Paul Ferguson

Program Director at 95.5 Hits FM

Paul Ferguson

Paul Ferguson

Program Director at 95.5 Hits FM

Biography

Cobourg native Paul Ferguson is a three-time consecutive winner of the Canadian Country Music Association’s Music Director of the Year (Medium or Small Market) Award. He was most recently presented the Award in September 2016. Mr. Ferguson is a 1995 Loyalist Radio Broadcasting graduate and the Program Director at Belleville’s country music station Cool 100.1 FM and 95.5 Hits FM. Mr. Ferguson was elected to the Board of Directors of the Canadian Country Music Association in September 2016 and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation. He supports Loyalist and its students as a member of the Radio Broadcasting Program Advisory Committee and recently participated in a special event on campus celebrating the 25th anniversary of the program.

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Music Programmer, Folk Roots at Stingray Digital Group, Inc.

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Vice President at Sakamoto Entertainment

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Head of Nielsen Music Canada at Nielsen Holdings Plc

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Vice President, Marketing at Universal Music Group Nashville

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President at Warner Music Canada Co.

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Booking Agent at The Feldman Agency

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Judge, East Region at Ontario Superior Court of Justice

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Former Co-Host, Breakfast Television at CKVU TV

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President at MDM Recordings, Inc.

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Owner at Principle Projects Label Services

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Paul Ferguson
Program Director at 95.5 Hits FM
Education
Radio Broadcasting
Class of 1995

The original, enduring Loyalist Pioneers settled along the northern, serene shores of Lake Ontario and built prominent communities across eastern Ontario. Like its namesake, Loyalist College is recognized for its strong, pioneering presence, community resolve, determination and forward-thinking leaders. Loyalist College officially opened its doors in 1967 in a local high school and by 1968 had a permanent home along Wallbridge-Loyalist Road. Two years later, the demand for more space and resourceful teaching led to the construction of the Lennox and Addington Wing to house the School of Technology and Retraining. By 1985, further additions to both the building and College curriculum included innovative programs such as Photojournalism, Television Broadcasting and Health Sciences, and also witnessed a vital linking of the First Nations Technical Institute of Tyendinaga. Loyalist has continued to improve and grow, adding more ground-breaking programs. We’ve added new residences to accommodate not only Canadian students, but an increasing number of international students. The demand for more skilled trades workers inspired an additional expansion in 2010-11 with the construction of the Bay of Quinte Skills Centre. This state-of-the-art 121,800-square foot facility was built with a $16.6 million investment from the provincial and federal governments. Thanks in large part to all these great advances, Loyalist College proudly claims an impressive 96% from Loyalist graduates who would recommend the College to their peers! Loyalist continues to strive for these impressive standings and now ranks among the top colleges in Canada. Today, the Loyalist name prominently graces the doors at Loyalist College and continues to grow, improve and lead the way for post-secondary education.

Career History
Program Director
Current
Program & Music Director
Current
Boards & Committees
Member, Board of Directors
2016 - Current
Member, Radio Broadcasting Program Advisory Committee
Current

The original, enduring Loyalist Pioneers settled along the northern, serene shores of Lake Ontario and built prominent communities across eastern Ontario. Like its namesake, Loyalist College is recognized for its strong, pioneering presence, community resolve, determination and forward-thinking leaders. Loyalist College officially opened its doors in 1967 in a local high school and by 1968 had a permanent home along Wallbridge-Loyalist Road. Two years later, the demand for more space and resourceful teaching led to the construction of the Lennox and Addington Wing to house the School of Technology and Retraining. By 1985, further additions to both the building and College curriculum included innovative programs such as Photojournalism, Television Broadcasting and Health Sciences, and also witnessed a vital linking of the First Nations Technical Institute of Tyendinaga. Loyalist has continued to improve and grow, adding more ground-breaking programs. We’ve added new residences to accommodate not only Canadian students, but an increasing number of international students. The demand for more skilled trades workers inspired an additional expansion in 2010-11 with the construction of the Bay of Quinte Skills Centre. This state-of-the-art 121,800-square foot facility was built with a $16.6 million investment from the provincial and federal governments. Thanks in large part to all these great advances, Loyalist College proudly claims an impressive 96% from Loyalist graduates who would recommend the College to their peers! Loyalist continues to strive for these impressive standings and now ranks among the top colleges in Canada. Today, the Loyalist name prominently graces the doors at Loyalist College and continues to grow, improve and lead the way for post-secondary education.

Member, Board of Directors
Current
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