Much Music, one of the first Canadian specialty channels, emerged from the vision of two trailblazing individuals, Moses Znaimer and John Martin. With limited resources but boundless creativity, they created a cultural phenomenon that captured Canadians’ hearts and took on America’s MTV.
Tony Chapman returns to 299 Queen Street West, where it all came together, to sit down with two of Much Music’s iconic VJs, Erica Ehm and Rick Campanelli.
Erica takes listeners on a nostalgic journey, recounting what it was like to interview legendary figures like Kurt Cobain in the early days and how her experiences enabled her to become a successful entrepreneur. Meanwhile, Rick shares the remarkable journey of getting his dream job through a contest and evolving that into a phenomenal broadcasting career.
Together, Erica and Rick transport listeners back to an era when Canadian content and Much Music were at the forefront of a cultural revolution. Don’t miss this captivating episode that delves into the birth of a Canadian cultural institution, leaving an indelible mark on the world of music and television.
Marketing Hall of Legends and Canadian Marketing and PR Hall of Fame inductee Tony Chapman hosts Chatter That Matters. Each week, Tony shares a story of someone who overcomes circumstances to chase their dreams and change their world and ours for the better.
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