Clay Young Resigns from CJOB

Clay Young

Winnipeg radio news broadcaster Clay Young resigned from CJOB on Wednesday.

Young will assume the role of news director at CKLQ in Brandon starting in January, he told ChrisD.ca late today.

Young was at the Information Superstation for just over four years.

Prior to CJOB, Young worked in several other areas of local media, including as a news anchor on the former MTN TV station (now Citytv) in the 1990s.

His resume also includes eight years at CTV (then CKY), CHUM Radio, Newcap Radio, and a four-year stint in Thunder Bay.

— Staff

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