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J. Lyman Potts, a pioneer in Canadian Broadcasting

J. Lyman Potts has passed away at the age of 102. He was a pioneer in Canadian Broadcasting and oversaw the Canadian Talent Library which merged with FACTOR in 1985. Potts began his broadcasting career in 1935 and has contributed to the industry invaluably through various roles since then. In 2016 the Ontario Association of Broadcasters presented him with a Broadcast Order of Achievement that congratulated him on his 100th birthday and on the longest career in broadcasting. We value his contributions and role in helping FACTOR succeed. Our condolences to his family and friends.

Read more about J. Lyman Potts here.