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Photos, Pictures & Selfies

Photos, Pictures & Selfies

By FYI Staff


Not the usual suspects: Circa 1980, Lawrence Schurman, Dave Bluestein and Vinny Cinquemani waiting for dim sum after a successful day at The Agency office at 41 Britain Street in Toronto.

Jake Edwards on Facebook: Here I am at the drag strip in Gimli Manitoba racing my turbo Z1R Kawasaki! I was rookie of the year in 1981… and the sponsor put a plate on the back of the bike that said “You just got Ate by Brother Jake”... Jesus, no pressure!

Band leader and songwriter Don Randi in 2012 with Nancy Sinatra and photographer John Rowlands. Photo credit: John Rowlands.

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Stingray Joins with Independent Canadian Broadcasters to Call for Government Support of Local Radio
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Stingray Joins with Independent Canadian Broadcasters to Call for Government Support of Local Radio

The major media company has joined forces with independent broadcasters to send a letter to the federal government, calling for specific measures to support the local radio sector, like tax incentives for advertisers and dedicated advertising spends.

A lot is at stake for Canadian broadcasters and musicians in the upcoming federal budget.

Canadian media company Stingray, which manages over 100 radio stations, has joined forces with independent radio broadcasters to call on strong support from the federal government for the local radio sector. Stingray and the group of broadcasters have made their message clear in a letter to Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland and Minister of Canadian Heritage Pasale St-Onge, calling for measures that will assist local radio amidst declining advertising revenues.

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