Transcript: Ontario Hubs Grows Again | Jan 26, 2018

Steve sits in the studio. He's slim, clean-shaven, in his fifties, with short curly brown hair. He's wearing a dark gray suit, blue shirt, and striped pink, blue and red tie.

A caption reads "Ontario Hubs grows again."

The caption changes to "Twitter: @spaikin, @theagenda."

Steve says BY NOW YOU'VE GOTTEN
TO KNOW OUR ONTARIO HUBS
JOURNALISTS IN THE NORTHWEST AND
THE SOUTHWEST, AS WELL AS OUR
ROVING FIELD PRODUCER BASED
HERE.
AND THIS WEEK, AS PROMISED,
THEY'RE GETTING SOME COMPANY, AS
TVO CONTINUES TO EXPAND OUR
COVERAGE OF LOCAL ISSUES.
LET'S MEET THE NEW HUBSTERS:
FIRST, OUR NEW NORTHEASTERN HUB
MEISTER LYNN BULLOCH.
SHE'S BASED IN SUDBURY.

Lynn is in her thirties, with long straight brown hair and wears a black blazer and a pendant necklace.

Steve says AND HEADING UP OUR EASTERN
ONTARIO HUB, DAVID ROCKNE
CORRIGAN, WHO WILL BE BASED OUT
OF KINGSTON.

David is in his thirties, with short wavy brown hair and a shadow of a beard and wears a pink shirt and a blue blazer.

Steve says I'M DELIGHTED TO WELCOME YOU TWO
NOT JUST TO THE STUDIO BUT TO
THE WHOLE TVO TEAM.
WELL DONE.
GOOD TO HAVE YOU HERE.
LYNN, LET'S START WITH YOU.
TELL US A BIT ABOUT YOUR
CONNECTION TO SUDBURY AND
NORTHEASTERN ONTARIO.

The caption changes to "Our newest team members."

The caption changes to "Lynn Bulloch. North Eastern Ontario Hub Editor."

Lynn says WELL, I'M
BORN AND RAISED IN SUDBURY.
I DID MY BACHELOR'S DEGREE AT
LAURENTIAN, MASTER'S DEGREE IN
LONDON.
SO I HAVE TRAVELLED AROUND A
BIT.
FIRST FULL-TIME JOB IN BROADCAST
JOURNALISM WAS IN TIMMINS.
SO MY COVERAGE AREA WAS FROM
NORTH TO THE JAMES BAY COAST.

Steve says YOU LOVE THE
NORTHEAST, DON'T YOU?

Lynn says I LOVED IT.
I LOVED VISITING ALL THE
COMMUNITIES, MEETING WITH THE
PEOPLE, HOW THEY SEE THINGS,
WHAT THEIR CHALLENGES ARE.
AND SO I LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF
THAT.
I LATER MOVED TO THE SUDBURY
NEWSROOM AND THEN I WANTED
SOMETHING NEW.
SO I WENT AND WORKED IN LONDON.
BUT EVENTUALLY THE NORTH CALLED
ME HOME.
SO I STARTED A NEW JOB AND A NEW
CAREER WORKING AT THE COLLEGE
WHERE I HAD A VARIETY OF
DIFFERENT ROLES IN PUBLIC
RELATIONS, MEDIA RELATIONS,
MARKETING, DIGITAL MEDIA.
SO I'VE LEARNED SO MUCH ABOUT
INDUSTRIES, ABOUT THE
GOVERNMENT, HOW THESE PUBLIC
INSTITUTIONS FUNCTION, WHAT
THEIR CHALLENGES ARE.

Steve says AND NOW BACK TO
JOURNALISM.

Lynn says BACK TO JOURNALISM.

Steve says THERE YOU GO.
VERY GOOD.
DAVID, YOUR STORY?

The caption changes to "David Rockne Corrigan. Eastern Ontario Hub Editor."

