1996-2002 including PA announcer/ copywriter Surrey Glaciers Baseball Club; as Ken Carter: swing announcer CKPC Brantford ON 2002-09; private investigator Ontario current

Liz McKinney - Click for larger photo Liz McKinney - BCIT Radio program graduate 1981; CKQR Castlegar BC; all night host CFUN Vancouver 1981-82; evenings then p.m. drive CFOX-FM Vancouver 1985-92; host nationally syndicated Rock 20 Countdown; weekends then mornings then p.m. drive CKLZ-FM Kelowna 1997-2008; morning co-host CJUI-FM Kelowna 2009-current.  LinkedIn profile

John McKitrick - Click to enlarge John McKitrick - CJNB North Battleford SK 1953-55; CHAB Moose Jaw SK 1955-57; news CKNW New Westminster 1957-58; news CKWX Vancouver 1958-60; news CJCA Edmonton 1960-62; news/ assignment editor CKNW 1962-90; night school instructor broadcast journalism British Columbia Institute of Technology 1992 on; retired.  Mike Cleaver interview   

Emma McLagan - Click to enlarge Emma McLagan - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate 2009; Jack Webster Foundation Student Journalism Award 2008; weekend sports anchor/ reporter CBC Television Vancouver 2009-current

Leanne McLaren - Click to enlarge
Leanne McLaren - BCIT Radio Broadcasting Program graduate 2011; CHQM-FM Vancouver Traffic Reporter/ Morning Show Producer 2011-13 then Overnight Announcer/ Afternoon Traffic and Co-Host with Ray Grover 2014-current. 

Michael Mclaughlin - Click to enlarge
Michael McLaughlin - BCIT Broadcast program graduate 2001; anchor/ reporter/ editor CKWX Vancouver 2001-05; media relations officer RCMP North Vancouver then federal media relations RCMP officer then Media Relations Officer RCMP Coquitlam RCMP current

Ross McLaughlin - Click to enlarge
Ross McLaughlin - Applied Arts/ Broadcast News Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Calgary; anchor/ reporter and "troubleshooter" ITV Edmonton 1985-96; Consumer Investigator KIRO-TV Seattle 1996-2002; Investigator/ On Air Talent Warner Brothers 2002-03; 7 On Your Side Investigator WJLA-TV Washington DC 2003-09; Investigative/ Action Team WXIA-TV Atlanta 2009-14; Freelance Consulting/ Training CNN 2015; host daily consumer news segment McLaughlin On Your Side CTV Vancouver 2015-22; Retired 2022; earned 43 awards: 18 Emmys, several Best of the West awards, recognition from the Society of professional Journalists, and numerous AP awards, four Murrow Awards, two National Canadian Broadcast Awards.  LinkedIn Profile

Bob McLean - Click to enlarge Bob McLean - Graduate Ryerson Polytechnical College of Broadcasting Toronto; CHCH-TV Hamilton circa 1965; host The Bob McLean Show WUAB-TV Lorain/ Cleveland OH 1966-70; talk show host KYW-TV Philadelphia early 1970s; Host Dailing for Dollars WPVI-TV Philadelphia 1973-75; host The Bob McLean Show CBC-TV Toronto 1975-81; news CKO-FM-4 Vancouver early to mid 1980s; host Morning Magazine CKCO-TV Kitchener ON 1991-96.  Died April 22, 2014 in Brampton ON at age 81.  YouTube audio 

George McLean 1983 - Click to enlarge George McLean - CJRL Kenora ON 1946-52; news editor CKRC Winnipeg 1952-53; chief announcer CKOK Penticton 1953-56; staff announcer/ TV news CBC Vancouver 1956-65; anchor CBC National News 1965-86; narrator Children of the World CBC-TV 1968; retired to Lagoon City ON 1986 but continued to do voiceovers for radio and television commercials.  Died in Toronto March 16, 2016 at age 92.  1985 YouTube video

Moira McLean - Click to enlarge Moira McLean - BCIT Broadcast Journalism Program graduate/ Legislative Press Gallery scholarship 1988; reporter CKNW Vancouver; reporter CKWX Vancouver; news director CKBL Kelowna 1997-99; two years BC Director of Radio Television News Director's Association of Canada; news director CFAX Victoria 2002; reporter/ assignment editor CHEK-TV Victoria 2002-04; legislative reporter The New VI/ A-Channel Victoria 2004-06; leader Internal Communications, Vancouver Island Health Authority 2006-13; manager MultiMedia Production, Vancouver Island Health Authority 2013-current.  LinkedIn profile

Norris MacLean circa 1958 - Click for 2006 photo Norris McLean - Announcer CKOK Penticton 1950-56; announcer CKWX Vancouver 1956-61; Production Manager CKPG Prince George 1961-63; announcer CFRN Edmonton 1963-64; announcer/ weatherman CFRN-TV Edmonton 1964-79; new home Real Estate sales 1979; Account Executive CITV-TV Edmonton 1980-95; real estate agent and company owner 1995-2009.   Died in Edmonton October 4, 2009 at age 76

Brian McLeod - Morning news CKO-FM-4 Vancouver 1980-81; Vancouver financial planner current

Duke McLeod - Play-by-play with Reed Chapman Vancouver Capilanos baseball games CKMO Vancouver 1946; lacrosse and hockey play-by-play CKWX Vancouver late 1940s. Died in New Westminster December 10, 1976 at age 67

Iain McLetchie - Click to enlarge
Iain McLetchie - BA Economics University of Victoria 2002; BCIT Broadcast Journalism degree 2005; CKST Vancouver 2005-21 including Sports Director/ announcer 2011-21.  LinkedIn profile    

