Radio & Television

CHUM alumnus Laine named to Canadian broadcast industry HoF

TORONTO – CHUM Radio veteran Bob Laine will will be posthumously inducted into the Canadian Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame and his memory and career honoured with the Allan Waters Broadcast Lifetime Achievement Award on March 23 during the Canadian Radio Music Awards in Toronto. Laine began his broadcasting career at CFRS in Simcoe, ON in 1957 but quickly moved to CHUM Toronto where he would ultimately make his mark as "The Voice".  Known as the overnight disc jockey on 1050 CHUM during the 60's – when the station revolutionized the AM signal in Canada by introducing a rock and...

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