David says I'M
BORN AND RAISED IN KINGSTON,
ONTARIO.
WENT TO KCVI, KINGSTON
COLLEGIATE AND VOCATIONAL
INSTITUTE, WHICH IS ONTARIO'S
OLDEST POSTSECONDARY SCHOOL...
OR SECONDARY INSTITUTION, AND
AFTER I FINISHED HIGH SCHOOL, I
WENT INTO THEATRE AND I WORKED
AS A PROFESSIONAL ACTOR FOR A
LITTLE BIT AND MADE MY WAY BACK
TO KINGSTON OVER THE YEARS DOING
SOME SUMMER THEATRE AND I AM
JUST SO THRILLED TO BE BACK.
IT'S A COMMUNITY I LOVE.
IT'S A REGION THAT IS, YOU KNOW,
CHOCK-FULL OF INTERESTING
STORIES AND PLACES AND PEOPLE
AND SO I'M JUST THRILLED TO GET
TO GO BACK AND TELL SOME OF
THOSE STORIES.

Steve says WHO IS THE MOST
FAMOUS, IMPORTANT PERSON EVER TO
COME OUT OF KINGSTON, ONTARIO?

David says SOME MIGHT SAY GORD DOWNIE,
SOME MIGHT SAY DON CHERRY.

Steve says WHAT WOULD YOU SAY?

David says WELL, THERE'S NO DENYING THAT
SIR JOHN A. MACDONALD IS
CERTAINLY ONE OF THE MOST
IMPORTANT FIGURES TO COME OUT OF
KINGSTON.

Steve says MIGHT YOU HAVE A
LITTLE AFFINITY WITH SIR JOHN
A.?

David says I HAVE A BIT OF A HISTORY.

Side to side pictures of McDonald and David characterized as McDonald appear on screen.

Steve says LOOK HOW MUCH YOU
LOOK LIKE HIM.
YOU'VE PLAYED HIM BEFORE.
TELL THE STORY.

David says ONE OF MY GIGS AS AN ACTOR
WAS PLAYING SIR JOHN A.
MACDONALD AND SOME OF HIS
COHORTS, DARCY McGEE AND, YOU
KNOW, GENERALS AND PEOPLE THAT
WERE AROUND HIM AND I PLAYED
JOHN A. IN VARIOUS FORMS.
WE DID A WALKING TOUR IN
KINGSTON.
WE DID A MUSICAL FOR SCHOOL
CHILDREN THAT TOURED ONTARIO AND
THE EAST COAST.
YOU KNOW, MY HAIR'S A LITTLE BIT
SHORTER NOW BUT, YOU KNOW, I HAD
THAT SORT OF SIDESHOW BOB HAIR
THAT SIR JOHN A. IS KNOWN FOR.
I MEAN, I LEARNED SO MUCH ABOUT
CANADIAN HISTORY, AND IT WAS A
DELIGHT TO SHARE THAT HISTORY,
YOU KNOW, AND KNOWLEDGE WITH
SCHOOL CHILDREN AND OTHER PEOPLE
COMING THROUGH KINGSTON.
YOU KNOW, I THINK JOHN A. IS A
BIT OF A POLARIZING FIGURE, AND
SO IT WAS INTERESTING TO SORT OF
DO IT FROM AN ARTISTIC POINT OF
VIEW WHERE WE'RE ALLOWED TO
EXPLORE SOME OF THE, YOU KNOW,
THORNIER SIDES OF HIS LEGACY.
AND SO KINGSTON, AS YOU KNOW, IS
A VERY... YOU KNOW, IT'S A
COMMUNITY THAT PRIDES ITSELF ON
ITS HISTORY AND CERTAINLY JOHN
A. IS A BIG PART OF THAT.

Steve says I'M TOLD YOU LOVE TO
GET OUT THERE AND REALLY EXPLORE
THE LAND.

Lynn says I DO.

Steve says HOW DOES THAT MAKE
YOU, IN YOUR VIEW, A BETTER
JOURNALIST?

The caption changes to "Lynn Bulloch. @lynn_news."

Lynn says I THAT I THAT'S A REFLECTION
OF MY CURIOSITY.
I SEE THINGS AND I'M COMPELLED
TO GO EXPLORE AND SEE WHAT'S
THERE, THE HISTORY OF IT.
I EXPLORED THE MONTREAL RIVER
DAM AND THE GORGE NORTH OF LAKE
SUPERIOR LABOUR DAY LONG
WEEKEND, JUST FOLLOWING MY NOSE,
AND FOUND ALL KINDS OF,
ACTUALLY, RUBBISH, AN ABANDONED
LANDFILL SITE.
BUT DIGGING THROUGH THE RUBBISH
YOU COULD KIND OF TRACK THE
HISTORY OF THE PLACE, THE
1920s.
AND THESE ARE THE TYPES OF
THINGS THAT I LIKE TO DO.
I JUST KIND OF LIKE TO FOLLOW MY
NOSE AND DIG AND ASK QUESTIONS
AND ROOT AROUND.

