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A look back: The history of CFRB NEWSTALK 1010
Alan Cross reveals the history of NEWSTALK 1010 at Yonge and St. Clair
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Next month, NEWSTALK 1010 is moving to the Bell Radio studios on Richmond Street. After nearly 50 years at the corner of Yonge and St. Clair, we have thousands of stories to share about notable guests, historical events and topics that have shaped the city we live in.

Alan Cross takes you on an audio tour of our history. Listen below:

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  1. Etobi-COKE Voter posted on 04/28/2014 02:13 AM
    This was all when the station was the Tiffany of private radio. Now it is joke with these two year radio broadcasting grads mugging their way through a story and trying desperately and failing miserably at being authoritative. Spend more time editing and checking a story than on your beards gentlemen.

    As a Bell shareholder I resent the talent cutting out and heading down to the Quebecor bunker to spew the PKP and Big Oil agenda.

    Keep working at it you might get up to 5th in the ratings. Radio Moses knows that you must identify a solid personality to your work....................you people it is just traffic and weather on the sevens and whenever

    When RB was good it was live 24 hours not taped and canned and taped and canned
    1. Angry Bill posted on 04/28/2014 04:06 PM
      @Etobi-COKE Voter Their format has been traffic and weather on the 15s for years. Not sure what station you were thinking of, there..

      And who all has a beard? The only one I can think of offhand is Jim Richards, and he's certainly been there long enough to have earned his beard.

      In any case, everything evolves, Christian Science views notwithstanding. If you don't like CFRB, your radio dial ain't broke.
  2. aleshiakihano posted on 07/01/2014 03:54 AM
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Next month, NEWSTALK 1010 is moving to the Bell Radio studios on Richmond Street. After nearly 50 years at the corner of Yonge and St. Clair, we have thousands of stories to share about notable guests, historical events and topics that have shaped the city we live in.

Alan Cross takes you on an audio tour of our history. Listen below:

Leave a comment:

showing all comments · Subscribe to comments
  1. Etobi-COKE Voter posted on 04/28/2014 02:13 AM
    This was all when the station was the Tiffany of private radio. Now it is joke with these two year radio broadcasting grads mugging their way through a story and trying desperately and failing miserably at being authoritative. Spend more time editing and checking a story than on your beards gentlemen.

    As a Bell shareholder I resent the talent cutting out and heading down to the Quebecor bunker to spew the PKP and Big Oil agenda.

    Keep working at it you might get up to 5th in the ratings. Radio Moses knows that you must identify a solid personality to your work....................you people it is just traffic and weather on the sevens and whenever

    When RB was good it was live 24 hours not taped and canned and taped and canned
    1. Angry Bill posted on 04/28/2014 04:06 PM
      @Etobi-COKE Voter Their format has been traffic and weather on the 15s for years. Not sure what station you were thinking of, there..

      And who all has a beard? The only one I can think of offhand is Jim Richards, and he's certainly been there long enough to have earned his beard.

      In any case, everything evolves, Christian Science views notwithstanding. If you don't like CFRB, your radio dial ain't broke.
  2. aleshiakihano posted on 07/01/2014 03:54 AM
    Its an extraordinary joy perusing your post. Its loaded with data I am searching for and I want to post a remark that the substance of your post is wonderful. buying soundcloud plays
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