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For CBC's Anna Maria Tremonti, empathy is essential in journalism

Morning radio will never be the same. After 17 seasons of hosting The Current, Anna Maria Tremonti is ready to move on. She sits down with Tom Power to talk about everything from her pre-show singing rituals to her love for The Wizard of Oz.
Anna Maria Tremonti is the long-time host of The Current. After 17 seasons on the air, she's moving on to the world of podcasting. She joined host Tom Power in the q studio. (Vivian Rashotte/CBC)
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Morning radio will never be the same. After 17 seasons of hosting CBC's flagship current affairs show, The Current, Anna Maria Tremonti will be moving on to the world of podcasting.

Ahead of her last show with The Current on Thursday, June 20, Tremonti sat down with Tom Power live in the q studio to talk about everything from pre-show singing rituals to her love for The Wizard of Oz.

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