Steve says YOU LIKE TO GO
THROUGH GARBAGE DUMPS.
THAT'S INTERESTING.

Lynn says WELL, YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU
MIGHT FIND RIFFLING THROUGH
THINGS PEOPLE HAVE CAST OFF OR
MAYBE DON'T WANT YOU TO SEE.

Steve says INTERESTING.
TELL ME WHY BECAUSE YOU BOTH
OBVIOUSLY CAME FROM DIFFERENT
JOBS AND FRANKLY DIFFERENT
CAREERS BEFORE YOU GOT INTO
THIS.
SO I WANT TO KNOW WHY YOU WANTED
THIS JOB.
WHY DID YOU WANT TO BE A HUB
MEISTER FOR TVO IN NORTHEASTERN
ONTARIO?

The caption changes to "Journalists in your community."

Lynn says WHEN I SAW THIS JOB POSTING,
THE REPUTATION OF THE SHOW, THE
REPUTATION OF THE TEAM... I GREW
UP WATCHING TVO.
I'VE BEEN WATCHING TVO TOO, I
WATCHED "THE AGENDA." I HAVEN'T
HAD CABLE FOR YEARS BUT I CAUGHT
UP ON SEGMENTS AND MY DAD TELLS
ME ABOUT THE MOST COMPELLING
SEGMENTS.
WHEN I HEAR ABOUT THE WORK BEING
DONE AND ALSO THE NEED FOR MORE
JOURNALISM ON THE GROUND IN THE
NORTHEAST, I WANT TO HELP BRIDGE
THAT GAP.
I WANT TO HELP PEOPLE TELL THEIR
STORIES AND GET THEIR
PERSPECTIVES OUT THERE SO THAT
PEOPLE REALLY UNDERSTAND THE
SIMILARITIES, THE SYNERGIES
BETWEEN ALL OF THE COMMUNITIES
IN ONTARIO.
RURAL ISSUES, INDUSTRIAL ISSUES,
FORESTRY ISSUES.
THERE'S A LOT GOING ON, AND I
THINK THERE'S A LOT OF UNTAPPED
RESOURCES.
AND I THINK IF I CAN HELP GET
THOSE STORIES OUT THERE, WE CAN
MOVE FORWARD.

Steve says THE FILLING THE GAP
IS A REALLY IMPORTANT POINT
BECAUSE A LOT OF THE WEEKLY
NEWSPAPERS, FOR EXAMPLE, THAT
PEOPLE DEPENDED ON, ARE GONE.
SO WE'RE GOING TO TRY TO MOVE
INTO THAT SPACE AND HELP TELL
SOME OF THOSE STORIES.
HOW ABOUT YOU?

The caption changes to "David Rockne Corrigan. @RockneCorrigan."

David says WELL, ON THAT POINT, I THINK
THAT, YOU KNOW, WITH NEWSROOMS
SORT OF GETTING SMALLER, WE HAVE
A TENDENCY I THINK TO JUST HIT
ON THE BIG NEWS STORIES, THE
BREAKING NEWS STORIES.
AND I THINK WHAT THIS WILL ALLOW
FOR EASTERN ONTARIO IS A LITTLE
BIT MORE INDEPTH COVERAGE AND
TAKING THOSE STORIES AND REALLY
DIGGING INTO THEM AND SEEING
WHAT ISSUES ARE AT PLAY AND
HAVING THOSE CONVERSATIONS.
WHAT I ENJOY SO MUCH AND I HAVE
ADMIRED FOR SO LONG ABOUT THIS
PROGRAM IS THAT THERE IS THAT
OPPORTUNITY TO REALLY SINK YOUR
TEETH INTO SOMETHING AND I'M
REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO THAT.
SO INSTEAD OF JUST, YOU KNOW, A
SURFACE SORT OF, YOU KNOW, LACK
OF CONVERSATION THAT CAN HAPPEN
AS WE DO LOSE SOME OF OUR
NEWSPAPERS IN THESE SMALLER
COMMUNITIES, I'M HOPING THAT
THIS CAN SORT OF RISE OUT OF
THAT AND ALLOW US FOR A LITTLE
BIT MORE OF A FULL CONVERSATION.

