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Pat Siedlecki is the News Director at CJOC and Play-by-Play Voice of the Lethbridge Hurricanes. Pat hails from Foam Lake, SK. He's been in radio since 1997 and attended Western Academy Broadcasting College in Saskatoon. Before moving to Lethbridge in 2007, Pat spent 10 years on Vancouver Island reading news and calling hockey games for the Alberni Valley Bulldogs and Nanaimo Clippers. Pat has two children, Larissa and Nikolas.  Find Pat on Twitter @radiopat258


Tina Giesbrecht is the Associate News Director at 94.1 CJOC as well as an anchor & reporter. She grew up in small-town central Alberta and graduated from the Communication Arts program at Lethbridge College in 2005. From there Tina moved to Whitecourt, Alberta where she helped launch a new country station, XM105. She moved back to Lethbridge in 2007 to join the newly-launched CJOC. Tina is married to CJOC afternoon drive announcer Jordan Karst. Find Tina on Twitter @Tina_Giesbrecht

Bryan Jeannotte is CJOC's Senior Reporter. With 30-plus years broadcasting experience, Bryan covers Court and City Hall as well as breaking local news. He also covers Bulls Baseball in the summer months. Besides his duties at CJOC, Bryan is also public address announcer for high School and bantam football as well as supervisor for mixed martial arts fight cards and professional wrestling as Chairman of the Lethbridge Combative Sports Commission.


Veryl Todd is the veteran of the CJOC News Team. He's spent most of his career here in Lethbridge, but with stops in the "big leagues" in Calgary and Vancouver. Veryl helped launch CJOC in 2007 as Morning Anchor and Co-Host. In Spring of 2010, he stepped back into "semi retirement" and now hosts Veryl's Viewpoint weekdays at 8:40AM and 3:40PM expressing his opinion on local issues in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. Veryl is also a former Lethbridge College Instructor.

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