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Careers: June 10, 2020

AV/Digital Broadcasting

 

Careers: June 10, 2020

By David Farrell

AV/Digital Broadcasting

 

Assoc Producer

Rogers Calgary

 


 

VJ

Rogers Calgary

 


 

Programming Ass't

Sirius XM Toronto

 


 

Sr Producer

Canadaland Toronto

 


 

Videographer/Creative Director

CreateViews Toronto

 


 

Film & Media Tech

Queen's U Kingston

 


 

Audio Producer/Evening Announcer

Corus Peterborough

 


 

Assoc. Producer

CBC Radio Fredericton

 


 

PD

Corus Kingston

 


 

Traffic Anchor

Rogers Vancouver

 


 

Story Editor

 


 

Video Editor

Seedbox Tech Montreal

 


 

Radio Host/News Reporter

CKLB Yellowknife

 


 

Announcer

Rogers Lethbridge

 


 

VJ

Rogers Vancouver

 


 

Producer

Sportsnet 590 Toronto

 


 

VJ

Rogers Edmonton

 


 

A/V Digital Broadcasting

 

CHR Format Director

Rogers Toronto

 


 

VJ

Rogers Winnipeg

 


 

Announcer

KiSS 107.7 Lethbridge

 


 

Promo Rep

Rogers Chilliwack

 


 

TV & Camera Prof

Ryerson U Toronto

 


 

Announcer

KISS 107.7 Lethbridge

 


 

Video Producer/Editor

Bow Valley College Calgary

 


 

Audio Director

Reflector Ent Montreal

 


 

Afternoon Drive Host

99.1 Hits FM St. John's

 


 

Promotions Rep

Stingray Vancouver

 


 

Morning Show Co-Hosts

Rogers Radio Calgary

 


 

Podcast Host/Producer

Global News Toronto

 


 

News & On-Air Talent

Vista Radio Courtenay BC

 


 

Music & Entertainment

 

Music History Prof

Douglas College New Westminster BC

 


 

Music Rights Specialist

BBTV Vancouver

 


 

Controller

Sunrise Records Hamilton

 


 

ED

Manitoba Band Assoc Winnipeg

 


 

P/T GM

Young Voices Toronto

 


 

P/T Music Teacher

Forte Coffeehouse Music Winnipeg

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Music Lessons Coordinator

Long & McQuade Montreal

 


 

Audio Composer

WGames Torono

 


 

CEO

Luminato Festival Toronto

 


 

Program Coordinator

York Regional Arts Council Newmarket

 


 

Artist Management Office Ass't

Judith Humenick Prod's Ottawa

 


 

Music Composer

STAMP Audio Montreal

 


 

Music Biz Prof

Ryerson U Toronto

 


 

Music Theory Prof

 


 

High School Music Teacher

École secondaire privée Montreal

 


 

Client Services Mgr

Anthem Ent Toronto

 


 

CEO

Victoria Symphony

 


 

Music Theory Prof

Western U London

 


 

Legal Counsel

Stingray Montreal

 


 

Classical Musicians/Various

Orchestras Canada

 


 

Marketing, Media & PR

 

Special Events Coordinator

Town of Sylvan Lake AB

 


 

Editorial Intern

The Hive Toronto

 


 

Writers

Luxury Mag Toronto

 


 

Publicist

Bell Media Montreal

 


 

ED

Muskoka Tourism

 


 

Marketing & Comm's Manager

Corus Ent Toronto

 


 

PR Manager

Amazon Prime Video Toronto

 


 

Brand Mrkting Specialist

Red Bull Toronto

 


 

Social Media Mgr

Pigeon Row Remote

 


 

Journalist

The World-Spectator Moosomin, SK

 


 

Multimedia Journalist

The ON Indie Campus Newspaper Guelph

 


 

Social Media Coordinator (for a rock band)

TML Ent. GTA remote

 


 

Bilingual Sr. Comm's Officer

Amazon Canada

 


 

Digital Content Writer

Sick Kids Hospital Toronto

 


 

Print Reporters

 


 

Journalists

 


 

Proofreader

Transcontinental Mississauga

 


 

Sr Digital Marketing Specialist

Colliers Int Toronto

 


 

Freelance Script Writer

Filmless Remote

 


 

Comm's & Events Coordinator

 


 

Ass't Journalism Prof

Carleton U Ottawa

 


 

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MILLENNIUM PARADE
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MILLENNIUM PARADE

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Japan’s MILLENNIUM PARADE Coming to Toronto on 2024 Global Tour: See the Schedule

The band, led by Daiki Tsuneta of King Gnu, will kick off the trek on Nov. 2 in Mexico City.

MILLENNIUM PARADE is set to launch its first-ever global tour called the WHO AND HOW TOUR 2024 in November, traveling to nine cities around the world for 10 shows.

The band, led by Daiki Tsuneta of King Gnu, will kick off the trek in Mexico City, then hit Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, Berlin, Paris, London, Utrecht, and Tokyo. The Tokyo shows will take place at Tokyo Garden Theater on Dec. 19 and 20. The tour will mark the first time in three years that the band performs live.

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