Ted Woloshyn

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Ted Woloshyn
BornDecember 1953 (age 65)
Nationality Canada
Years active1974-present

Ted Woloshyn (born December 1953) is a Toronto broadcaster. He hosted The Ted Woloshyn Show, mornings from 5:30 to 8:30 on CFRB-AM in Toronto, Ontario, Canada from 3 November 1996 until 15 December 2006. He currently hosts Saturdays with Ted from 12 to 3pm on Newstalk1010. He previously worked for Toronto area stations CFNY-FM, CILQ-FM and CKFM-FM.[1] Woloshyn currently lives in Mississauga, Ontario.[2]

Woloshyn started his radio career in 1974 at CHIC in Brampton. He moved on to work in Peterborough, Montreal, Hamilton, and finally Toronto. He began hosting the CFRB morning show in November 1996, following in the footsteps of the legendary Wally Crouter.

In 1981, Woloshyn released the comedy album It's Not the Heat...It's the Humility.[3] The following year, he received a Juno Award nomination for Comedy Album of the Year.[4]

Little more than a month after celebrating his tenth anniversary on The Ted Woloshyn Show, he announced his leaving because it was time to move on. CFRB announced on air that Woloshyn was retiring to spend more time with his family. He subsequently revealed that he had actually been fired by CFRB and was not retiring.[5]

As of September 2016, Woloshyn writes an opinion column in the Toronto Sun.[6] Woloshyn hosted Saturday with Ted Woloshyn on Newstalk 1010 (CFRB-AM) from 2010 until September 2016.


  1. ^ "Ted Wolosyhn profile". The Spirit of Radio, CFNY fan site. Retrieved 25 November 2006.
  2. ^ Clay, Chris (15 November 2006). "Radio host enjoys 10 years of talk". The Mississauga News. Retrieved 25 November 2006.[dead link]
  3. ^ Ontario Library Review, Volume 66, Issue 2 (1982). p. 52.
  4. ^ Comedy Album of the Year. Juno Awards.
  5. ^ "The real story on Ted Woloshyn's departure from CFRB". Toronto Sun. 23 August 2009. Retrieved 31 December 2011.
  6. ^ Woloshyn, Ted (4 November 2011). "I have history with the Sun". Toronto Sun. Retrieved 31 December 2011.

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