Greg Morgan always dreamed of someday being on CJME.
Growing up in the Rosemont neighbourhood, Greg’s parents had CJME playing on the radio 24/7. He grew to love radio and stints in places like Meadow Lake, North Battleford, and Lloydminster, Greg worked his way back to Regina and the afternoon show on CJME.
After several years, Greg left for other opportunities, including STV, (now Global), where he was the weatherman for 10 years. For a change of pace, Greg worked in private business before winding up back in radio. He’s now come full circle, back home at 980 CJME where it all began.
Now a father of two amazing daughters, Greg is thrilled to be waking Regina up with the days big stories, as well as a bit of fun and a smile. He says the only thing that could have made his return to CJME better is if his dad were still alive to hear him back on the station that he first introduced him to all those years ago.
Andrew has been a broadcaster for almost 30 years, pretty much working every job in radio possible from DJ to news anchor.
“I wanted to be a sports guy,” Andrew says, “But I found a passion for news, both as a reporter and news anchor.”
Warren ‘Woodsy’ Woods has spent over 40 years in broadcasting. He started out as a Top 40 radio DJ before moving on to TV sports. After nearly 26 years at Global Television, Woodsy moved to Rawlco Radio, where he serves as the CJME morning sports announcer as well as a contributor to the Green Zone.
After so many years in sports broadcasting he has had the chance to cover events from Grey Cup games and briers to World Curling Championships and World Junior Hockey championships. Woodsy likes to golf in the summer and curl in the winter (though he’s not very good at either).
He also tries to travel to the Okanagan as often as possible to see his two grandkids to spoil them rotten.