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Featuring some of the pictures and information of radio friends and aquaintences in Alberta, BC and Saskatchewan from 1971 to 1981 when Ken Connors was on Radio and Television.

CKXL 1971-72
Calgary, Alberta
CKNL 1972
Fort St. John, BC
CFGP 1973
Grande Prairie, Alberta
CHEC 1974
Lethbridge, Alberta
CJOC 1974
Lethbridge, Alberta
CJME 1975-76
Regina, Saskatchean
CHED 1976-78
Edmonton, Alberta
CFGP 1978-81
Grande Prairie, Alberta
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CJOC-AM
Lethbridge, Alberta
94.1FM the LOUNGE CJOC-FM

CJOC 1974

1974 Ken Connors CJOC 1974 CJOC Announcers 1974 CJOC Newsteam

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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 broadcaste CJOC. CJOC broadcaste 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.

 


Jingle played right after each newscaste on CJOC radio. 1974. ©

1220 CJOC
Lethbridge, Alberta




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. Jim left for CJCA in Edmonton).

Bob Lang was the radio program director of CJOC in 1974, and later moved to CJCA in Edmonton as program director. Spent 42 years in radio. Died at age of 67 of cancer in Edmonton.

In 1974, the TV manager of CJOC TV was Bob Johnston.