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The Bro Jake Show


Monday – Friday, 6am-10pm


Bro Jake Edwards, also known as the Bro, has been a Canadian radio icon over a span of four decades. He began proving his radio chops in the Maritimes back in the 70’s and has called Vancouver home since the mid-90’s where he remains a staple in morning radio entertainment. Bro Jake is renowned for his bombastic and humorous takes on entertainment, every-day life, current-events and of course sports. He is celebrated for the fictional character “The Champ,” a retired boxer going through life misunderstanding comments directed his way or towards his wife as being personal affronts, forcing the Champ to lose it and unleash thunderous boxing combos on unsuspecting commentators.


David Pratt, Bro Jake’s co-host in the morning, does not need much introduction to the Vancouver sports market as he’s been stirring the proverbial pot for over 30 years, pleasing and angering fans and detractors alike. Known for his successful run at the TEAM 1040 in the afternoons with Don Taylor and on TV as host of Last Call on TSN, Pratt’s experience on multiple sports media platforms brings unique and pointed commentary to the Bro Jake Show. Just don’t ask him about cougars and leather pants, for your own safety.



Sekeres & Price


Monday – Friday, 10am-2pm


Matt Sekeres began a new chapter in his broadcast career as co-host of the Sekeres & Price Midday Show on TSN 1040. Formerly the The Globe and Mail’s national sports correspondent in Vancouver, Matt has plenty of experience covering the NHL’s Canucks, the CFL’s Lions, MLS’s Whitecaps, and the British Columbia sports scene. Born in Montreal and raised primarily in Ottawa, Matt has worked for three dailies and for TSN, covering Stanley Cup playoffs, Super Bowls, Olympic Games, Grey Cups and NBA Finals. He moved to Kitsilano, Canada’s best neighbourhood, in 2007, and enjoys travelling, music, entertaining and scuba diving in his spare time.


Blake Price joins Matt Sekeres from 11am to 1pm each day in the Midday Show, bringing his vast experience to show for 2 hours of dedicated sports/Canucks talk. Blake was born in Winnipeg and raised a Jets fan (which explains a lot), but after spending 13 of the last 17 years in Vancouver (and losing the Jets), he now considers the Canucks his hometown team. TSN Radio is Blake’s second tour of duty in talk radio, after spending nearly 3 years at the defunct MOJO Sports Radio. Before that, he spent a downright chilly winter working on TV in Saskatoon, a year on Sportspage in Vancouver, and then 3 years in Toronto working for TSN. And he continues to spout off on TV, working with CTV Sports and TSN. Along with his time in the Midday Show, Blake continues his role as the Pre & Post Game host for the Vancouver Canucks Broadcasts on TSN 1040.



B-Mac, Taylor and The Moj


Monday – Friday, 2pm-6pm


Barry Macdonald, otherwise known as B-Mac, is one of the foremost and highly respected sports personalities in Vancouver. Originally from Kamloops, Barry started his career as a broadcaster in Williams Lake fresh out of University. His talent for getting into the heart of the action and his enthusiasm for sports, brings life to the game for the listener. “I love what I do, and feel fortunate to be doing it,” says Macdonald. “I’m a BC guy, and I love to tell BC stories.” B-Mac joins longtime friend and fellow Sports Page alum Don Taylor in the broadcast studio for the TSN 1040 Afternoon Show, weekdays 2pm-6pm.

Here’s a new one: A frustrated athlete-turned sportscaster. Loved hockey, loved lacrosse, loved football…pathetic at all of ‘em. As a result, Don Taylor went into a shell. Literally.  At the age of seven, he found a large clamshell on a Stanley Park beach and lived inside of it for several months. To this day, the combination of lemon juice and butter makes him nervous. However, his love for sports endured. Don turned to broadcasting with the hopes of becoming a sports reporter. He attended Phil Swenson’s Jock Talk College. From there it was on to local television and radio in Red Deer and then Vancouver. Now Taylor, synonymous with sports in Vancouver, has covered all aspects of the local sports scene for over 20 years, on both television and radio.   After a long career as anchor of Rogers Sportsnet Pacific’s top-rated Sportsnet News program, Don Taylor made the move to radio full time in September 2014.



Bob "The Moj" Marjanovich returned to TEAM 1040 in 2006, hosting the still running ‘Sports Saturday’ show with good buddy and former CFL footballer Chris Burners.  Moj also plays a large role in the BC Lions broadcasts on TSN 1040, hosting all Pre & Post-Game coverage.  In January 2012, Moj added the evening slot on TSN 1040 to his list of hosting duties. Hear him live each non-Canucks game night from 6pm-9pm on TSN 1040!

Moj’s weekday evening show on TSN 1040 from 6-9pm can also be heard live around the province on the following stations:



Scott Rintoul


Monday-Friday, 9pm-12am


Scott moves from the mornings to a later time slot as host of the evening show on TSN 1040 from 9pm until midnight, wrapping up the news of the day in the world of sports.

Scott's show can also be heard live around the province on the following stations:



The Sport Market


Saturdays, 7am-11am


The Sport Market on TSN 1040 is a dynamic new program featuring sport business news, stories and trends. Join Tom Mayenknecht every Saturday from 7am – 11am for an in-depth look at the “business” of the sport industry.

The Sport Market will feature leading sport executives, sport broadcasters, sport media and sport business analysts in a fast-paced talk format, with entertaining features and informative segments on the topics of the day.