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CFNY was a groundbreaking free-format radio station based in the Toronto area.
CFNY originally started operating in the 1960s, as an FM rebroadcast of an AM station, CHIN.
The nearby Humber College[?] provided a steady stream of young employees, who were encouraged to play their own selections in the evening.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/cf/CFNY.html   (572 words)

 The Spirit of Radio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
CFNY 102.1 The Spirit of Radio is now edge 102.
CFNY wasn't aiming for the greatest market share, or if it was, it was gloriously misguided.
If you weren't around for CFNY and are still in your formative years, you owe it to yourself, but be warned, you will be spoiled and never enjoy the radio again.
vividpicture.com /aleks/cfny   (1046 words)

 History of CFNY-FM 102.1 "The Spirit of Radio"
In 1980, CFNY started the You Know Awards, a parody of the Canadian Junos, because they felt the Junos were "not at all representative of the activity in the industry" (Curlook 40).
CFNY let its listeners choose the award-winners, and "for the first time in history, there was a group of fresh young winners that was reflective of our poll.
CFNY has recognized that if it is to be the Toronto and Canadian new music outlet, a proper marketing approach for this new material must be implemented.
spiritofradio.ca /essay.asp   (4288 words)

 CFNY Fan Page Testimonials
I listened to CFNY from about 1980 or 1981 when the airwaves were filled with the sweet sounds of my youth up until it was replaced by the acrid sounds of crap.
CFNY was ground zero for many a Toronto band and I've gotta tip my hat to Peter Goodwin and Liz Janik for giving Bullseye Records their commercial radio debut for our acts Moving Targetz and Swedish Fish on 'Streets Of Toronto' starting in 1985.
CFNY's reception was really bad in the early 80s and my little camp friends from Kitchener-Waterloo and the Niagara region would lament that they could only get it on clear summer nights.
www.spiritofradio.ca /Testimonials.asp   (13567 words)

CFNY 102.1 was a very unique and special radio station in the Toronto area that had become alive in July 1977.
At that time, according to sales manager Jim Fonger, CFNY was "positioned in the marketplace for the 25- to 34-year-old who "can't stand the heavy metal and rock sounds generated by CHUM-FM, CHUM-AM and Q107, and who isn't ready for the "easy listening" sound.
Although CFNY gained about 100,000 listeners in BBM's winter 1989 survey as a result of joining the mainstream, its overall market share was down quite a bit.
www.myspace.com /cfnyspiritofradio   (1150 words)

 Edge 102.1 Radio Interview - August 30, 2002
Tori was supposed to be interviewed at 1:45 PM EST at CFNY The Edge in Toronto but didn't arrive at the studio until almost two hours later.
The CFNY studio is on street level with a window as the assembled crowd for Tori could be heard both when the DJs were talkng while waiting for Tori's arrival and during the interview.
CFNY: Yeah, I heard you play it last night and it was absolutely phenomenal.
www.thedent.com /edge1020802.html   (1801 words)

 CFNY 102.1 Reunion Articles: Toronto Sun, November 9, 2003
It's against this demographic backdrop that CFNY celebrates its 25th anniversary this week -- one year after the Church of Boomer-dom, Q-107, celebrated its own.
Since CFNY (which is tangentially what has become The Edge 102.1) was a 10-watt station in Brampton that broadcast from atop a Meccano set in the Halton Hills, it had the added romance of being hard to get.
Though all of us played with wire hangers to improve the signal, my theory was that the clarity increased with the number of people in the room with dental fillings.
spiritofradio.ca /Articles/SunReunion.asp   (868 words)

 projects.   |   MONEY
These are two radio commercials that were produced by CFNY.
The client was Fifth Richmond, who gave me the gig to both write and direct the spots.
It was a lot of fun and I got to hang with Humble and Fred [if you'll accept "hang" to actually mean "stood in the same room"].
www.milkaudio.com /lawrence/project/p030_money.html   (54 words)

 The CFNY Spirit Of Radio Fan Page
CFNY was about the music - music you couldn't hear anywhere else, on any other station.
CFNY was about the people - some of the most talented, dedicated and interesting people worked together at CFNY.
As for The Spirit of Radio – it was written about CFNY and all that we stood for - I was told that by the band and management before the album was released.
www.spiritofradio.ca   (1362 words)

