HALIFAX, Aug. 17 /CNW/ - CHUM Radio station C100 FM in Halifax, Nova
Scotia, is pleased to announce the newest member of its hit morning show, The
Breakfast Club. Broadcast veteran Brad Dryden joins hosts Peter Harrison and
Moya Farrell beginning Tuesday, September 4.
Brad joins C100 FM after spending six years in Ottawa as a morning show
host. Originally from Winnipeg, MB where he began his radio career 20 years
ago, Brad also hosted morning shows in Brockville and Peterborough, ON before
moving to afternoons in Calgary and Edmonton. In 2006, Brad won a Canadian
Association of Broadcasters (CAB) Gold Ribbon Award for his humour.
"We're all absolutely thrilled to have Brad join The Breakfast Club,"
said Terry Williams, Program Director, C100 FM. "It wasn't an easy task to
find someone with the right mix of talent and skill to join Halifax's
favourite and longest-running morning show. Brad's a veteran broadcaster with
an engaging and energizing style our listeners will love. We're looking
forward to mornings with Brad, Peter and Moya."
"The decision to join The Breakfast Club was an easy one to make", said
Brad Dryden. "C100 is the market leader, with a great team and a strong track
record in a fabulous city. My wife and I have two young sons and we're
thrilled at the opportunity to raise them in such a wonderful part of the
country. I've got my lobster bib on - I can't wait!"
The Breakfast Club airs weekday mornings from 6:00am - 10:00am on C100
C100 FM in Halifax is part of CHUM Radio, owned by CTV Limited and itself
a division of CTVglobemedia, Canada's premier multi-media company.
For further information:
For further information: Marsha Mowers, CTV Limited, (416) 591-7400
x2599, Marsha.email@example.com; Terry Williams, Program Director, C100
FM/92 CJCH, firstname.lastname@example.org, (902) 493-2753