Come for a good time, stay for a long time: Randy Snow & Stephanie O’Brien provide the fun & more
Randy Snow and Stephanie O’Brien have something special. They joke. They tease. But they also have one another’s back. Their radio magic wouldn’t be what it is otherwise.
The OZFM team celebrate an incredible milestone while thanking listeners throughout the province for making them number one
Jay Lawrence, Station Manager/Program Director at OZFM, has much to be thankful for, but high on the list at the moment? The fact that his team is number one in the
Embrace ‘Staycation 2021’ on The Rock with NTV’s Becky Daley and Noah Perchard, hitting the road as the all-new OZFM Staycation Summer team
As the COVID-19 pandemic rolls on, Newfoundlanders and Labradorians have learned to embrace the little things. The smell of the saltwater, the sights of the changing
Written By: Scott Stirling
My Dad, Geoff Stirling, started The Newfoundland Herald in 1946 right after World War II, as a Sunday paper called The Sunday Herald. Joey Smallwood had just tried his own hand at publishing, but his political newspaper couldn’t make a go of it financially, so he sold
Sharon Snow is one of NTV’s most dynamic employees — a force in the boardroom and star in front of the camera
It’s been almost three decades since she arrived at NTV – bringing talent, grace and enthusiasm to a career that continues to evolve.
OZFM is bringing the nostalgia with the best tunes of yesterday and the hits of today, complete with lineup shuffles and the return of a household name
We’re going back to OZ folks! Nostalgia is the name of the game as the station that changed the way Newfoundlanders and Labradorians
In this touching, powerful one-on-one, an emotional Sharon Snow shares what it’s like to reach half a century while reflecting on life, family, and her 27 years with Newfoundland Broadcasting
Sharon Snow had big shoes to fill the evening of January 14. Filling in for NTV’s chief Meteorologist Eddie Sheerr
OZFM’s Danielle Butt talks the history of Jigs & Reels, the beloved program’s wide-reaching audience, and getting primed for Paddy’s festivities
Danielle Butt is a well-known name amongst any household across the province, and even in homes across the rest of the country and abroad. Having dedicated the past
The Herald’s Q&A
Hugh, Stephen and Stephanie of the OZFM Rush give us a rundown of radio life, the station’s devoted fanbase and their own personal playlists.
Q: Talk about the chemistry in the group. You guys seem really tight knit and bounce off of each others