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.
Our 2017 Fall Luncheon will be held on Wednesday, October 11th from 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. at The Sawmill Banquet Centre at 3840 76 Avenue. Our featured speaker will be Terry Jones, who has been covering sports in our city for almost 5 decades and has at one time or another worked with virtually every broadcast outlet in this market. His Talk will be interview style hosted by Gord Whitehead.
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For a list of 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. Each name is followed by links to more information on the broadcaster’s life.
One Moment Please provides an insider’s view of CJCA in the 1950s. The staff newsletter was first published in 1953, and the original Editor, Joan McKee, has preserved the early years’ issues, which we have presented here (click to see them). Especially notable are the staff bios and details of their then-current activities.
Back in 1953, there were only two private stations in Edmonton: CJCA and CFRN. It would be next year before television came to Edmonton, or CHED went on the air; CFCW also came on the air in 1954, but was almost impossible to hear in Edmonton with 250 watts in Camrose. It was such a different world back then!