Evan Solomon, John Moore and Barb D go a long way to making this a great station. Jerry's head is swelled. Richards is fun and funny. I agree that comments that the rush is too flaky but for someone to say "President Trump, with the highest approval rating of any president in decades," on what planet? that is truly fake news!
Well I agree with Don, Pete, and Rocco. I enjoy listening to Jerry and Barb. Other than that, forget it - In between those times, forget it. I'm off to 640.
Those two frat boys that are on at 4 PM are the worst. They're certainly not journalists. Goofing around on-air is for local cable at 1 AM. Their daily slam of President Trump, with the highest approval rating of any president in decades, has pushed me over to 640. At least they have a mature and more balanced show. I have to Flush the Rush.
Other than Agar, the rest buy into john tory,s propaganda. and promote it. their ideas and attitude are whats wrong with toronto and why it is going downhill fast. i wish Agar would run for mayor but i fear he is too honest for the job.
Too many commercials not enough talk.
Morning coverage is great, great commentary...then at 2:00pm turns into garbage and I'm forced to change the station. The "Rush" should be rushed off the air!
very poor, and instead talk about Donald Trump put more attention on our PM idiot
On two separate occasions, I contacted newstalk1010 to find an answer to my issue. Both times I emailed them I received no response! Being a listener and fan of the station for years I find this behavior of not returning emails to your listeners low and disrespectful!
Love the station with its large variety of talk shows, however please stop with the comedy show. I listen to your station strictly for talk radio.;if I want to listen to comedy I would tune in to another station .
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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.
Address: 250 Richmond Street West, Third Floor, M5V 1W4, Toronto, ON