If there was ever a guy who was born to talk, it's George Stroumboulopoulos. With more than eighteen years the business, George is one of the most admired and beloved broadcasters in Canada. Starting out on what was then CBC Newsworld, over six seasons he quickly grew The Hour from a fledging current events program to a critical and popular success from coast to coast on the main CBC Network. As the program grew, so did George's reputation as one of the most insightful and dynamic broadcasters in North America that led to George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight.
You can now find George covering NHL action with Hockey Central Saturday.
George is also a highly respected longtime radio personality. Canadians have tuned into The Strombo Show for four years now; a commercial-free music program. The Strombo Show airs Sunday nights from 8 p.m. to 11pm on CBC Radio 2 or stream it on www.strombo.com.
During all this, he's somehow managed to travel to the Arctic for a well-received special on literacy, youth culture, and the loss of Inuit identity. He's been to Sudan with Raine Maida of Our Lady Peace and Dr. Eric Hoskins of War Child Canada, and to Zambia for a World AIDS Day special documentary.
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