I really really love hearing the scoop when Jim Richards is on ...the other guys are not very effective 🤔 do IM TRYING TO LISTEN ON MY AW1 SAMSUNG PHONE IT WONT PLAY YOUR RSDIO STATION CFRB THIS REALLY MESSES US UP ...WE NEED THE TIME YOU ANNOUNCE OFYEN AND THE WEATHER ....WHEN WE ARE IN THE SHOWER !!!
Better to stop talking about soccer and the world cup man, you're missing to much information.
Brainwashed has-beens who can’t even have an intelligent conversation with anyone other than the extreme left
recent changes at CFRB , outside of day time regulars, have it morphed from it's previously current and interesting dynamic team of multi faceted broadcasters to be a Commercial- Filled Repeat Broadcast station. Looking elsewhere for my weekend morning and late night. Cheap Cheap Cheap, Bell, to re run and re use broadcasts, instead of showcasing and mentoring the talented journalists here in Toronto.
Stop standing up for Trudeau, he's an incompetent asshole and is dividing the country like never before. TRUDEAU likes to class people as racist when they disagree with him but he's the biggest racist there is.
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Jim Richards is rather creative. Not sure why they shoved him to the evening. Ryan is paid by the Conservative Gov't...lol...
1010 is the number of times global has kissed dustbin truedoughs ass for money
I stopped listening to cfrb years ago. I will however tune in from time to time. Quickly dialing out when I've heard enough of the commercials. Talk radio fills a large portion of my day. From Sirius radio to the CBC, I've heard them all. I enjoy listening to diverse opinions. Lead by the CBC, talk radio in this country is dominated by liberal commentators. If there was a more balance of opinions on cfrb it may interest me enough to stay tuned longer.
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.
250 Richmond Street West, Third Floor, M5V 1W4, Toronto, ON