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Ed even lived close the the transmitter site, near Harrow.
To old listeners, and thousands of new ones, CKLW at 800 K. He was the technical man behind The Big 8's booming sound in its glory days.
"In view of the fact that CKLW is not a Detroit station," the letter stated, "it occurs to us that you may wish to take some action to correct their advertising." In a reply dated February 1, H. Stovin, supervisor of station relations of the CBC, expressed thanks for having the matter brought to its attention. Gordon Castle was named production manager of CKLW. The CRTC approved a change to the ownership of Bell Media Inc., from BCE Inc. This transaction would not affect effective control of Bell Media Inc.
April first, giving advertisers in the DETROIT MARKET even greater coverage and a bigger buy than ever! newscast in addition to his on-air work (on the street reporter and program host) for AM800 CKLW. On November 30, the CRTC renewed CKLW's licence to August 31, 2017. He was best known for being "The Voice" of Citytv Toronto. He later went down the street to become News Director at the brand new Q107. Rosalie Trombley, CKLW's Music Director during the station's ‘60s and ‘70s heyday, received an honorary diploma from St.
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On March 29, many radio stations across North America had to change dial position under the Havana Treaty. Three days after the event, CKLW's transmitter was still operating on locally generated power. Among the CHUM assets acquired by CTVglobemedia in the deal were seven television stations, including CHWI-TV Windsor / Wheatley, 21 specialty channels and some 33 radio stations, including CKLW-AM.
On November 6, CKOK Windsor and CJGC London merged to form CKLW. On November 19, the FCC authorized MBS to exchange programs with CKLW for a six month period from December 1. John Stinson, formerly of CKLW, was now at WJR Detroit. For the record at this time, the station was operating studios in both Windsor and Detroit. George Mc Curdy left CKLW for Roy Thompson's group of radio stations. James Van Kuren, announcer and Raymond Laferet, secretary, joined the Essex Regiment (Tank), for home defence training. Sims, continuity writer and staff announcer left CKLW October 1 to become manager of WMSL in Decatur, Alabama. He said Trombley's major contribution was exposing Motown artists to a largely white audience.
The "LW" in the call sign stood for London-Windsor. CKLW joined Mutual on September 24 due to a shift in NBC and CBS outlets in Detroit, and MBS since then had been feeding its network programs to CKLW under temporary authority. Frank Burke, Jimmie Stevenson and Larry Gentile were at CKLW (Gentile had worked in Detroit for a time). CKLW closed its New York City office headed by Phil Fuss as the station changed to a national sales rep firm in the U. WJBK Detroit protested to the Federal Communications Commission that CKLW's affiliation with Mutual was unfair competition. Eleanore Cunliffe was in the accounting department. Rogers was named president of Rogers Broadcasting Co., owners of CFRB and CKLW, succeeding his brother E. (In 1948 he would start Mc Curdy Radio Industries which would become a major supplier of audio equipment to broadcasters). Bobby David, orchestra leader and later with CKLW, and Larry Marino, at one time with CKLW, were now both at WMAL Washington, D. Arnold Stinson joined CKLW's announcing staff from CHML Hamilton. He told the Windsor Star that "it was through Rosalie that Motown was heard in places in the U. south where radio programmers wouldn't play it." For no other reason than that, he said, she should go into Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Mac Mc Curdy joined CKLW, beginning his radio career. The Commission concluded that the transaction would be beneficial to the Canadian broadcasting system by ensuring the long-term stability of a significant Canadian television network and advancing the Commission's objective of providing relevant high-quality Canadian programming to Canadians through conventional and new media distribution channels.
CKLW was expected to replace CBW Windsor as a basic commercial CBC station in February. BCE was a public corporation and controlled by its board of directors.