Radio & Television

Ken Shaw to retire from CTV Toronto, Nathan Downer to succeed

TORONTO – After more than 50 years in broadcasting (40 of them with CTV), news anchor Ken Shaw announced Friday he will be retiring from the anchor chair following his final newscast on Monday, Jan. 6, 2020.Co-anchor (with Michelle Dubé) of Toronto's top newscasts CTV News at Noon and CTV News at Six since April 2001, Shaw first joined the CTV News Toronto team in 1979 as a breaking news reporter. He later moved to the national beat as national editor for the station, and then as weekday anchor for CTV News Channel, before returning to CTV News Toronto to...

Our industry and COVID-19

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