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Call letters: CFBR=The Bear; CFCW-FM=CAM-FM; CFMG=Virgin Radio; CFRN=TSN 1260; CHBN=The Bounce; CHDI=Sonic; CHQT=iNews880; CIRK=K-97; CISN=Kissin' Country; CIUP=UP 99.3; CJNW=Hot 107; CJRY=Shine-FM; CKEA=95.7 Cruz FM; CKER=World-FM; CKJR=W-14-40; CKNG=92.5 Fresh FM; CKNO=NOW Radio; CKRA=Capital-FM; CITV=Global Edmonton; CFRN-TV=CTV Edmonton; CJAL=CTV Two Alberta; CKEM=City Edmonton; CKES=CTS TV; CJEO=OMNI Alberta.
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Paul Paetz (Duke) - Technical Producer CKUA current.

Rebecca Page - DJ CKNO-FM Edmonton January 2010-current; Born in Mississauga, Ontario.

Chris Palliser JOE-FM 2007 - Click for 2008 picture at The Beat Chris Palliser - Graduate, Applied Communications, Camosun College, Victoria, B.C. 2003. Community Cruiser CHWF-FM Nanaimo, B.C. 2003; Swing then Afternoon Drive DJ CJOK-FM Fort McMurray 2006; Swing DJ CKNG-FM Edmonton 2007-08; Swing DJ CFBT-FM Vancouver, B.C. 2008-current. Born in Victoria, B.C.

David Palmer CKLG 1965 - Click for larger and recent photos David Palmer - At age 16 CKBI Prince Albert SK 1956; rock DJ CFCW Camrose AB, CJCA Edmonton, CKRC Winnipeg, & CKOM Saskatoon 1959-65; one of original Boss Jocks CKLG Vancouver 1965-1971; CKLG News 1971-72; hired as News director when CHUM bought CFUN Vancouver 1972; CFUN News and later CHQM-FM Vancouver News to 2002; pastor Vancouver/Victoria United Church of God current.

Diana Parker -

Sara Parker - Applied Communications Camosun College Victoria, B.C. Community Cruiser CKXM-FM Victoria, B.C. 2001; Midday DJ 2001-2005, Program Director 2005-June 2010 CJZN-FM Victoria, B.C.; Program Director CKEA-FM Edmonton July 2010-current.

Allan Parks - News CKRA-FM Edmonton 1988.

Park Warden - DJ weekends, Assistant Program Director & Music Director CFBR-FM Edmonton 1990s-2010.

Jimmy Parslow - CBX Edmonton. Born James Roy Parslow and died in Edmonton on April 3, 2013.

Dale Partridge CJCA 1964 - Click for CJCA chart Dale Partridge - DJ CJCA Edmonton early to mid 1960s; Program Director CJJC Langley circa 1976.

Jean Patenaude - Announcer CBC Edmonton 1970. Vice President Edmonton Press Club 1970.

Duncan Paterson - Click for moving picture Duncan Paterson - radio Edmonton 1990-93; traffic CFMG-FM 1993-2002; co-host morning drive CHMC-FM Edmonton 2005-current.

James Paterson CJCA - Click for larger photo James Paterson - Community Events Coordinator, announcer swing then overnights then evenings, talk show producer then host Dateline CJCA Edmonton 1986-90. As Jamie Paterson: co-host morning drive & Man in the Van 1994-97, host morning drive 1997-99 CIEZ-FM Halifax, Nova Scotia; host morning drive CFRQ-FM Halifax, Nova Scotia; afternoon drive CKUL-FM Halifax, Nova Scotia 2004-2009; morning drive CFLT-FM Halifax, Nova Scotia September 2009-November 2013.

Dr. John Paterson - talk show host That's Living CJCA Edmonton 1980-91; CHQT 1992. Psychologist.

Shabbir Pathan - Host late evenings Radio South Asia (East Indian) CKER-FM Edmonton current.

Marc Patterson - Operator CFRN-FM Edmonton October 15, 1974-76; operator then producer CHQT Edmonton 1975-80; producer Machine Shop 1980-81; producer Northlands 1981; race results CFCW Camrose 1981; producer CIRK-FM Edmonton 1981-82; producer CHQT 1982-91, 1992-current; producer CISN-FM Edmonton 1993-current; producer CHED/CKNG-FM Edmonton 1999-current. Born in Elliot Lake, Ontario.

Jean Paul - CFRN-AM Edmonton.

Karen Paulgaard - Promotions Director CFBR-FM/CFMG-FM Edmonton current.

Doug Paulson - part-time CKUA Edmonton; CJCA-AM Edmonton; CFRN-TV Edmonton; CBXT-TV Edmonton. Retired in Tennessee.

