Daytime (TV series)
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Daytime (stylized daytime) covers a wide spectrum of topics in a 60-minute format, generally described as a local lifestyle show that highlights members of the community. Some of the topics and themes based from community access of the show range from food, cooking, home, decorating, shopping, fashion, health, fitness, entertainment and more.
Each edition of daytime is divided and produced by region, as a means to allow members of each community local access. On-air broadcast is limited to the regions they are produced.
In 2007, Daytime was hosted by Jim Bamboulis and Kasia Bodurka. In Fall 2008, Daytime was rebranded as First Local Midday, hosted by Debra Hutchison and Kasia Bodurka.
On September 8, 2009, the show reverted to Daytime and was hosted by Kasia Bodurka and Christian Pritchard. On Monday, February 7, 2011, Kasia ended her tenure as co-host of Daytime. In Fall 2011, Christian was joined by Julia Piedimonte.
In the Fall of 2012, Daytime was streamlined to a single host, and the show was hosted by Dena Chiarcossi.
As of September 2014, the show is hosted by Sarah Newcomb.
Daytime is your window on Ottawa! Tune into Daytime to find out what's going on in our city: community events, entertainment, colourful personalities - even cooking tips from top area chefs!
Derick Fage was the host of the program until December 2015, when he left to take over hosting Breakfast Television Montreal. Since then, the show has been hosted by Dylan Black of Ottawa's Boom 99.7 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and hosted by Catherine Marion on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Hosted by Diane Foulds and Dave Carr.
Produced by associate producer Darlene Vanwyck, daytime has been running live Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in Owen Sound since the beginning of the 2005 season.
Host Gloria Hogan died suddenly during the 2007-2008 season.
Watch London's only TV talk show, daytime London weekdays live at 11am (encores at 1pm, 5pm & 11pm) only on Rogers TV. Join host Ken Eastwood as he interviews guests from around the community, covering a variety of topics that are important to Londoners. Meet community leaders, discover local arts & culture, learn about new programs & events happening in the city, stay up-to-date on local sports, & cook in the daytime kitchen with some of London's finest chefs!
Stay connected with us on Facebook & Twitter @daytimeLondon & watch to win great daily trivia prizes!
Relaunched a new version of daytime Oxford in the fall of 2014. Currently hosted by Woodstock city councillor Jerry Acchione and his wife Sara
"Daytime Toronto" returned in the new year with new hosts. The show airs live at 10am and repeats at 3pm, Monday - Friday.
From 2001 to 2009, daytime Waterloo Region was hosted by Susan Cook-Scheerer and Mark Paine. In 2009, Paine departed the show and was replaced by Jay Chagnon who co-hosted alongside Cook-Scheerer until his departure in September 2012. Mark Paine returned to the show alongside his longtime co-host after Chagnon's departure. In September 2014, Cook-Scheerer began hosting daytime Waterloo Region single-handedly with expert lifestyle guests appearing on a regular basis.
Join the fun as Susan Cook-Scheerer dishes with guests about all things local - from cuisine and healthy lifestyles, home improvement and events to current affairs and maintaining healthy relationships. "She's got the whole region talking!"
Hosted by Jacqueline Betterton, previously with Jeff Moore.
In 2012/2013, Elaine Yim-Spencer temporarily hosted alongside Jeff Moore.
The program airs live at 10am weekdays with repeats at 4pm the same day. Depending where in York Region the viewer is, the program is seen either on channel 10 or 63.
Discontinued and replaces with Night Time. A millennial focused talk show hosted by Arelean Paculen which has since been discontinued due to the closure of ROGERStv Peel
Saint John, NB Region
Hosted by Joshua Britten and Pauline Cronin.
This edition of the show aired from September 2006 until August 2008.
For the 12 final episodes of the 2006 and 2007 year before the Christmas break, re-branded the show "The 12 Daytimes of Christmas" and featured holiday topics in each show.
A three episode series celebrating St. Patrick's Week was produced in 2007.
Also aired in Sussex NB.
Has since been replaced by a Daily 12pm live show called Inside Elgin.
- Living, a similar lifestyle show format with a mixture of local and syndicated segments; aired by CBC Television in Canada