Radio & Television

CHUM founder Allan Waters steps down from board

TORONTO - After a remarkable 50 years in the broadcasting, CHUM Ltd. founder Allan Waters, has stepped down as a member of the board of directors, the company announced this afternoon. The octogenarian has been named an honorary director. Waters (right) began his broadcasting career in 1954 with the purchase of 1050 CHUM in Toronto which, under his leadership, became the first Top 40 radio station in Canada. As chairman and president until 2002, Waters created the vision for CHUM Limited's growth to its current position as one of Canada's premiere media companies with radio and television stations from coast...