Paul Arkand, the show’s number one host at 98.5, announced this morning that he will not be renewing his radio contract when it expires in two years.
The 62-year-old presenter is in charge of the show Because you have to wake up For 20 years, it has sought to produce other projects, including documentaries and television programs.
According to a recent Numéris poll, the show is once again the most listened to radio show in Canada.
“I really want to thank you; It is very touching to know that you are there, ”the presenter explained to his employers in Coca-Cola, who advised him to step down in two years.
It’s time for a big start at 98.5. The announcement of Paul Arkand’s departure in two years was added to the June 19 announcement by Paul Houth leaving the station after 15 years of loyal service and the recent announcement by Bernard Trainville that he would stop his political essay after 4 years. More than 1000 diaries – to return to politics under the colors of the CAQ.
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When his collaborators sang to him during the Thursday morning show, it was a goodbye joke, and Paul Arkand took the opportunity to set the record straight and put an end to rumors that he would soon be out with a laugh.
“One, I’m not dead, and second, I’m not leaving tomorrow afternoon. That’s what I said. “
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