JoJo Savard

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Jocelyne Savard better known as JoJo Savard,[1] is a medium, or psychic, in Canada.

JoJo Savard
California 2014
Born Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Occupation TV personality / psychic
Years active 1985–present
Notable credit(s)

JoJo Live CFCF-DT host (1988 - 2003) astrology show

Café Show TVA (Canada) co-host (1988-1994) morning show

Via Quebec TVA (Canada) co-host (1989-1992) variety show

Salut Bonjour TVA (Canada) Breakfast television columnist (1992-1995) breakfast television

JoJo Savard is a former French-Canadian television psychic who gained popularity during the early 1990s.[2] She began her media career in 1981 in Vancouver, being regularly featured on the Tomorrow’s Fortune television program; however, her popularity blossomed in the early 1990s with a short TV astrology segment called 'Jocelyne', which was aired between television shows on CFCF-TV in Montreal. With Savard's popularity on the rise, she shifted her focus in 1994 and began the widely popular Jojo's Psychic Alliance telemarketing hotline across Canada. Her infomercial was featured on French and English television. Subsequently, Savard went under contract to the Miami-based telemarketing firm Ormazd Inc., to host an American-based astrology hotline called The Power of Love in the United States.

Her pay per call phone line reached 2,000 calls per day at its peak.[3]


  1. ^ "Aline Chretien letter used in psychic's TV infomercials". Hamilton Spectator. 12 August 1994. pp. A.6. Retrieved 23 March 2012. Montreal's Jocelyne Savard, better known as Jojo the Psychic 
  2. ^ McDonald, Marci. "JoJo Savard (Profile)". The Canadian Encyclopedia. Historica-Dominion. Archived from the original on 23 March 2012. 
  3. ^ Nickerson, Colin (8 January 1997). "Pyschic disconnection: Cosmic line to Canada gets cut Popular soothsayer didn't see own downfall". Boston Globe. pp. A.2. Retrieved 23 March 2012. At the peak of her popularity, JoJo's Psychic Alliance phone banks drew more than 2000 calls a day from Canadians and Americans 

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