Ken Rockburn (born 1947) is a Canadian radio and television journalist and host. He is most notable for his associations with the Canadian Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC), the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and CHEZ-FM radio.
From the late 1970s until the early 1990s Rockburn served as news director at Ottawa radio station CHEZ-FM. As news director, he won three national radio awards from ACTRA. He also hosted a two-hour program on arts and current affairs called Medium Rare, which was widely syndicated across Canada. Rockburn's book from this period, Medium Rare: Jamming With Culture was published in 1995.
During 1994 to 1997, Rockburn hosted Rockburn and Company on CBC's Ottawa television station CBOT. Contemporaneously, as of 1996, on Ottawa's CBC Radio One station CBO-FM, Rockburn hosted All in a Day. Rockburn's tenure on the show continued until 2001, during which the program was consistently ranked number one in its market.
- Larocque, Louis (April 6, 2007). "The Larocque Who's Who". Retrieved 2007-05-20.
- "All in a Day gets new host". CBC News. January 15, 2002. Retrieved 2007-05-20.
- CPAC Announces Departure of Host Ken Rockburn; News Release, May 26, 2008; www.cpac.ca.
- See Ken Rockburn comments to "Le Hibou in '72". Peter Hum, www.jazzblog.ca; March 4, 2009.
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