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CAB’s 2007 HoF inductees

People | 10/10/2007 1:59 pm EDT

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters has announced that nine Canadians will be inducted into the CAB Broadcast Hall of Fame at a luncheon on November 6, during this year's CAB Convention. The Hall of Fame recognizes Canadians in private broadcasting or related industries who have achieved outstanding success in helping raise industry standards from a material or humanitarian standpoint. This year's nominees are: president and COO of Montreal's RNC Media Inc. Raynald Brière; founder of Ottawa's CHEZ 106 and former director of Canadian music development for Rogers Media Harvey Glatt; former president of the Radio Television News Directors Association Bruce Hogle; long-time radio morning show host Fred Latremouille; 1983 Broadcaster of the Year Donald Lawrie; former mayor of Saint John and independent broadcaster Bob Lockhart; renowned producer Rai Purdy (posthumously); radio personality Paul Reid (posthumously); and Phyllis Yaffe, CEO of Alliance Atlantis. "We are proud to see the Broadcast Hall of Fame enriched this year with the induction of these Canadians who have made remarkable contributions over the years to the broadcasting industry and to their communities," said CAB President and CEO, Glenn O'Farrell, in a press release. Complete bios of the inductees can be found at http://www.cab-acr.ca/english/media/news/07/nr_oct0907.shtm

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