 Radio Station History of CFNY-FM 102.1
February - The CFNY studios and offices moved from 340 Main Street to 83 Kennedy Road South.
November 28 - CFNY officially began transmitting from the CN Tower.
May 1, 1996, CFNY moved its studios from Brampton to the Eaton Centre, 1 Dundas Street West in Toronto.
www.broadcasting-history.ca /stations/radio/CFNYfmHistory.html   (281 words)

 Alan Cross - He's really smart. | MetaFilter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
I used to love cfny back in the days when it was the Toronto station for breaking new music...I'll enjoy this thanks...
When CFNY first hit the airwaves (late 70's), it was one of the best things in my teenage life.
As for Cross, he was most approachable and personable when I'd bug him during breaks working at the CNE while he broadcast live from there and he's most approachable and personable when I've bugged him via email over the past few years.
www.metafilter.com /mefi/41581   (1767 words)

 Paul is Dead Hoax
Dave holds a special place in the Beatles history books of being the first radio personality ever to do a live retrospective on the Paul is Dead hoax while using the actual WKNR broadcast tapes from October, 1969.
At that time CFNY was still located in the little yellow house in the middle of a field in Brampton, Ontario.
The original studios for CFNY were in a bedroom of the old house.
beatles.ncf.ca /trivia.html   (4626 words)

 Martha & the Muffins Official Site
Martha and Mark were asked to settle the debate which took place December 6th on Radiopro, an email subscription service run by Canadian radio veteran Warren Cosford as a forum for music industry pros.
While the term "breaking" a band on radio has no strict definition, it was CFNY who first promoted the band on radio when Keith Elshaw, a CFNY DJ, played SUBURBAN DREAM and INSECT LOVE from MatM's 1979 indie release of the same name.
Nevertheless, CHUM-FM was hot on CFNY's heels, playing MatM's indie disc as well as hosting a MatM live broadcast from Toronto's Palais Royale on June 18, 1980.
www.marthaandthemuffins.com /news/dec_02.htm   (147 words)

 IMC Hamilton Home: OLD CFNY FANS...
For those old CFNY 102.1 FM fans that are simply wanting to hear music that brings back the days of Pete and Geets, Liz Janik, Live Earl Jive and Hedley Jones just to name a few familiar voices.
I bring to the show a lot of Canadian talent east of Winnipeg and the rare gems that are so often very hard to get and hear on anything but a University radio Station or a tape of the old CFNY days.
Now that the internet can reach out and touch practically anyone with access to the internet and we too can be heard on the net...
hamilton.indymedia.org /newswire/display/80/index.php   (243 words)

 Gaffaweb - Kate Bush - REACHING OUT - CFNY (Toronto), Jan. 1994   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Although this interview is shorter than I remember, I still feel it better than the interview that was conducted later that night which was broadcast throughout North America.
Regardless, here is the interview with May Potts from CFNY, Toronto, Canada.
I tried to transcibe it as best I could, keeping true to every word but trying to omit any "um's" which are just an ordinary part of speech.
gaffa.org /reaching/ir94_fny.html   (592 words)

 TRIGGER NEWS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Trigger are now finalists in the CFNY 1999 New Music Search.
Trigger played the CFNY showcase at North By Northeast last week.
As a result they have been asked to play at the City of Toronto's "Street Party" July 10.
www.angelfire.com /ia/trigger/news.html   (93 words)

 ArtBoomer.com - Broom Filler
Their single Decide Inside has been played on CIUT, CFNY, CKLN, CBC and charted on several College Radio stations and countless Internet Radio Stations across Canada and the USA.
Their music has consistantly been rated in the top 50 Punk songs in Toronto via mp3.com, mainly staying in the top 10.
Currently the band is demo-ing new material for an upcoming full length album to be released in 2006.
www.artboomer.com /app/catalog/customer.asp?id=173   (441 words)

 Rock Radio Scrapbook: Airchecks 1977
Romo segued to Q-107 for two-and-a-half years, partnering in the morning show with Ted Woloshyn, John Donabie and Scruff Connors.
Griffin departed in 1987 for a short spell in mornings at CFGM Richmond Hill, Ont., and by the '90s was doing afternoon drive and a garden show at CFMO-FM in Smiths Falls, Ont. He later moved to Ottawa.
In 2001 - after 21 years at CFNY - Haydu returned to CHUM as Director of Engineering.
rockradioscrapbook.ca /air1977.html   (598 words)

