Radio & Television

Rogers’ veteran traffic reporter Russ Holden hangs up his headphones

TORONTO – Rogers’ second longest-serving employee ever is calling it a career after 50 years of reporting on Toronto’s traffic.Russ Holden (pictured) joined the company in 1967 in the operations department at radio station 98.1 CHFI, followed by years in commercial and program production. He then took to the sky as an airborne traffic reporter, spending decades informing Toronto and cottage country radio audiences of the latest traffic news. Holden later moved to 680 NEWS as a traffic reporter when the all-news radio station hit the airwaves in 1993, and most recently has appeared on Breakfast Television Toronto.During his time...

Our industry and COVID-19

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