Paul Arkand, the number one host of the Morning Show at 98.5, announced this morning that he would not be renewing his radio contract when it was completed in two years.
The 62-year-old host is in charge of the show Because you have to get up For 20 years, it wants to develop other projects, including documentaries and television projects.
The show is once again the most listened to radio show in Canada, according to the latest Numeris survey.
“I really want to thank you; It is very touching to know that you are there, ”the host explained, advising his superiors in Coca-Cola that he would leave his post in two years.
“Our discussions with Paul have been long overdue. He really warned us about his desire not to renew it by the time his contract expires in 2 years. Paul is a staple on the radio and we enjoy every moment with him. The rest will be announced in due course, ”Kogeko commented.
It’s time for a big start at 98.5. The announcement of Paul Arcandy’s departure in two years was added on June 19 to Paul Houd, who left the station after 15 years of loyal service, and Bernard Drainville, who recently announced that he would end his political term after 4 years. More than 1000 Chronicles – To return to politics under the CAQ colors.
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While his colleagues sang with him, it was just a farewell joke on Thursday morning show, Paul Arkand used the opportunity to set the record straight and put an end to his imminent departure rumors with a smile.
“One, I’m not dead, and second, I’m not leaving tomorrow afternoon. Anyway I said the same thing. “
More details will follow.