Brooke & Jubal Jump North of the Border

RADIO INK reports, Ottawa’s JUMP! 106.9 (CKQB-FM) announced, Thursday, their new morning show Brooke & Jubal In The Morning, hosted by award-winning radio hosts Brooke Fox and Jubal Flagg. The two have co-hosted Brooke & Jubal In The Morning together since 2011, with the show launching into national syndication in 2015. (pictured: Jubal, Jason Remington, and Brooke)… RADIO ONLINE reports, Entercom appoints Alex Silverman to the role of Program Director for All News KYW-AM/Philadelphia, effective September 24. He previously held the role of Assistant Director of News and Programming for sister WCBS-AM (Newsradio 880)/New York. Prior to joining WCBS in 2011, Silverman was a reporter and anchor at KIRO-FM/Seattle from 2010-2011.

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1 thought on “Brooke & Jubal Jump North of the Border

  1. From the Internet Archive ( we reclaim some our Lost Comments:

    Mike Cherry says:
    September 1, 2018 3:50 pm at
    that has got to be the most life-like cut-out of our head admin Jason than I have ever seen. How on earth did those 2 morning show hosts manage to prop up that cut-out between them??!! I would have been worried it would tip that drink all over me & the ground. Kudos to the artist who cloned Jason…good job!

    Jason Remington says:
    September 1, 2018 4:28 pm at
    Sometimes it is hard to tell, what is real life. Are we in the matrix, simply cut-outs moved around by superior beings or simply thoughts in thin air.
    I may be channeling Lan Roberts right now.

    Mike Cherry says:
    September 1, 2018 4:46 pm at
    …and I think I’m channeling 95 right now!

    Mike Cherry says:
    September 1, 2018 3:55 pm at
    Okay, I confess: I’ve never listened to the Brooke & Jubal Show but plan to sample this soon out of curiosity. With that admittance comes the unknown format & specifically, whether any music is played on their show. I was surprised to see a US-based syndicated morning show air on a Canadian station. Canadian stations are required by regulation to play 35-40% Canadian music content, depending upon the % stipulated in their licence conditions. If only a few music selections are played on the show, then the % can be beefed up at other air times to compensate. It’s an interesting move…

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