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9983 These older segments of the population are today still largely ignored even though they are the fastest-growing demographic in the GTA and in the country and will only get bigger over the coming years as 1,000 Boomers a day turn 65 every day for the next 20 years.
9984 There are currently about 800,000 people over the age of 65 in the Toronto GTA, or 13 percent of the population.
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As a result of his extensive career at Citytv, CHUM Limited and MZ Media Inc., Dan understands the Toronto advertising market very well.
For over 25 years Dan has worked in sales and sales management at all levels of radio and television, including local, regional and national.9969 - and to John's right is Libby Znaimer, Vice-President of News and Information for AM 740 and Classical 96.3 FM.Libby has three decades front-line reporting experience in Canada, the U. and the Middle East with Reuters, NBC, Global and Citytv.She is unable, however, to receive our station signal in her home due to signal interference. 9978 First, we want to preserve the 3 share our unique service to older Torontonians currently enjoys.We are not talking about a prospective audience but an actual and substantial one amounting to a weekly reach of 620,000 listeners.