Long-time hosts Bill Good and Philip Till are retiring after nearly three decades with Vancouver’s CKNW radio station, j-Source reports.
Good, who is leaving broadcasting after 50 years in the business and 26 at CKNW, aired his last show on Aug. 1. Previously, he also worked at CBC in Vancouver, where his duties included hosting Hockey Night in Canada, as well as CFAX in Victoria and BCTV and CTV in Vancouver.
Meanwhile, Till retired after 25 years on July 31. Till hosted the three-hour morning news show for nearly 10 years. Prior to joining CKNW, he was a foreign correspondent with NBC News.
Replacements have not been named yet for either host.
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