Acclaimed broadcaster Charles Adler returning to Canadian airwaves

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A familiar voice is making a return to Canadian airwaves.

Beginning November 14, acclaimed broadcaster and host Charles Adler will be bringing news, opinion and his unique perspective to listeners across western Canada with a new syndicated talk show, Charles Adler Tonight.

LISTEN: Charles Adler joins CKNW’s Simi Sara to talk about his return to Canadian airwaves

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The new show will be broadcast from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. PT on the Corus Radio Network on Vancouver’s CKNW AM 980, Calgary’s News Talk 770, Edmonton’s 630 CHED and Winnipeg’s 680 CJOB.

“We are so pleased to have Charles return to Corus,” says Kenton Boston, VP of Global News and Corus Radio for western Canada. “Listeners will be offered lively debate and deep insight into all sides of the issues facing Canadians, from someone they admire and respect.”

Adler has a long history with Canadian listeners, stretching back to his days as a producer for Montreal’s CKGM AM in 1973.

He’s since hosted his own radio programs in Toronto, Winnipeg, and nationally, along with several television stints.

Prior to his move to Corus, he hosted The Charles Adler show on Sirius XM.

“I’m absolutely thrilled to be reunited with Corus and look forward to having nightly conversations with old friends in BC, Alberta and Manitoba,” Adler says.

Prior to the launch of the new show, audiences will get a first listen Tuesday, November 8, when Adler takes the helm of Corus Radio’s special U.S. election coverage America Votes 2016.

That programming will air on CKNW beginning at 7 p.m. PT.


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