Judy Waytiuk


Judy Waytiuk

Judy Waytiuk is currently a freelance writer based in Winnipeg, Canada.

She began her journalism career at the Winnipeg Free Press, as agriculture reporter, general reporter and business writer.

After the "Free Press", she joined CBC Television in Winnipeg as a morning television co-host, then spent two years in Toronto as co-host and producer for the short-lived national business program "MoneyMakers". She returned to Winnipeg in 1978 to host the CBC regional current affairs weekly program "Points West", and moved onto CBWT's "24Hours" as reporter in 1979.

In 1987 she joined CKND to "assume responsibility for TV news and current affairs programming".

After leaving television news in 1994, Judy became a freelance journalist, writing for several magazines. She specializes in story/photo packages covering aspects of Canadian social geography, history, and culture.

External links

* [http://www.mts.net/~wordsink/biog.htm Judy's website - Biography]
* [http://www.medialin.com/jwmeet.html MediaLink - Judy Waytiuk]
* [http://archives.cbc.ca/IDC-1-73-199-1001-10/politics_economy/paper_fight_manitoba/ CBC Archive - July 30, 1980 Paper fight in the Manitoba legislature]


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