680 CJOB reveals exciting new lineup, Shadoe Davis joins the team

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WINNIPEG — A vibrant new voice is about to shake up your mornings.

The city’s most iconic radio station, 680 CJOB has revealed its new weekday lineup, which kicks off Monday, September 12.

Headlining the list is acclaimed local broadcaster Shadoe Davis. Davis will host the station’s new morning show, The Shadoe Davis Show, from 6 to 10 a.m.

Born and raised in Winnipeg, Davis has hosted leading radio shows across the country for over 25 years.  Winnipeggers can now kick-start their mornings by waking up to Davis’ intelligent and opinionated style. Experienced sports and news veterans, Kelly Moore and Jeff Braun, experienced and knowledgeable sports and news veterans, will join Davis in the mornings.

“With the revitalization of its schedule, 680 CJOB is entering a new era,” said Kenton Boston, VP News and Information, Corus Radio, Western Canada.

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“We value our deep roots in the city and believe our exciting new lineup, lead by Shadoe in the morning, will reflect the issues and the people of Winnipeg for years to come.”

Former morning host Richard Cloutier is shifting to the main talk show in the afternoons. Cloutier will co-host The News on CJOB from 4 to 7 p.m. with Julie Buckingham. They’ll discuss, break down and offer perspective on the top news stories of the day.

Dahlia Kurtz’s popular afternoon show is expanding, and now airing from 1 to 4 p.m. She will be joined in studio by a new partner, Brett Megarry. Brett and Dahlia will celebrate Winnipeggers who make a difference in the community while continuing to deliver a fresh combination of positivity and perspective.

Geoff Currier will continue to share the issues and stories that matter to listeners. Weekdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Currier, known for his strong opinions and curiosity, will encourage his audience to participate on-air and online and get involved in the conversation.

CJOB is owned by Corus Entertainment, the parent company of Global News.

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