Larry MacInnis is among the most successful and honoured radio writers of the past 40 years. From 1976 to 2013 he was Creative Director of 1050 CHUM and CHUM FM, two of the world’s most highly respected radio stations.
Creating lush, impactful, and innovative soundscapes, THAT’S what Producers do.
Presently working as Senior Production Producer for Corus Entertainment Toronto (Q107, 102.1 The Edge, AM 640, & 95.3 Vinyl), producing Retail Radio ads as well as some station imaging
A Radio Humber alumnus, Heidi is very excited to join the Radio Humber faculty.
Greg, a radio Humber alumnus (1990), is the Creative Production Director for Corus Radio, Hamilton cluster, overseeing the creative and production departments that contribute to Vinyl 95.3, Y108, and CHML.
Dean Sinclair has been a passionate student of Radio for over 30 years. As a successful General Manager, PD, MD, Promotions, sales and marketing expert for many of Canada’s best-known Broadcasters from Toronto to Vancouver Island, Dean is committed to developing talented broadcasters and great Radio.
A Radio Humber and York University graduate, David is a radio sales professional with 25 years experience.
Thanks to a career that spans four decades in markets such as Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa, Darryl is able to bring a wealth of radio experience to Humber.
Neil loves radio. He built his own radio station in the basement as a kid just so he could play songs and talk on the air.
I believe strongly the Power of Radio. It’s a theme that comes up frequently in my lectures, classroom presentations, workshops, seminars and writing. Radio moves us. It wakes us, informs, entertains, influences, calms and re-assures us.
Robyn is an award winning broadcast journalist who has spent her career in news radio, most recently, News Director for CKLH/CKOC/CHAM Hamilton
Sheila Walsh has a diverse portfolio of broadcasting experiences in both television and radio.
So, who is Wayne Williams? Is he the guy who as a high school student went to sleep every night with his transistor radio under his pillow? (yes, I said transistor!)