Radio & Television

OBITUARY – Broadcasting legend Geoff Stirling

By Lesley HunterST. JOHN’S - Newfoundland and Labrador broadcasting icon Geoff Stirling, founding chairman of the board of Newfoundland Broadcasting, died peacefully at his home in Torbay, NL on December 21st.  He was 92.Born in St. John’s in 1921, Stirling founded the weekly newspaper Sunday Herald in 1946, now known as the Newfoundland Herald.  He brought radio and commercial television to the province with the launch of CJON-AM radio in 1951, followed four years later by CJON-TV which later became known as the NTV network.  In 1977 he launched the first FM radio station in Newfoundland , now known as OZ-FM .Outside of Newfoundland, Stirling was...

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