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The Strombo Show is a Canadian radio show hosted by George Stroumboulopoulos, which has aired since 2005. The show originated on Standard Broadcasting's CFRB in Toronto and CJAD in Montreal as a light-hearted news-oriented talk show. In November 2007, the show moved to the Corus network and the format changed, with a focus on music. The Strombo Show broadcast from 102.1 The Edge's Toronto studio and on other radio stations in the Corus Entertainment network, including CFOX-FM in Vancouver, Power 97 in Winnipeg, FM96 in London and Y108 in Hamilton. On the Corus network, the show aired for three hours on Sunday nights, combining music, celebrity guests and calls from listeners.

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  • The Strombo Show is a Canadian radio show hosted by George Stroumboulopoulos, which has aired since 2005. The show originated on Standard Broadcasting's CFRB in Toronto and CJAD in Montreal as a light-hearted news-oriented talk show. In November 2007, the show moved to the Corus network and the format changed, with a focus on music. The Strombo Show broadcast from 102.1 The Edge's Toronto studio and on other radio stations in the Corus Entertainment network, including CFOX-FM in Vancouver, Power 97 in Winnipeg, FM96 in London and Y108 in Hamilton. On the Corus network, the show aired for three hours on Sunday nights, combining music, celebrity guests and calls from listeners.
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  • The Strombo Show is a Canadian radio show hosted by George Stroumboulopoulos, which has aired since 2005. The show originated on Standard Broadcasting's CFRB in Toronto and CJAD in Montreal as a light-hearted news-oriented talk show. In November 2007, the show moved to the Corus network and the format changed, with a focus on music. The Strombo Show broadcast from 102.1 The Edge's Toronto studio and on other radio stations in the Corus Entertainment network, including CFOX-FM in Vancouver, Power 97 in Winnipeg, FM96 in London and Y108 in Hamilton. On the Corus network, the show aired for three hours on Sunday nights, combining music, celebrity guests and calls from listeners. The show moved to CBC Radio 2 in November 2009. In an interview with ChartAttack, Stroumboulopoulos acknowledged that being on a public radio network gives him more flexibility to choose music without genre limitations than the Corus version of his show, which aired on modern rock and active rock stations, did.
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