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Paul Houdy wants his brother Pierre as a collaborator

Paul Houdy wants his brother Pierre as a collaborator

Last week, we learned of BPM Sports’ schedule for the upcoming broadcast season. This ensured that Paul Hood would take the ushers for the morning show, from 6 am to 9 am.

Remember, Gilbert Delorme will be alongside Paul Howdy, who hosted the weekend sports radio show for a year.

Will Gilbert Delorme play an important role alongside Paul Hood? We hope that yes, it is the one that has been popular with station listeners for years.

but in light Text by Catherine Harvey Benard (La Presse) on this topicWe hope it’s not just a collaborator.

Among the collaborators, listeners can expect to hear from, among others, his partner Kathryn Hoyt for the last 17 years. There will be the “primary” Gilbert Delorme. Ray Lalonde, whom he considers “like a brother”. and Regian Tremblay, “Another Indestructible.” – Kathryn Harvey Benard

Moreover, among the other collaborators who could also be added to the morning show, we note a name that is curious on several levels, that of Pierre Houde.

Pierre Houde is apparently the brother of Paul Houde and is the voice of the Canadian in RDS. A full duo would go back to the Canadian games or talk about F1, for example.

Remember, Pierre Hoody was actually an RNC radio collaborator. At the time of 91.9 Sports he notably made records with LP Guy and Gilbert Delorme, specifically.

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He also spoke with Stefan Gonzalez, who is back on radio this year.

Hearing the two brothers together would certainly be a good reason to turn on the radio to hear the morning program, which after a more difficult year in the morning will want to increase its numbers.

Paul Howdy also admits to putting a lot of pressure on himself to be able to get there.

However, it will not be easy for him. After all, he didn’t necessarily want to become one morning man From the radio due to the fact that it is not always easy to get up early – Especially in the winter.

Why before?

I wanted to help them. – Paul Howdy

But the 68-year-old is clearly not a long-term fix for the morning slot. He’s planning for two years to reach the 50 years of radio he talks about so much, but in a perfect world, he wouldn’t necessarily do more.

He claims it took several weeks (three, in fact) before the offer was accepted on his table.

He will be 70 years old when he reaches 50 years of work. We can already assume that he won’t be able/want to get up in the middle of the night sometime in the future.

This means that in two years, everything will have to start over for the station to find its way morning man.

Will she have to put up with a long-term solution or not? After all, in a world where almost everyone in the sports media is wallowing, thinking long term isn’t always easy.

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but good. In the short term, we’ll see if Paul Houde can offer the station what it needs. To appear in just under two weeks when the station’s new radio season kicks off.

a lot of

– maybe.

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– Did CH have a summer to your liking?

With him, it’s all or nothing.

– good news.