EdmontonBroadcasters.com is the definitive place to find information about Edmonton broadcasters, both past and present. As well attempting to capture the broadcast history of everyone who ever worked on the air or behind the scenes in Edmonton radio and television, this web site is also the home of the Edmonton Broadcasters Club.
- For more information on the Club, click on Edmonton Broadcasters Club.
- For more information on Edmonton broadcasters, click on Broadcasters by Letter.
- For more information on Edmonton area radio and television stations, click on the Club’s Stations pages.
The Edmonton Broadcasters Club’s next semi-annual Luncheons are scheduled for October 16, 2013 and April 16, 2014, both Wednesdays, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Norwood Legion, 11150 82 Street NW in Edmonton.
Best known for his voice work in Radio commercials, Gord Wilson died on April 7th at age 55. He had been on-air at CKCK-AM and CKIT-FM in Regina before moving to Edmonton, first at CFRN-AM then CHQT.
Jimmy Parslow died on April 3rd at age 61 after a career at the CBC in Edmonton.
Multi-talented John Barron, with CFRN from 1955 to 1974, passed away on March 25th.
Long-time CFCW Chief Engineer Lyndy Olson passed away on March 4th.
While working in Engineering at Newcap Edmonton, Jim Elliott died on February 17th after a 50 year career, on air and off, that included CFRN, CJCA and ITV.
Retired CHED and CBC News Reporter Frank Dolphin passed away on February 5th.
For a list of other Edmonton broadcasters who have passed away, please visit our Colleagues Remembered page where you will find a chronological list from the past year, and an alphabetical list covering the years since the Edmonton Broadcasters Club was formed in 1998.