Radio & Television

Media mogul, philanthropist, Allan Slaight has died at 90

TORONTO – Canadian media mogul and philanthropist Allan Slaight died on Sunday in his Toronto home. He was 90 years old. The announcement was made Monday by family friend David Ben, according to news reports. Slaight, who was born in Galt, Ont. in 1931, started out as a news reporter and announcer in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan in 1948, an article written by J. Lyman Potts for the Canadian Communications Foundation says. This was the start of a storied career. Over the course of his decades long career in media, Slaight held news and announcing roles at stations including CFRN, CJCA and...
 

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