"Every generation or two kids get momentarily enthused ... but generally it's people in our generation that actually vote rigorously."
TORONTO — A published report says Moses Znaimer's ZoomerMedia Ltd. is in talks aimed at acquiring Sun News Network from Quebecor
As many of you have read, Bell Media recently axed 91 jobs from MuchMusic, ostensibly gutting the iconic music station into a shadow of its formerly glorious self when Znaimer and John Martin founded the "temple of rock" in 1984. But an online movement to bring Much back to its original founder Moses Znaimer is picking up steam.
#GiveThemBacktoMoses from Retrontario on Vimeo. A former Much personality has a compelling idea for how to help the station
There they sit facing each other in Toronto City Hall -- two very rich men of much more than considerable girth, strangely similar, radiating mutual admiration, screw-you arrogance and otherworldly chutzpah. This odd couple comes together last Monday on Vision's The Zoomer. It's never the widely advertised interview promised, because the Baron doesn't know how to interview. Instead, it's a chat between two obviously misunderstood innocents. So no tough, probing questions from the Baron to the Mayor along the lines of "have you no shame, sir? No decency?"
Tim Knight writes the regular media column, Watching the Watchdog, for HuffPost Canada. Program: Premiere of The Zoomer, Vision
If you were a Canadian kid fascinated by popular culture in the 1990s -- former MuchMusic VJ Tony "Master T" Young was the
We live in an idea-driven economy in which, when asked if he has anything to declare at customs, a Bill Gates (with Microsoft in his brain) can reply with a straight face "I have absolutely nothing to declare!"