Stu Daly CKLG

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Postby cart_machine » Wed Sep 06, 2006 9:38 pm

I was checking out Vancouver radio listings for July 11, 1962 and recognised all the names on the local stations (not including CBU) except Stu Daly, who was doing the 'Breakfast Bell' morning show at CKLG Monday-Saturday.

Does anyone know anything about him?

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Postby Jack Bennest » Thu Sep 07, 2006 7:13 pm

best I can do for your JB

you might have this already

CKOC (Oct. 3, 1960)

(Source: Toronto Globe and Mail)

6-9 a.m. - GEORGE BALCAN

9 a.m.-12 noon - STU DALY

12 noon-1 p.m. - GARY SUMMERS

1-3 p.m. - GEORGE DAVIES

3-5 p.m. - RANDY FERRIS

5-6 p.m. - DON WEBSTER

6-8 p.m. - RON SMITH

8-10:30 p.m. - HI FI CLUB

10:30 p.m.-12 midnight - MOONGLOW


CKFM 99.9 Toronto

1967
Stu Daly (6-10am), Carl Banas, Russ Thompson

1968
0600 - Stu Daly
1000 -
PMD -
EVE - Carl Banas
1200 - Fred Napoli Others - Russ Thompson
Napoli (Music Til Dawn) re-joined in 1967 or 1968.

1969
0600 - Stu Daly
1000 -
PMD -
0800 - Carl Banas
1200 - Fred Napoli

Don Cameron was a special kind of guy in a world that often celebrated bluster over brain.

He was kind, gentle and personable. I remember the day he entered the world of CKFM in Toronto, which was in a serious ratings battle with the pioneer FM station in the city, CHFI-FM. In the way that sports teams now actively recruit players, radio stations during the 1960s, and in particular FM stations wanting to make a mark, did much the same.

Don joined a stellar crew of on air personalities headed by Henry Shannon, who later became the voice of traffic in Toronto; Stu Daly, who defected for a successful career in Manhattan; Joe Van Poppel, who came to the station from Hamilton; Phil MacKellar, the voice of jazz in the city; Russ Thompson, known to millions of television viewers as the voice of General Motors; and Carl Banas, who later went on to television glory as Detective-Sergeant Byron James in the landmark series Wojeck.

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voice over work, tv show announcing, narration,

here is a list of his contemparies

Broadcasters

Tom Brokaw; Charles Gibson; Bob Costas; Jim Lampley; Sam Donaldson; Katie Couric; Hannah Storm; Al Michaels Dan Hicks; Ahmad Rashad; John Tesh; Summer Sanders; Marv Albert; Tim McCarver; Pat Buchannan; Dan Patrick James Brown; Bill Belamy; Dick Enberg; Mike Glenn; Rowdy Gaines; Joie Chen; Jim Gray; Donna de Varona; Larry King Stuart Varney; Skip Carey; Matt Lauer; Al Roaker; Jack Whitaker; Greg Gumbel; Boomer Esiason; Emeril LagasseTony Perkins; Sara James; Ted Turner; Chris Collinsworth; Len Dawson; Nick Buoniconti; Jerry Glanville; Gary Miller Roy Firestone; Catherine Crier; Joe Buck; George Michael; Harry Smith; Pat O?Brien; Andrea Joyce; Dr. Bob Arnot Ann Meyers; Doug Collins; Downtown Julie Brown, Fred Roggin; Len Berman; Glen Walker; Sue Simmons; Colleen Williams Paul Moyer; Fritz Coleman; Chuck Henry; Kelly Mack; Sandra Bookman; John Pruitt; Monica Kaufman; Glen Burns; Jack Ford Chuck Dowdel; Clark Howard; Valerie Hoff; Denny Moore; Martha Sharan; Andrea Arceneaux; Christie Tanner; Eddie BauerJoie Chen; Cynthia Good; John Doyle; Bill Bellamy; Meredith Vieira; Leeza Gibbons; Billy Bush; Sandra Bezic; Mike Breen Todd Brooker; Mary Carillo; Don Chevrier; Stu Daly;
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Postby cart_machine » Thu Sep 07, 2006 11:25 pm

Top Dog wrote: best I can do for your JB

Yeah, I saw that stuff. I was hoping someone here might have a first-person story about him.

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Postby Jack Bennest » Fri Sep 08, 2006 5:50 am

well I just emailed a guy called 'stu daly' wanting to sell his wall bed (he could live in australia)

Is that personal story not good enuff cartie - geez you are such a task master
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Postby radiofan » Fri Sep 08, 2006 8:28 pm

Is he related to Calgary broadcaster Bart Daly?
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Postby cart_machine » Fri Sep 08, 2006 11:02 pm

radiofan wrote: Is he related to Calgary broadcaster Bart Daly?

Only if Stu Daly is really Roger Kingkade.

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