Phone: 647.691.5439 Ext. 1007
Amos Scott created Adze Studios Inc to house his various adventures in filmmaking, television producing and photography.
The company has evolved to help organizations and businesses produce high quality HD videos and digital content for web, presentations and marketing.
Amos started his career in journalism working for CKLB, CBC North and APTN National News. He has travelled the North extensively and loves working with smaller communities in the NWT.
Check out the blog for latest projects and adventures at Adze Studios.
Melinda Trochu is an independent multimedia journalist from France who moved to Yellowknife recently. She has worked and lived in France, Lebanon and Australia. She is currently the News & Current Affairs Director at CKLB.
Ashley Anthony is the host of Denendeh Sunrise, CKLB’s morning show that airs from 5:30 to 8:30 Monday to Friday. Ashley is a graduate from Durham College’s Print and Broadcast Journalism program and lives for life on the air waves. As a Jack of all trades, Ashley gets her hands in as much as she can when it comes to media and production. She moved up from Ontario with her husband and two toddlers and loves basking in the beauty that is the NWT. Proud to now call Yellowknife her home, when she’s not on air she is Momming, writing or taking in adventures on the land. Tune in to Denendeh Sunrise to hear more from Ashley and her crazy, non-stop life.
News Reporter | Host
Brandon Maher is a feature reporter with CKLB who comes from the muggy-air filled streets of Cambridge, Ontario. A graduate of the Radio, Television and Film program at Niagara College, Brandon has also worked with Rogers TV in Kitchener and Shaw TV in Calgary. For questions, concerns and story ideas contact Brandon at 867-446-6417.
Work phone: (647) 691-5446
Cell phone: (867) 446-0144
Josh Campbell has returned to the CKLB News Team. He worked as a sports writer in New Brunswick, prior to graduating from Loyalist College in Mohawk Territory near Belleville, Ontario. Between journalistic duties in the NWT and Yukon, Campbell was a speechwriter for former NWT MP Dennis Bevington, and Sahtu MLA Norman Yakeleya.
Judi Kochon is the host for Denewa Kede and is a CBC retiree with over 30 years’ experience in the broadcast industry. Judi was part of the team that helped get aboriginal language programming on the air for the first time in the NWT with her show Duhogah on CBC. She hails from Fort Good Hope and represents the Sahtu on CKLB airwaves. Tune in to her show Monday to Friday from 2:30-4 PM. Have a story to share? Give her a call at (867) 446-0108.
Evelyne Parry delivers for the latest news and update of community events in the Gwich’in Region on her program Dinjih Zhuu Jukdrin in Tetlit Gwich’in. She originally hails from Fort McPherson and is on the airwaves from Monday to Friday 10-11:30 AM. Join in the conversation with Evelyne by calling the toll free CKLB number at 1-867-966-2552 or on her direct line at 867-446-0197. Cheers!
Eric Gargan (GOCHIA) was born and raised in Fort Providence. He is glad to this day that his father Baptiste Gargan and his mother Elise (Lesage) Gargan always thought it was important for them to speak their Dene language Deh Gah Got’ie (Home of the River People). He is a former CKLB broadcaster from 2001 and enjoys speaking in his Dene language and encouraging youth to speak it as well. Today, he asked parents of the Deh Gah Got’ie and all communities, to teach our young people to speak our Dene languages. Tune in with Deh Cho Talks Monday to Friday from 11:30-1 PM. Mahsi (GOCHIA)
Marie Rose Blackduck is the host for Tlicho Yati and is a CBC retiree with over 30 years’ experience in the broadcast industry. She hails from Behchoko and represents the Tlicho Nation on CKLB airwaves. Tune in to her show Monday to Friday from 1-2:30 PM. Have a story to share? Give her a call at (867) 446-0112.
It’s time to hear everything that’s happening in the Chipewyan regions of the Northwest Territory. Tony Buggins delivers the best in Chipewyan language programming and is the host for Denesuline Yati. He is a CBC retiree with over 30 years’ experience in the broadcast industry. Before hitting the CBC airwaves, Tony was the Editor for the Native Press and Director of Communications with Dene Nation. He is a musician with a passion for storytelling and broadcasts solely in Chipewyan for his uni-lingual elders. Tony hails from Fort Resolution. Join Tony on the airwaves Monday to Friday 8:30-10 AM. Contact Tony if you have any stories to share let him know at 867-446-0087.