Radio & Television

Ashbridge calls it quits after 40 years in broadcasting

VANCOUVER – Newsman John Ashbridge resigned his post at CKNW AM 980 this week. “After far too many cups of very bad coffee over the years and several million phone calls from tipsters on the NW News Tip Line, Ash has finally made good on a threat he's been making for years and resigned his full-time duties in the newsroom,” said an internal note circulated to staff. “For those of you who don't know….he started in the newsroom in May of 1965 and aside from some short sojourns elsewhere, he's spent more than 36 years reading news on NW. Along...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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