Jim Paulson from CJCA survey 1966 - Click for larger image with recent photo Jim Paulson - DJ CJCA Edmonton 1966; CKRC Winnipeg 1967; CFUN Vancouver 1968-69; CHFI-FM Toronto; CKEY Toronto 1970s; freelance commercial voice CKO-FM-2 Toronto circa 1981; CKQT-FM Oshawa ON circa 1982; morning drive then middays then afternoon drive CING-FM Burlington ON 1983-91; air shift and host Swing It and Saturday Sinatra and remotes CHWO Toronto 1991-2007; long-time track announcer for Toronto Molson Indy and Mosport International Raceway. Died in Mississauga February 13, 2007 at age 67.

George Payne 1965 - Click to see complete CJCA chart cover George Payne - DJ then News & traffic airplane CJCA Edmonton 1950s-80s. Deceased.

Deborah Peaker -

Jon Pearkins early 1969 - Click to enlarge Jon Pearkins - Volunteer announcer: CFAY Surrey 1969; CKSF SFU Burnaby 1969-70; CYVR UBC Vancouver 1970-71. Operator CHQM AM & FM Vancouver 1971-72; announcer CJAT AM & FM Trail 1972; CFPR Prince Rupert 1972; CFYK Yellowknife 1974; founding Manager of Computing CKUA & CJAL-TV Edmonton 1982-85; retired from Computing & writing about computers (200 published articles) January 2007. Member then Columnist, International Radio Club of America (IRCA) 1966-71. Webmaster/Chair, Edmonton Broadcasters Club current; technical support RadioWest.ca 2007-current.

Hugh Pearson - Co-owner CFCK Edmonton 1923-27, CFTP Edmonton 1934, CJCA Edmonton 1934; co-founder Taylor Pearson Carson.

Eric Pedersen - Producer Danish portion of Scandinavian program CKUA Edmonton 1952-94.

Rob Pepper Rob Pepper - Calgary; Montreal; Toronto; CKVX-FM Vancouver 2000-Sept. 2003; afternoons CISS-FM Toronto September 2003-05; morning co-host 2006-April 9, 2010 & Program Director February 2, 2009-April 9, 2010 CHBN-FM Edmonton; co-host afternoon drive CJAY-FM Calgary July 2010-January 2011; co-host mornings CFMG-FM Edmonton February 2011-current. Born Rob Patrick.

Don Percy - Click for larger photo Don Percy - CKPR Thunder Bay 1974; CKY Winnipeg 1975-81; CFRN Edmonton 1982; CHUM Toronto 1986; morning show host CISL Vancouver early 90s; CKLU-FM Winnipeg 1991-94; CKY Winnipeg 1994-2004; joined cast to sign off CKY Winnipeg as it flipped to CKY-FM January 21, 2004; CFRW Winnipeg May 3, 2004-current; father of Willy Percy.

Sharney Peters - helicopter traffic Canadian Traffic Network (CJCA/CJRY-FM) Edmonton March 2006-September 2007; Canadian Traffic Network Calgary September 2007-current.

Holger Petersen - Click for colour photo Holger Petersen - Radio/TV Arts graduate NAIT; announcer/producer CKUA 1969-current, hosting Natch'l Blues, Canada's longest running blues program; host Saturday Night Blues CBC Radio One 1987-current. Founder, Stony Plain Records (label) 1976; co-founder Edmonton Folk Music Festival. CKUA bio.

Bob Peterson -

Ryan Peterson - News CHQT Edmonton May-September 2008; helicopter traffic morning drive Canadian Traffic Network (CHED/CHQT) Edmonton September 2008-current.

Andy Philip - Click to enlarge Andy Philip - Announcer CJCA Edmonton 1950s.

Rod Philips - announcer play-by-play Edmonton Oilers 1973.

Brad Phillips CHED 1977 - Click for group photo Brad Phillips - DJ CHAB Moose Jaw 1976; DJ CHED Edmonton 1978; PD CKXL Calgary early 1980s; DJ & PD CKLG Vancouver 1987-90; founding PD CKZZ-FM Vancouver 1990-96; PD 1996 then VP 1997 CHUM AM & FM Toronto 1996-2001; regional VP City-TV Vancouver & A-Channel Victoria 2001-08; VP Astral Media Vancouver Feb. 18, 2008-current. Son of Monarch Broadcasting co-owner Merv Phillips, and brother of Scott Phillips.

Quinn Phillips - News CHQT Edmonton May 2008-current.

Andre Picard - Engineer CJCA Edmonton 1960.

Judy Piercy 1980 - Click to enlarge Judy Piercy - Staff/freelance announcer CBC Vancouver 1960s-2000s; narrator Concerning Women series CBC-TV National from Vancouver 1976; midday News anchor CBC-TV Vancouver circa 1980; managing editor CBC Radio/TV Edmonton current.

Greg Pilling - hockey player & coach; sales CFRN-AM Edmonton 1980-93; sales CHQT 199-August 31, 2009; sales CHED Edmonton 1995-August 31, 2009. Born in Lethbridge.

Leo Pilon - Agricultural Advertising CFCW-AM Camrose/Edmonton current.

Bill Pinko - Announcer/operator CKUA Edmonton 1937-39; Canadian Navy 1939-46; Chief Engineer CKUA Edmonton 1946-1974.

