One of the radio’s best voices on 98.5 FM Montreal has not renewed Paul Hout’s contract, and he will be airing his last show next June on the city’s most listened to radio station next June.
The Elephant-in-Memory host led the weekly Return Show from 2007 to 2019 and was replaced by Patrick Lace. Since then, he has hosted Paul Hout’s weekends Saturday and Sunday mornings, among other things, with his friend cultural columnist Therese Parisian.
It was announced on Saturday that the show, which also aired on Outoice and Mauritius, would end on June 19. “Management wants to modify its morning programming [week-end]I respect this decision, “said Paul Howde, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.
A well-known media personality in Quebec, the 67-year-old spoke of his years on 98.5 FM as “the best professional experience in the radio community”.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
With the exception of Paul Howe, a number of radio and television personalities have announced their departure in recent weeks. At the same station, at 98.5 FM, the legendary Night Entertainment Jack Faby He will retire in June. On TVA, presenter Pierre Bruneau Will also provide its latest newsletter Next month, Denise Lewesk announced this week that she would complete her public affairs program in its current form.
On Radio-Canada, departure announcements followed each other. Denise Cogne Will not come back Led by the magazine Grocery store Next September. Holder of the morning show host at the ICI premiere in Quebec City for 17 years, Claude Bernatches Aired on Thursday That he is going to face new challenges. We learned the same day that host Michael Lacombe retired at the end of a life spanning five decades.
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