This page lists links to other broadcast web sites that we think might be of interest to visitors to EdmontonBroadcasters.com.
Canadian Women in Communications – Edmonton Region – http://www.cwc-afc.com – the CWC provides local events almost every month as well as free webinars for its members. The CWC is open to women in the Communications Industry: radio, television, telecommunications, cable, film and video, new media, ICT and allied fields.
The History of Canadian Broadcasting – http://www.broadcasting-history.ca – the Canadian Communications Foundation (CCF) was established by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) in 1967 to “commemorate throughout Canada the development of electronic communications”, but it was not until the Internet became popular in the mid-1990s that widespread public access to the collected information became possible through the construction of this Web site.
CalgaryBroadcasters.com – http://www.calgarybroadcasters.com – our equivalent for Calgary, a site with the impossible task of cataloguing everyone who ever worked in Calgary radio and television, with photos and a list of the stations worked and when.
VancouverBroadcasters.com – http://www.vancouverbroadcasters.com – equivalent for Vancouver.
CBC’s Audio/Video Archives – http://archives.cbc.ca – a great source of historical radio and television clips that were aired on the CBC. Although historical event-oriented, it can also be searched by name of the broadcasters involved.
RadioWest – http://radiowest.ca – broadcast news, information and memorabilia, with a special focus on Western Canada radio, both past and present.
Broadcast Dialogue – http://www.broadcastdialogue.com – “Broadcast Dialogue magazine serves all constituents of the Canadian broadcasting industry and related sectors. The publication provides fresh, essential and thought-provoking articles in a timely and relevant fashion. Articles are written by regular columnists – all acknowledged experts in their fields and selected guest contributors, who come from all sectors and professional fields of the broadcast industry.”
ReelRadio – http://www.reelradio.com – the largest on-line collection of historical radio recordings in the world, with a heavy focus on the Top 40 format; well documented with lots of historical photos, graphics and visitor comments.
CFOX – http://www.marcdenis.com/cfox – Marc Denis’ tribute site to Montreal’s CFOX (1960-77), home of several notable Edmonton broadcasters.
CKGM – http://www.marcdenis.com/ckgm.asp – another Marc Denis tribute site, to Montreal’s Top 40 CKGM in the 1970s.
Edmonton Broadcasters Club page – http://www.facebook.com/edmontonbroadcasters
RadioWest page – http://www.facebook.com/RadioWestca
Fans of Popcorn Playhouse group – http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=73933843011