 Rock Radio Scrapbook: Airchecks 1980
He was arguably the best-known progressive rock announcer in the country and one of the most progressive - always pushing the creative envelope a little further.
By the '80s, it was on to program host and program director at CFNY, a station that remained true to the roots of progressive radio while testing new boundaries.
Toronto radio listener Alan Powell was taping that night, and captured the breaking news and the accompanying raw emotion as it appeared on CFNY, CKFM and CHUM-FM.
rockradioscrapbook.ca /air1980.html   (2469 words)

 Radio Gems   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
It’s a caricature of the legendary Pete and Geets commemorating their sixth anniversary at CFNY in 1986.
I love this gem - the 1984 edition of the CFNY Wankees.
A man licked a pigs ass, and he didn’t win.
freddiep.ca /gpage5.html   (179 words)

 cfny: See what people are saying right now on Technorati
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 Information for CFNY
Beginning with the arrival of David Marsden as programming director in 1978, CFNY became one of the first commercial radio stations to play alternative music.
In 1985, after years of ownership changes, the station was sold to Selkirk Communications.
The CFNY Spirit of Radio Fan Page is devoted to CFNY, particularly its 1980's incarnation.
www.rocklists.com /cfny.html   (357 words)

The joint submission to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) regards CFNY-FM(CFNY), and comes in response to the radio station's morning show "Humble and Fred" broadcast of April 1, 1999 as well as preceding shows leading up to a 1st Annual "Jesus LOOK-A-LIKE contest" promotion, held on that day.
CFAC and CCRL also condemned the "Chocolate Jesus" giveaway promotion for Easter 1999, held in conjunction with the aforementioned promotion, the "Danger Boy on a Cross" promotion held by the same radio station in April of 1998, and the CFNY Christmas song, "Jesus was a Fetus".
It is the job of a public broadcaster not to shrink from engaging important subjects simply out of fear of giving offence...
www.lifesite.net /ldn/2000/may/00050301.html   (314 words)

 soundcinema biographies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Starting with The Heretics, whose album Mass Hysteria (Fringe Records) produced by Michael Phillip Wojewoda, was number 1 on the College Charts and heard on CFNY and CBC radio.
This album, produced by Ivan Zilman, received regular airplay on Toronto’s CFNY and rave reviews in local magazines and newspapers.
The band performed hundreds of gigs in and around Toronto, including a benefit concert for the Children’s Aid Society at the Music Hall, and appeared on Breakfast Television.
www.soundcin.com /bios.html   (421 words)

 Alan Cross - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alan Cross is a Canadian radio broadcaster and a writer on music.
He subsequently joined radio stations in Selkirk, Kenora and Brandon before returning to Winnipeg's CHIQ.
Beginning in February, 1993, he also became host of The Ongoing History which has been running continuously ever since.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Alan_Cross   (313 words)

 Eye Weekly - Editorials - 02.06.97
'The Edge,' after his brief (but too long) stint with 'The Mix.' I missed him when he left CFNY in '91, and considered following him to 'The Mix' but I stuck with CFNY because Fred was still there, and I really like him too.
(Besides, I had a gut feeling that Howard would return to CFNY, because he and Fred had become good buddies.) Humble and Fred are clever, funny, spontaneous, honest, animated -- love that group of animated shots of Howard -- and that front cover!
They are definitely a cut above some of those other radio jocks who rely on contests and come-ons to keep their listeners tuned to the radio.
www.eye.net /eye/issue/issue_02.06.97/news_views/editorials.php   (1167 words)

 Cfny: Reviews, Discography, Audio Clips, and more ||| Music.com
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www.music.com /performance/cfny/2   (60 words)

 Julie on CFNY "Indie Hour" last night   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Last night Julie (ET) was on the indie hour on cfny (102.1 edge).
I only caught the part of her interview so I don't know what else she said.
Next by thread: my ramblings on the 19+ show of Broken Girl, Plumtree and The Maker's Mark at the Rivoli in Toronto
yupislyr.com /sloannet/msg02/msg02930.html   (135 words)

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