Steve says GREAT.
LET'S LOOK INTO A COUPLE OF THE
STORIES IN EACH OF YOUR REGIONS
WHICH ARE REALLY BIG THERE RIGHT
NOW.

The caption changes to "What we have our eye on."

Steve says MAYBE SOUTH OF THE FRENCH RIVER,
YOU KNOW, IN TORONTO, HAMILTON,
LONDON, WHATEVER, MAYBE PEOPLE
HAVEN'T HEARD ABOUT THESE
STORIES, BUT THERE'S A DEBATE
ABOUT WHERE TO BUILD A NEW
HOCKEY ARENA IN SUDBURY RIGHT
NOW THAT IS HUGE UP THERE, IT
INVOLVES BIG DEVELOPMENT, BIG
MONEY, CASINOS... IT'S ALL
THERE.
FILL US IN ON THAT.
GIVE US THE BASIC 411 ON THE
ARENA DEBATE IN SUDBURY.

Lynn says IT'S EVOLVING
EVERY DAY.
THERE ARE NEW PLAYERS COMING TO
THE TABLE.
THERE ARE PEOPLE THAT HAVE...
THAT FEEL LIKE THEIR VOICES
HAVEN'T BEEN HEARD.

Steve says WHAT ARE THEY TRYING
TO DO UP THERE?

Lynn says THEY ARE TRYING TO BUILD A
NEW ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT ON
THE HISTORIC KINGSWAY, WHICH
USED TO BE HIGHWAY 17, BUT NOW
YOU CAN COMPLETELY BYPASS IF YOU
DO NOT WANT TO GO TO SUDBURY AT
ALL, YOU DON'T NEED TO.

Steve says THE KINGSWAY IS NOT
DOWNTOWN.

Lynn says THE KINGSWAY RUNS THROUGH
DOWNTOWN, BUT AS I SAID, YOU
DON'T NEED TO GO THERE AT ALL.
THEY'RE HOPING THIS WILL BE A
WAY THAT THEY WILL DRAW TOURISTS
INTO THE CITY, BUT ALSO THEY
THINK THAT IT WILL BE A WAY TO
GET PEOPLE TO SPEND MORE MONEY
LOCALLY.
THE LOCALS TO SPEND THEIR MONEY.
YET, THERE IS A VERY VOCIFEROUS
ANTI-CASINO EVENT CENTRE GROUP
FORMING THAT IS SAYING, IF YOU
BUILD THIS THING OUT OF THE
DOWNTOWN, IT'S GOING TO BE A BIG
MISTAKE, THAT THE DOWNTOWN WILL
SUFFER...

Steve says SUDBURY'S DOWNTOWN
IS IN A BIT OF TROUBLE ALREADY.
A LITTLE BIT.

Lynn says IT IS.
THEY'RE PUTTING IN NEW
INVESTMENTS DOWNTOWN, A NEW
PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE, LIBRARY,
DEMOLISHING THE OLD HOCKEY
ARENA, ABSOLUTELY.
IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN SUDBURY'S
DOWNTOWN IN THE LAST, SAY, FIVE
YEARS, IT'S CHANGED QUITE
SIGNIFICANTLY AND IT WILL
CONTINUE TO CHANGE.
I MEAN, THIS HAS IMPACTS OUTSIDE
OF SUDBURY AS WELL.
SAULT SAINTE MARIE COULD TALK
ABOUT CASINO DEVELOPMENTS THAT
IMPACT ON THEIR COMMUNITY.
NORTH BAY WOULD ALSO LIKE TO SEE
INVESTMENTS LIKE GATEWAY'S
MAKING AND I THINK THOSE ARE IN
THE FUTURE.
BUT THERE IS A VERY EMBROILED
DEBATE OCCURRING IN SUDBURY, AND
IT'S CAUSING A LOT OF DIVISION.

