Archive for May, 2016

Vocal ID

Lisa
Today, details about a relatively new opportunity to give back, via voice-over.  Continue reading

Broadcasting Pet Peeves

Lisa
I hope you’ll add to this list. Some of these things are a little “inside” but some are recognizable to radio listeners who have no knowledge of what goes on behind the scenes.  Continue reading

Dinner Conversation

Lisa
Friends are seated in a restaurant, looking over the menu.  Continue reading

Throwback Thursday – Wilma and Betty Do Bayfield

Lisa
You know those times you lost your mind with laughter and had a difficult time stopping? That happened on the Main Street in Bayfield six years ago with my friend Laurie. Passersby must have thought we were drunk in the middle... Continue reading

Your Wedding, Your Way

Lisa
It’s not really fair to compare our Las Vegas wedding to a wedding with invitations and guests and centrepieces, except that we were ahead of the trend on something important: customization. These days, brides and grooms are realizing that they... Continue reading

A DJ’s Spin

Lisa
I first met Dick Williams when I was working at 1039 FM here in London. His son, DJ, was the station’s Sales Manager and Dad had dropped by before joining him for lunch. Dick is a broadcasting legend in this... Continue reading

Vicky’s Big Day

Lisa
Happy Birthday Queen Victoria!  Continue reading

Our Crate Creation – From Lisa’s Pieces

Lisa
Derek has becoming quite the crate-ive genius at working with reclaimed wood and I’m posting little stories about what goes on behind the scenes under SHOP on this website, where Lisa’s Pieces lives. This is the story of the crates... Continue reading

Throwback Thursday – Prime Time Television

Lisa
It wasn’t the golden age of television, but it’s an age that no longer exists. CKNX-TV in Wingham used to create original programming and host its own newscasts and commercials. It was a “thing”. And when I worked there, from... Continue reading

Separation is a Good Thing

Lisa
When it comes to recyclables! People have told me I’m a fool for sorting my plastics/cans apart from my paper/cardboard because the pick-up guys merely throw it all into the same truck. Not content to just assume, we invited the city’s head... Continue reading