Warren Davis (broadcaster)
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Warren Davis (died 1995) was a Canadian broadcaster and newsreader. He was the first anchor of CBC Television's The National, from 1969 to 1970. The show was rebranded from the earlier news program The National News.
At various times in his career on television and radio, Davis hosted a number of music and current affairs programs as well as being the host of Reach for the Top for the 1965 to 1966 season.
He was the original host of CBC Radio's Two New Hours, a weekly showcase of contemporary classical music, from 1978 until his retirement in 1986.
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