Mike McMan - Click for larger 1975 photo Mike "Madman" McMan - (sometimes spelled McMahon) CJCS Stratford ON; morning host CJJC Langley mid 1970s (1975 station flyer said he had worked in every province except NF & PE plus FL and NY); CFGM Richmond Hill ON 1978-79; CJBK London ON 1979; CKAN Newmarket ON 1986; evenings CFGM 1989-90

Trevor McManus - Click to enlarge
Trevor McManus - BCIT Broadcast program graduate 2009; intern CKDV-FM Prince George 2009; evening show host CHWF-FM Nanaimo 2009; news/ traffic CJRJ Vancouver 2010-12; program director CHET-FM Chetwynd BC 2012-14; morning show team member/ co-host/ news anchor/ reporter CHMJ-FM Penticton 2014; Media & Public Relations Manager Vidao Messenger Vancouver 2015; Business Development Associate VidWrx Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile  Trevor McManus website 

Barrie McMaster - Click to enlarge with recent photo Barrie McMaster - University of British Columbia Radio Society 1964; news CKLG Vancouver; CJVI Victoria; evening news CKNW New Westminster early 1970s; started Broadcast Journalism program British Columbia Institute of Technology 1974; PD CKNW circa 1980; CBC-TV Vancouver; instructor BCIT mid 1980s; VP involved in launch of Fraser Valley Broadcasters' CKSR-FM/ CFSR-FM Chilliwack/ Abbotsford 1986-90s

Maureen McMorrow - Newscaster CFMI-FM New Westminster 1980s; CKO-FM-4 Vancouver circa 1984

Anne McMullin - Click to enlarge Anne McMullin - BCIT Broadcast program graduate 1991; reporter BCTV Vancouver 1991-95; public relations Forest Alliance of British Columbia; Executive Director BC Salmon Farmers Association late 1990s-2002; President Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance early 2000s; Director Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Vancouver Port Authority 2001-09; President North Vancouver Chamber of Commerce 2009-12; President and Chief Executive Officer Urban Development Institute Vancouver 2012-current.  LinkedIn profile

Lynne McNamara - Click for larger photo Lynne McNamara - News script assistant BCTV Vancouver 1971-73; script assistant/ floor director CBC-TV Toronto 1975-78; talent co-ordinator Vancouver Show CKVU-TV Vancouver 1978; program co-ordinator Provincial Educational Media Centre 1979-86; producer/ replacement host CJOR Vancouver 1986-88; fashion reporter Midday CBC-TV network 1988-89; host Art Beat CBC radio Vancouver 1988-89; co-host Then & Now CBC-TV Vancouver 1988; writer On Location Vancouver Province 1991-2000; movie set story producer Early News BCTV Vancouver 1992-97; producer/ host local movie scene CKWX Vancouver 1992-97; columnist Vancouver Sun 2000-07; freelance current

Susan McNamee - Click to enlarge Susan McNamee - Bachelor of Journalism Carleton University Ottawa; St. Catharines Standard and CKTB St. Catharines ON 1979; Hamilton Spectator; regional reporter then national reporter covering BC news then newscast editor CBC radio Vancouver 1980-2011; retired from radio; instructor Langara College current

Lucy McNeill - Click to enlarge
Lucie McNeill - Host Almanac and The Early Edition CBC Radio Vancouver 1981-93; Beijing Radio China and freelance CBC 1993; international development assistance consultant 1996-2008; director of public affairs University of British Columbia 2011-current.  Lucy McNeill website  audio clip circa 1985

Stuart McNish - Click to enlarge Stuart McNish - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate 1989; award-winning reporter BCTV Vancouver 1989-98; video/ television commercial producer; owner On Message Media 2009-current; film & TV producer; founder & President Oh Boy Productions 1998-current.  LinkedIn profile 

Jaxon McNulty - Click to ernlarge
Jaxon McNulty - BCIT Radio and TV Broadcasting Technology/ Technician graduate 2021; volunteer radio host/ content producer CIVL-FM Abbotsford 2017-current; helicopter reporter Canadian Traffic Network/ CHMJ Vancouver and Global BC 2021-current.  LinkedIn profile

Jay McPhail -  Lead singer for rock group Tenderness 1969-73; all-night CHAM Hamilton ON 1972-74; evenings CKLG Vancouver 1978-79; CJJD Hamilton 1980s; weekends then mornings CING-FM Burlington ON 1990-91; CKEY Toronto 1991.  Died December 2, 1996

Shirley McQueen - Click for 2006 CBC photo Shirley McQueen - TV/ radio Regina; overnights then evenings then mid-mornings CILQ-FM Toronto 1985-98; TV/ movie actor 1998-current including Cold Squad 1999 and Corner Gas; weekend mornings CFMI-FM Vancouver 1998-2002; imaging voice CFGQ-FM Calgary; weekends CILQ-FM 2006; host Living Saskatchewan CBC-TV Regina then morning co-host/ news CKCK-FM Regina 2007-11; midday host CKEA-FM Edmonton 2011-current.  LinkedIn profile  

Crosby McWilliam - Click to enlarge Crosby McWilliam - BCIT Broadcast radio graduate 1994; weekend morning host CKGO Hope BC 1993; copy writer 1994-98 then BC Lions broadcast sideline reporter CKNW Vancouver 1998-2001; Assistant Program Director CHMJ Vancouver 2002-06; promotions director CFMI-FM Vancouver 2006-09; promotions director CISL/ CKZZ-FM Vancouver 2009-16 and APD CISL 2016-17; PD CKZZ-FM 2017-current and CFXJ-FM Toronto 2022-current.  LinkedIn profile

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