Judy Haladay was CITY's medical reporter. Multiple Access advised the Founders to find a new partner. The U. S. was planning to allocate the top portion of the UHF band for CB radio use. Her cute smile can dazzle any men and her blonde hair is recognized by everyone in the world who are interested in journalism. Anchors - Ben Chin, Mark Daily, Laura Di Batista, Gord Martineau, Anne Mroczkowski. On February 22, Multiple Access Ltd. was permitted to acquire more shares of Channel Seventy-Nine Ltd. as part of a financing arrangement. Anne Mroczkowski is a Canadian TV news anchor and reporter. Sports: Jim McKenny, Debbie Van Kiekebelt. Entertainment - Jeanne Beker. CITY applied to the CRTC to expand its viewing area to western Ontario.

GM Dennis Fitzgerald said CITY, licensed to be a distinctly local service for Toronto, had been successful in other areas when carried on cable. CITY installed a new transmitter on the CN Tower. Studios were in the former Electric Circus Nightclub at 99 Queen Street East and the transmitter and 403 foot tower were located at Yonge and Eglinton. The Founders group would be responsible for programming and CHUM would be responsible for sales and financing. Dini Petty was a news anchor at this time. Anne was the one who explored the profession of presenting news from a different perspective. It was most unlikely the CRTC would permit Baton, owner of CFTO-TV in Toronto, to have an interest in a second TV station in the market, so CHUM stepped in and announced plans to buy MA's shares in CITY. CITY-DT Toronto would operate at reduced power until December 31. Much information on her personal life is missing at this time. CITY now had two weather cameras on the CN Tower. On cable, the station can be seen on Shaw Cable and MTS TV channel 12. Directed by remote control, the cameras gave live views of the skies and incoming weather. On January 23, the CRTC approved the application to amend the licence for CITY-TV by adding to the licence the following condition of licence: In addition to the 12 minutes of advertising material permitted by subsection 11(1) of the Television Broadcasting Regulations, 1987, the licensee may broadcast more than 12 minutes of advertising material in any clock hour in a broadcast day, in order to broadcast infomercials as defined in Public Notice CRTC 1994-139 and in accordance with the criteria contained in that public notice, as amended. In Ontario, the program was branded The Morning Show, with local variations being produced on Global Toronto, CKWS Kingston, and CHEX Peterborough, before they too adopted the Global News Morning branding. She did her graduation in journalism at the Carlton University and Niagara College. Pamela Wallin, is a Canadian senator, former television journalist, and diplomat. In July, CITY switched from channel 79 to channel 57. Citytv launched its Video Mobile App for Android. On November 22, the CRTC approved the transfer of effective control of CHUM Limited from Mr. Allan Waters to his estate, following his death in December 2005. Taking over was Ron Waters (Allan's son), VP/GM of CKVR-TV Barrie and station manager of MuchMusic. News anchor Mark Dailey passed away December 6 after a long battle with cancer. Citytv videographer Bill Atanasoff was in hospital with life-threatening injuries after being hit by a car while working on the scene of a police investigation. It was later known as the Ryerson Press, named in honour of Egerton Ryerson, a Methodist Minister. The transmitters would be located at Woodstock (channel 31 with effective radiated power of 8,831 watts), Brantford (channel 34, 4,379 watts), St. Thomas (channel 64 with 4,973 watts) and Stratford (channel 44 with 8,832 watts). Jay Nelson left CITY for CKFM-FM. On January 9, 2003, CITY was granted a transitional digital TV licence.

The final distribution of common shares for CITY would be: CHUM Ltd. 67.2% Founders Group 28.2%, Employee group (James West, Fred Klinkhammer) 4.6%. She commenced her career as a journalist at Global Television and further moved to CityNews which was earlier called as City Pulse. President Moses Znaimer estimated technical costs alone at $600,000 for the channel change. The commission may be forced to establish a definite policy on limiting such holdings. Entertainment - Lance Chilton, Glen Baxter, Claudia Difolco, Traci MelchorReporters - Ben Chin, Bob Hunter, David Onley, Colin Vaughan, Laura Di Batista, John Thornton (AE), Kevin Frankish, Emilio Carpino, Avi Lewis, Peter Silverman. Anne’s marriage life was not successful. The senior person at Citytv was Tina Cortese, Vice President News and Executive Producer. Catch up on favourites including Modern Family, Murphy Brown and more. Martin, a CBC producer before joining CITY in 1979, created The New Music and helped launch MuchMusic/Musique Plus. He was replaced by Denise Donlon, host of CITY's The New Music. Anne Mroczkowski is a former Canadian TV reporter and news anchor, primarily in the area of Toronto, Ontario.