Steve says I MEAN, A LOT OF
COMMUNITIES GO THROUGH THIS.
I REMEMBER HAMILTON A FEW YEARS
AGO NEEDED A NEW FOOTBALL
STADIUM.
THE BIG ISSUE, DO YOU PUT IT
DOWNTOWN, DO YOU PUT IT DOWN BY
THE WATERFRONT, DO YOU PUT IT IN
THE EAST END, WHERE IT ENDED UP
GOING?
WHEREVER YOU DO BUILD IT, IT'S A
MISSED OPPORTUNITY FOR WHERE YOU
DON'T BUILD IT.
SOME PEOPLE ARE LOOKING AT THE
SUDBURY SITUATION SAYING THIS IS
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO
KICK-START DEVELOPMENT DOWNTOWN,
AND IF IT DOESN'T GO DOWNTOWN,
IT'S A MISSED OPPORTUNITY.
ALL THAT IS IN THE AIR, RIGHT?

Lynn says CITY PLANNING.
CITY PLANNING IS THE BIGGEST
CONVERSATION AND THEY HAVE A
DOWNTOWN MASTER PLAN AND PEOPLE
ARE SAYING THAT NOW THEY'RE
IGNORING THEIR OWN PLAN.
AND SO THERE'S A LOT OF
QUESTIONS ABOUT USE OF PUBLIC
FUNDS.
HOW MUCH SHOULD PEOPLE INVEST IN
THIS.
HOW MUCH SHOULD THE ELECTED
OFFICIALS OF TODAY BE ABLE TO
CONTROL WHAT'S GOING ON WHEN
DECISIONS HAVE BEEN MADE PRIOR
TO THEIR OBTAINING THEIR SEAT.

David says WE'LL HAVE TO CONNECT.
I THINK THERE COULD BE LESSONS
TO BE LEARNED FROM KINGSTON.
IT WAS JUST ABOUT TEN YEARS AGO
THAT WE WERE DEALING WITH... OR
AT THE TIME THE LARGE VENUE
ENTERTAINMENT COMPLEX THAT WAS A
HUGE DEBATE IN KINGSTON,
EVENTUALLY WAS SITUATED RIGHT
DOWNTOWN, TO MANY PEOPLE'S
CHAGRIN.
IT SEEMS TO BE WORKING OUT.
MAYBE THAT'S WE CAN TALK ABOUT.

Steve says THIS IS THE ARENA
BUILT DOWNTOWN?

David says IT'S KNOWN AS THE K-ROCK
CENTRE.
THE OPENING SHOW, AS YOU CAN
IMAGINE, WAS THE TRAGICALLY HIP.

Steve says I SAW ELTON JOHN
PERFORM THERE.

David says MY PARENTS WERE THERE.

Steve says WERE THEY THERE TOO?
IMAGINE SEEING ELTON JOHN IN A
5,000-SEAT VENUE?
IT WAS SO INTIMATE.
THAT WAS A GREAT VENUE.

David says HE'S A LEGEND.

Steve says HE IS INDEED.
YOUR STORIES.
PICK ONE FOR US.

David says I PRIDE MYSELF ON BEING A
GENERALIST, I HAVE MANY VARIED
INTERESTS, ONE OF WHICH IS
ATHLETICS AND RECREATION.
I GREW UP AS AN ATHLETE.
I WAS A TENNIS INSTRUCTOR,
VOLLEYBALL PLAYER, BASKETBALL
PLAYER, EVERY SPORT.
I'M VERY INTERESTED IN THE
PHYSICAL HEALTH BENEFITS AND THE
SOCIAL BENEFITS OF PHYSICAL
ACTIVITY AND SPORTS AND
RECREATION, AND I'M INTERESTED
ALSO IN THE WAY THAT CITIES AND
MUNICIPALITIES FIT INTO THIS.
SO ONE THING THAT I'M LOOKING AT
RIGHT NOW IS KINGSTON'S CITY-RUN
GOLF COURSE, WHICH THEY'VE
DECIDED TO CLOSE DOWN AS OF THIS
COMING SPRING, AND IT'S
SOMETHING THAT I KNOW TORONTO IS
CURRENTLY DISCUSSING.
THEY'VE GOT I THINK SIX CITY-RUN
COURSES IN THERE RIGHT NOW IN
THE DEBATE PROCESS.
OKAY, WHAT DO WE DO?
AND I KNOW THAT IN KINGSTON,
FORMALLY A GARBAGE DUMP,
EVERYBODY IN TOWN CALLS IT THE
DUMP BECAUSE YOU HIT A BALL DOWN
THE FAIRWAY AND IT WOULD BOUNCE
OFF A TIRE AND THEN YOU'D GET
YOUR ONE FREE SHOT.
BUT THEY'VE DECIDED TO CLOSE IT
AND IN ITS PLACE...

