Jim Brown is a Canadian radio personality, best known as a host of programming on CBC Radio One.
He was the host of the Calgary Eyeopener on CBR in Calgary from 2003 until 2011. Before moving to Calgary, he hosted The Morning Show at CBN in St. John's, Newfoundland, for eight seasons.
He has also been heard across Canada as a guest host of The Current, Sounds Like Canada, As It Happens, The House and Q, and as the regular host of the weekly public affairs program The 180.
Prior to joining the CBC, Brown worked as a newspaper reporter and magazine editor. His first film, the feature film Radiant City, co-directed with Gary Burns, was presented in September 2006 at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film won a Genie Award for Best Documentary in 2007.