Rick Pinter - Born William Richard Pinter. Instructor, Jim Hamilton's broadcast school current; writer NewCap current.

Dylan Pitman - Operator CKUA current.

Darryl Podlubny - Announcer/producer CKUA 1970s.

Murray Polushin - Red Deer 1977-78; mid-days CKO-FM-6 Edmonton March 1, 1978-1980.

Grace Poon - Host afternoons (Chinese) CKER-FM Edmonton current.

Don Popein - Engineer CKUA Edmonton 1975.

Ernie Poscente - radio and television arts, Ryerson Institute of Technology, Toronto; radio announcer Swift Current, Saskatchewan; Saskatoon; staff announcer CBX Edmonton 1960-1971; founding program manager 1971-80, Vice President Programming 1980-95 Capital Cable TV/Shaw Communications Edmonton. Born in Trail, B.C., and died August 12, 1995 at age 59.

Andy Posthumus - Click for larger photo Andy Posthumus - graduate, Radio Broadcasting Program, Mohawk College Hamilton, Ontario 1989. general manager CHMR/CIOI-FM Hamilton, Ontario August 1989-September 2001; swing announcer CFPL-FM London, Ontario September 1989-June 1995; part-time announcer CJRN Niagara Falls, Ontario April 1996-September 1997; newscaster/report CKUA Edmonton October 2001-January 2005; farm editor CKNX Wingham, Ontario January-October 2005.

Joan Powers - Sales CISN-FM Edmonton 2001; Interactive Account Manager (websites) CHED, CHQT, CKNG-FM & CISN-FM Edmonton 2000s-August 31, 2009.

Bob Preston - airborne traffic Skywords Traffic Network (CFCW-AM/CIRK-FM/CKRA-FM) Edmonton May-June 2008.

Paul Preston 2010 - Click to enlarge Paul Preston - announcer CHCL Cold Lake 1974-77; CFOK Fort McMurray 1977-78; CKRD Red Deer 1978-83; CFRN Edmonton 1983-88; Promotions Manager CKST-AM/CHMG-AM/CFMG-FM St. Albert/Edmonton 1988-99; independent marketing specialist 1999-2006; Sales CHMC-FM Edmonton 2006-07; publisher The MediaList 2007-current; co-owner FortRadio.com Fort Saskatchewan 2010-current. Born J. Paul Preston.

Paul Preston - Click to enlarge Paul Preston - Operator then announcer all-nights CFRN Edmonton beginning July 1, 1961; CJDV Drumheller; CJOC Lethbridge; Calgary; announcer CFAX Victoria 1968; announcer CFUN/CKVN Vancouver 1968-70; announcer weekends & production CKNW New Westminster 1970-82; Canadiana/mid morning voice tracking CFMI-FM New Westminster 1972-82; Production Manager CKNW/CFMI-FM 1982-99. Retired. Born in Three Hills, Alberta in June 1942.

Leslie Primeau CHED 2001 - Click for current CHED photo Lesley Primeau - Graduate Bob Layton broadcasting school; announcer CJYR Edson; CKST St. Albert early 1980s; CKER Edmonton mid-1980s-1991; CJCA Edmonton 1991-93; early evenings then afternoon drive CHED Edmonton 1994-July 2013; program director September 2007-May 2008 then assistant program director May 2008-July 2013 CHQT Edmonton September 2007-July 2013.

Dave Proc -

Prosper Prodaniuk - Announcer/producer CKUA current.

Dale Publicover -

Marg Pullishy - Producer "Wednesday's Child" CFRN-TV Edmonton 1982-2013; Host "Wednesday's Child" CFRN-TV Edmonton 1982-2006; Instructor Radio/TV Arts NAIT Edmonton mid-1990s; Owner Endeavours Communications. Died in Victoria, B.C., on May 16, 2013.

Amanda Purcell - radio Swift Current, Saskatchewan; Morning co-host CFVR-FM Fort McMurray January 14, 2008-August 2010; Afternoon News CKEA-FM Edmonton September 6, 2010-current. Born in Carbonear, Newfoundland.

Brent Pushkarenko - Assignment Director CHQT Edmonton May 20, 2008-current.

Diane Pysh -

Sandy Pywell -

Call letters: CFBR=The Bear; CFCW-FM=CAM-FM; CFMG=Virgin Radio; CFRN=TSN 1260; CHBN=The Bounce; CHDI=Sonic; CHQT=iNews880; CIRK=K-97; CISN=Kissin' Country; CIUP=UP 99.3; CJNW=Hot 107; CJRY=Shine-FM; CKEA=95.7 Cruz FM; CKER=World-FM; CKJR=W-14-40; CKNG=92.5 Fresh FM; CKNO=NOW Radio; CKRA=Capital-FM; CITV=Global Edmonton; CFRN-TV=CTV Edmonton; CJAL=CTV Two Alberta; CKEM=City Edmonton; CKES=CTS TV; CJEO=OMNI Alberta.

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