Radio & Television

CAB announces a dozen new hall of famers

OTTAWA - The Canadian Association of Broadcasters announced today that it will induct 12 distinguished Canadian broadcasters into the CAB's Broadcast Hall of Fame at this year’s CAB Annual Convention in Winnipeg. The Hall of Fame recognizes Canadians in private broadcasting or related industries who have achieved outstanding success in helping raise industry standards from a material or humanitarian standpoint. Ten new members of the Hall of Fame - George Balcan, Douglas Bassett, Paul-Émile Beaulne, Murray M. (Jerry) Forbes, Lee Hambleton, Douglas Holtby, Rafe Mair, Peggy Miller-Day, Tom Rivers and Gail Scott - will be honoured at a special luncheon...