CJOC 1974 Lethbridge AB

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1974 Ken Connors CJOC
Ken Connors on air show 3pm-7pm as well as doing on camera on CJOC TV Lethbridge, Alberta.

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1974 CJOC Lethbridge

Some of the CJOC announcers participated in a Fire Hose Coupling Competition held in Taber, Alberta.

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1974 - The Newsmen

There were a number of Newsmen ere on both CJOC TV and CJOC Radio, in Lethbridge.

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1968- CJOC Lethbridge
Jim Elliott, Wayne Berry, Jack Thys and some of the other announcers were were on the CJOC.

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1979 CJOC Lethbridge

Feature announcers of both CJOC Lethbridge and CJPR Crowsnest Pass, back in 1979.

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1974 CJOC Logo
PHOTO of some of the staff of CJOC 1977: Sheila Ryan, John Scott Black, Shelley Larsen, Byron Close and Don Hill. VIEW PHOTO
CJOC Chart featuring Terry Lumsden from 1970: VIEW PHOTO
CJOC Chart featuring Top songs of 1969: VIEW PHOTO

In 1974 the line-up at CJOC AM radio, Lethbridge was Gord Whitehead 6-8:30AM, two part open line 8:30-11AM. Jack Thys 11AM-3PM, Ken Connors 3-7PM, Kevin McKanna 7PM-Midnight, Rudy DeBoer Midnight-5AM. Gord Whitehead replaced Jim Elliot who was the morning man for many years. In 1974, the TV manager of CJOC TV was Bob Johnston. Fred Filhaut was the assistant General Manager at CJOC TV, Lethbridge. In 1986 Fred moved to Regina for 6 years then back to CFRN-TV Edmonton as Senior Vice President of CTV West for 10 years until his retirement.
CJOC Channel 7 TV went through a lot of changes over the years and most recently (2000) is an affiliate of Global TV now known as CISA-TV.

CJOC AM Radio started broadcasting in 1926 named after "Jock" Palmer. In 1972 it also started a satellite radio station in the Crowsnest Pass CJPR. It broadcast five hours a day, and the rest of the time broadcast CJOC. CJOC broadcast on the AM band until the year 2000 when it moved to FM as CJRX-FM. Known as Rock 106, Today's Best Rock & Killer Classics.