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|Occupation||film critic, radio and television broadcaster, author|
|Known for||Reel to Real , The 100 Best Movies You've Never Seen hosting late night talk show [Pop Life] on CTV.|
Richard Crouse (born May 26, 1963 in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia) is a television personality and host on Canadian television and news. He is the host of the CTV talk show Pop Life and is the regular film critic for CTV News Channel and the twenty-four-hour news source CP24.
Crouse can be heard as the in-house movie critic on Newstalk 1010. In April 2008, his Saturday evening radio show, The Richard Crouse Show, featuring in-depth interviews, began its run on Newstalk 1010 in Toronto and is now syndicated across Canada. In September 2017 his late night talk show Pop Life began airing on CTV, CTV News Channel and Bravo.
He is also the author of ten books on film and pop culture history including Who Wrote the Book of Love, the best-selling The 100 Best Movies You've Never Seen and Reel Winners. His work has been prominently featured in The Globe and Mail and the National Post , as well as several literary and music magazines.
As an author his books include Son of the 100 Best Movies You've Never Seen Raising Hell: Ken Russell and the Unmaking of The Devils and Elvis is King: Costello's My Aim is True, all from ECW Press.
He was the film critic for Canada AM from 2005 until the show's cancellation in 2016. "He hosted In Short on Bravo, was the host of Reel to Real from 1998 to 2008,and was a regular pundit for Star TV's Best! Movies! Ever! and the host of The 100 Best Movies You've Never Seen on Rogers Television. He is also a frequent guest on many Canadian radio and television shows.
299 Queen Street West, also known as Bell Media Queen Street, is the headquarters of the television/radio broadcast hub of Bell Canada's media unit, Bell Media located at the intersection of Queen Street West and John Street in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The building previously served as the headquarters of CTVglobemedia until Bell Canada acquired CTV again in 2011 as well as CHUM Television, a division of CHUM Limited, until CTV acquired CHUM in 2007, and was once known as the CHUM-City Building. It is now head offices and downtown Toronto studios for Bell Media.
Michael "Mike" Bullard is the former host of the late-night talk shows Open Mike with Mike Bullard on CTV and The Mike Bullard Show on Global and of the midday radio show, Beyond the Mic with Mike Bullard on CFRB. He currently hosts a podcast, You Too with Mike Bullard.
CP24 is a Canadian English language specialty news channel owned by Bell Media, a subsidiary of BCE Inc. and operated alongside the Bell-owned CTV Television Network's owned-and-operated television stations CFTO-DT and CKVR-DT. The channel broadcasts from 299 Queen Street West in Downtown Toronto.
CTV Drama Channel is a Canadian English language discretionary service channel that is owned by Bell Media.
CFRB is an AM radio clear-channel station in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, broadcasting a news/talk at 1010 kHz, with a shortwave radio simulcast on CFRX at 6.07 MHz on the 49m band. CFRB's studios are located in the Entertainment District at 250 Richmond Street West, a building which is adjacent to 299 Queen Street West, while its 4-tower transmitter array is located in the Clarkson neighbourhood of Mississauga.
Seán Cullen is a Canadian actor, voice artist and stand-up comedian. He is known for combining improvisation with mimicry and music. Cullen has been described in Time as the "vanguard of comedy's next generation". He also is best known for providing voices of characters in shows like Best Ed, Seven Little Monsters, and Almost Naked Animals.
John Sanford Moore, better known as John Moore, is a Canadian radio and television broadcaster, film critic, voice actor and comedian. He works for the CFRB 1010 radio station in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Geoff Pevere is a Canadian lecturer, author, broadcaster, teacher, arts and media critic, and currently the Program Director with the Rendezvous With Madness Film Festival in Toronto. He is a former film critic, book columnist and cultural journalist for the Toronto Star, where he worked from 1998 to 2011. His writing has appeared in several newspapers, magazines and arts journals, and he has worked as a broadcaster for both radio and television. He has lectured widely on cultural and media topics, and taught courses at several Canadian universities and colleges. In 2012, he contributed weekly pop culture columns to CBC Radio Syndication, which were heard in nearly twenty markets across Canada. He has also been a movie columnist and regular freelance contributor with the Globe and Mail.
Reel to Real was a Canadian television series, which aired on the Rogers TV network of cable community channels, as well as nationally on Canada's Independent Film Channel. The series was hosted by a variety of Toronto-area film critics over the course of its run, including Christopher Heard, John Foote, Katrina Onstad, Richard Crouse and Geoff Pevere.
Edo Bertoglio is a Swiss photographer and film director. He is the director of Downtown 81.
Ted Woloshyn is a Toronto broadcaster. He hosted The Ted Woloshyn Show, mornings from 5:30 to 8:30 on CFRB-AM in Toronto, Ontario, Canada from 3 November 1996 until 15 December 2006. He currently hosts Saturdays with Ted from 12 to 3pm on Newstalk1010. He previously worked for Toronto area stations CFNY-FM, CILQ-FM and CKFM-FM. Woloshyn currently lives in Mississauga, Ontario.
Michael Williams is a Canadian television personality who may be best known for his work as a VJ at MuchMusic from 1984 to 1993. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Williams moved to Montreal in the 1970s to attend the Communications Arts School at Loyola.
Nneka Elliott is a former reporter/anchor at CP24. Previously she was a reporter/anchor at Newstalk 1010, weather anchor at CTV news & The Weather Network She now hosts an online lifestyle talk show for the Caribbean diaspora. Elliott graduated from Ryerson University's radio and television program in Toronto in 2006. She was also a member of Canadian Idol's top 100 in season 2.
9 Channel Nine Court is an office and studio complex owned by Bell Media in the Agincourt neighbourhood of Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The civic address of the complex refers to the over-the-air channel on which CFTO-TV, the building's original tenant, broadcast. It is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Highway 401 and McCowan Road near the Scarborough City Centre.
Tasha Kheiriddin is a conservative Canadian media personality, public policy analyst and commentator.
John Downs was a radio reporter and personality, who has worked in news and talk radio in Toronto since 1999, primarily covering Toronto City Hall. His individual work has been recognized by the Radio and Television News Directors Association of Canada, including the Sam Ross Award for Best National Commentary in 2007.
Son of the 100 Best Movies You’ve Never Seen is the eighth book by Canadian author and film critic Richard Crouse. Published in September, 2008 by ECW Press, the book is a sequel to the author’s best selling 2003 book The 100 Best Movies You’ve Never Seen. The new book’s check list of the best overlooked and under appreciated films of the last 100 years caters to fans of offbeat cinema, discriminating renters and collectors, and movie buffs.
250 Richmond Street West is a studio complex in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The building now serves as the new headquarters of Bell Media Radio's national operations, and as the studios of the company's Toronto radio stations, CHUM-FM, CFRB and CKFM-FM.
John J. B. Wilson is an American copywriter and publicist. He majored in film and television at University of California, Los Angeles, and after graduation worked on film marketing campaigns.
Jason Agnew is a Canadian television producer, host, radio personality and writer. He is also known as the founding producer and original host of Canada's Emmy Award-winning BITE Television Network, which is also known as Makeful
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