Brenden is a member of the Corus radio/TV sales team as well as our sideline reporter for Edmonton Eskimos broadcasts.
Born and raised in Edmonton, Brenden graduated from NAIT’s radio program in 2010. His first radio job took him to the small town of Kindersley, Sask. as the play-by-play voice of the Kindersley Klippers. Brenden moved back to Edmonton after three years in Kindersley to work for 630 CHED.
He spent several years in the newsroom, before making the move to the sports department to become the producer and fill-in host for Oilers Now with Bob Stauffer.
When Brenden is not at the rink or the football field, you can find him at the gym or the golf course. He’s a big fan of the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals and is a fantasy sports fanatic.
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