Authors Articles by Gordon Gibb

Articles by Gordon Gibb

Gordon Gibb
10 Articles
Gordon Gibb wears many hats: afternoon announcer on FRESHradio 100.5, morning announcer on, and PA announcer at the Peterborough Memorial Centre. As an author, he has published in major newspapers and magazines and currently writes for, a web portal based in Los Angeles. He has published three books: two on the life of Lester B. Pearson, and a book of essays. A novel is due in 2016. Gordon also operates, a freelance voiceover business. You can follow him on Twitter at @GordoGibbo.
When you're driving on Lansdowne Street East in Peterborough, it's impossible to miss Movingmedia's digital billboard at the Peterborough Memorial Centre. The company, known for its network of high-resolution outdoor video screens at strategic locations in the City of Peterborough (and expanding to other cities in the Kawarthas region), also provides indoor digital displays as well as creative ad design services, marketing consultation, and campaign development. (Photo: Bruce Head /

Peterborough’s Movingmedia Digital is a ‘sign’ of the times

The growing company leading the new era in brand awareness is proudly local .
International Jazz Day Peterborough is celebrating the 100th birthday of late legendary jazz pianist Thelonious Monk with a tribute concert by The Steve Wallace Quintet at Showplace

International Jazz Day Peterborough celebrates Thelonius Monk

Third annual event at end of April features five jazz dinners, film screening, and headline concert.
Magician Spidey, who performs at the Market Hall in Peterborough on March 25, has even impressed famous magicians Penn & Teller with his mentalism tricks

Mentalist Spidey promises to blow your mind

Celebrity magician brings mind-reading show to Peterborough's Market Hall on March 25.
Comic Steve Patterson, host of "The Debaters" taping at Showplace Performance Centre in Peterborough on May 17 (photo: CBC Radio One)

Be it resolved: Steve Patterson rocks The Debaters

A feature interview with the host of CBC's popular radio program, taping at Peterborough's Showplace on May 17.
Peter Mansbridge, Chief Correspondent of CBC News and anchor of "The National", will share his thoughts about Elvis Presley with Gordon Gibb on January 26 (photo: CBC)

Tuesdays with the King … and Peter Mansbridge

CBC's chief correspondent talks to Gordon Gibb about Elvis on on January 26th.
At the February meeting of the Kawartha Family Business Group, Jane Ulrich will be telling the story of family business FisherCast Global, founded in 1942 by her father Bill (right) and operated with brothers Frank (left) and Chester (photo courtesy of Jane Ulrich)

300 families: the story of Fisher Gauge

Jane Ulrich presents the story of her family business to the Kawartha Family Business Group in February.
C & C Surf Factory is Colin Cripps and "Champagne" James Robertson on guitar, supported by Chris Stringer on keys and percussion, Sly Juhas on drums, and Ryan Gavel on bass (photo: Jen Squires Photography)

C & C Surf Factory is loud, aggressive, and full of twang

Blue Rodeo's Colin Cripps delivers surf rock to the Red Dog in Peterborough on December 18.
November is Radon Gas Awareness Month. According to The Lung Association, exposure to radon gas is the leading cause of lung cancer after smoking.

The silent unknown killer that is radon gas

And it's all around you. Here, there, everywhere. Here's what you need to know.
Kruz FM's newsroom a week after the 2004 Peterborough flood (photo: Brian Ellis)

“I Couldn’t See Water Street for Water”

Gordon's column in The Toronto Star from July 16, 2004, the day after the Great Peterborough Flood.
Gordon Gibb (photo: Jessica Melnik)

“Google This …”

An excerpt from "Gibberish", the new book by Peterborough broadcaster and author Gordon Gibb.

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