Monday, December 2, 2013

Jerry Agar

Jerry Agar grew up in Manitoba, Canada and started his radio career as an all-night disc jockey in Dauphin, Manitoba. When he married an American and moved to the United States, he continued his radio career with a show in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Later, in Chicago, he worked on WLS in the morning, while doing an evening show for WABC in New York City from studios in Chicago.

Presently, Jerry is the morning host on Canada's largest talk radio station, Newstalk 1010 Toronto.

Jerry is also a regular Tuesday columnist for the Toronto Sun newspaper, and occasionally appears as a current affairs commentator on various television shows.

He was Senior Multimedia Fellow for the think tank, The Illinois Policy Institute. He has been a substitute host on G. Gordon Liddy's satellite radio show, as well as Mark Levin's radio show, and is a substitute host on The Source with Ezra Levant.

Photograph copyright Larry F. Levenson. All rights reserved.

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