Rod KitterMoo CrewRod was born in Saskatoon about the time they put the river through. He attended Prince Philip Elementary, Walter Murray High School, and a brief stint at the Collage of Engineering at the U of S. When asked why he left ,his reply was simple...One of us had to go and they were here first.
Rod is one of Saskatchewan's longest running radio broadcasters with over 31 years on the air and looks forward to every morning because " It's a new toy everyday! "c
I am a sports fanatic! I broadcasted the Saskatoon Blades for nine seasons, as colour commentator upon moving to Saskatoon, and I follow the Vancouver Canucks to the point where I cannot sleep the night before their play-off games.
In the summer you will find me on a golf course, playing ball or cheering on the Saskatchewan Roughriders...
I have a beautiful wife Kathryn and two amazing boys Will and Alex, who are teaching me new things every day!
The best part of my job is waking up Saskatchewan every morning with a cup of coffee, a smile, and some of the world's greatest music. (Oh yeah and news on the latest big win for the Canucks or Riders... here's hoping anyways.)
Talk to you on the radio soon!
Jay Richards10a - 2pCJWW's Midday Host, Music Director, and host of "Made In Canada". Call, write, or email in your favourites to Jay on the "Country Lunch" Request Show 11am-1pm Monday to Friday. Listen for "On The Air" weekdays at 10:25am when a special guest joins me with a product for your lifestyle. Wednesdays at noon Agriculture Director Neil Billinger joins the show with "Let's Talk Agriculture". As Music Director I ask you to please become a member of CJWW's Country Club, with the Most Wanted music panel giving you the opportunity to tell me what you like, what you don't, and what you want more of! Sunday evenings at 5pm "Made In Canada" has Canada's country music makers on Saskatchewan's Most Listened To Radio Station. Rising stars, superstars, and our special brand of country music made right here at home! I'm a husband, father, and proud prairie son.
My radio career started in St. Paul, AB then continued to Fort Nelson, BC...Athabasca, AB...Dawson Creek, BC and now Saskatoon!
You know, it doesn't matter what day of the year it is, yes even Christmas...somebody in the world does something stupid (most of the time it's criminals). I enjoy sharing these stories with you and award somebody "The Bonehead of the Day" weekdays at 2:50pm (Please do me a favor and never win this award) Then comes the 3 o'clock Stampede as we charge toward the "Drive Home Show!" The "Drive Show" consists of your favorite country music, up-to-date traffic, the Drive Home Flashback and more times than not...free stuff to giveaway!
Sharon JacobsEvenings & WeekendsI got into radio in 1990 and have never looked back! I love what I do and love meeting people. Going to festivals and such keeps me a bit busy. I also like to chat with my listeners when they call into my "Call For Country Show" I find it very interesting to hear what's going on in their world. I get requests from all over the world via the internet. When I'm not doing that, I spend my time with my children and grandchildren. These are my favorite things to do. Family and music. Perfect!!
People call me "Snacks" maybe cuz I keep our station vending machine in bussiness!(note to self) Remind the one who puts the candy in the machine to keep lot's of "Big Turk" chocolate bars in the machine....
A little about myself...born and raised in Calgary, first radio job was in Powell River, BC where I actually lost an Ian Tyson CD in the CD player! Then I was a Chef in Calgary for a number of years at "The Unicorn Pub" for the Irish Rovers where I assured the food and yes the drinks "beer" were the best quality! Then, I found myself back in radio in Regina at CKRM, where I was groomed to be a Rider Fan and also worked at a Rock and Soft Rock station before making the move to Saskatoon. I have a lovely wife, a step son (who is all grown up and living on his own now) and 2 beautiful daughters. Let me tell you, being the only male in a home with 3 girls can be a challange! When it comes to marriage, I've learned to keep a strong marriage by following my wife's rule "do you want to be right, or do you want to be married!"
I host "Call For Country" Thursday and Friday evening, where you can request your favorite songs. Then on Saturday evening, we have a lot of fun on the "Old Tyme Dance Party" where we have your Polkas, Waltz's, Ukrainian, Fiddle, and Novelty songs. (I'm still trying to master the jig...and from time to time I hurt my back with all the dancing) Then on Sunday night, join me for a very inspirational evening with "The Country Gospel Show."
Tune in and you will find out all the latest news on your favourite Country artists. I enjoy keeping up to date on all the goings on in Country music...alright the gossip.
From June to November life is all about the greatest game around. THE CFL! I bleed green and look forward to cheering the boys on throughout the season. GO RIDERS GO!
Movies , Concerts, the Theatre, travel and Hot Yoga are some of my other loves. In the summer I also love to Golf and am proud to be a part of the Lupus SK Golf Tournament Committee. Hope to see you out on the course. If you see a club wrapped around a tree it just might be mine.
Greg DanielsNightsMy life has followed the Hollywood favorite storyline of rags to riches, just without the rags and the riches. I grew up on a farm just outside of Saskatoon near Vanscoy. As a youngster I always enjoyed radio and spent a lot of time with a tape recorder making my own radio shows plus I have always loved music so it seemed like radio would be the career for me. I got into radio in 2007, which included a year stint in Alberta, but was fortunate enough to get back to Saskatoon in the fall of 2008 with CJWW.I am a huge sports guy, but usually baffle people when they find out who my favorite teams are. Especially in the NHL where I am a die hard Florida Panthers fan! In the NFL the Jacksonville Jaguars...I know right I should live in Florida! In the CFL however nothing unusual here, obviously its the Riders!Other then following sports all year long, I do the best I can to have fun, keep busy and spend time with family.