Steve says WHY?
TOO EXPENSIVE TO MAINTAIN?

David says IT'S A BIG SORT OF PIECE OF
LAND IN A PREMIUM LOCATION, AND
I THINK THE SORT OF RETURN THAT
THEY WERE GETTING ON IT WASN'T
QUITE WHAT THEY WERE HOPING, AND
THEY ARE GOING TO ADD SOME
PICKLEBALL COURTS.
SO IT SPEAKS TO THE EVOLUTION...

Steve says PICKLE BALL?

David says IF YOU CAN IMAGINE A MALL
TENNIS COURT... YOU PLAY IT ON A
TENNIS COURT IN SORT OF THE HALF
COURT AND YOU PLAY IT WITH
PADDLES AND A RUBBER BALL.
IT'S AN ACTIVITY THAT'S TAKING
OFF, YOU KNOW, ESPECIALLY AMONG
SORT OF THE SENIOR CROWD.
SO THEY'RE EXPANDING THEIR
PICKLE BALL COURTS.
IT SPEAKS TO THE EVOLUTION OF,
YOU KNOW, WHAT ROLE DO CITIES
PLAY AND WHAT ROLE SHOULD THEY
PLAY?
YOU KNOW, HOW DOES A GOLF COURSE
BENEFIT THE POPULATION VERSUS
HOW DOES SIX PICKLE BALL COURTS
BENEFIT THE POPULATION?
THAT'S SOMETHING I'M LOOKING AT.
YOU KNOW, THERE ARE SO MANY
GREAT STORIES THAT AREN'T BEING
TOLD RIGHT NOW AND I'M LOOKING
FORWARD TO SPEAKING TO PEOPLE IN
THE COMMUNITY AND FINDING OUT
WHAT THEY THINK IS BEING
OVERLOOKED, WHAT STORIES AREN'T
GETTING ANY ATTENTION.

Steve says THAT'S A GOOD POINT.
HOW DO PEOPLE GET IN TOUCH IF
THEY WANT TO PITCH STORIES TO
YOU, AND YOU ARE OPEN TO PITCHES
FROM THE PUBLIC?

The caption changes to "Lynn Bulloch. lbulloch@tvo.org."

Lynn says WE DEFINITELY
WANT TO HEAR FROM PEOPLE THAT
HAVE STORIES, THINGS THAT ARE
OVERLOOKED, THINGS THEY THINK
NOBODY ELSE WANTS TO TOUCH WITH
A TEN-FOOT POLE.
TELL US ABOUT THESE THINGS.
WE REALLY WANT TO KNOW.
WE WILL HAVE OUR e-mail UP AND
RUNNING.

Steve says ON THE SCREEN AS WE
SPEAK.

Lynn says EXCELLENT.
THANK YOU.
AND MY TWITTER HANDLE AS WELL.
PHONE, CALL, EMAIL, TWEET ME.
LET ME KNOW WHAT'S GOING ON.

Steve says GOTCHA.
HAVE WE PUT DAVID'S UP YET?
GOT DAVID'S COORDINATES UP
THERE? WHY DON'T WE PUT HIS UP
AS WELL. YOUR TWITTER HANDLE
IS @ROCKNECORRIGAN AND THERE'S
YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS AT THE
BOTTOM OF THE SCREEN AS WELL.

The caption changes to "dcorrigan@tvo.org."

Steve says AS LONG AS WE HAVE 30 SECONDS
LEFT I DO NEED TO ASK YOU,
DAVID, ABOUT THAT MIDDLE NAME.
NOW, I REMEMBER KNUTE ROCKNE AND
LET'S GET ONE FOR THE GIPPER AND
ALL THAT...

David says THAT WOULD BE ONE AND THE
SAME.

Steve says YOU'RE NAMED AFTER
THAT GUY?

David says I AN NAMED AFTER... I BELIEVE
THE PRONUNCIATION IS CANUTE
ROCKNE SO LUCKILY I WASN'T NAMED
DAVID KNUTE CORRIGAN. MY
GRANDFATHER WAS A HUGE NOTRE
DAME FIGHTING IRISH FOOTBALL
FAN. HE HAD EIGHT KIDS AND MY
FATHER WAS SORT OF TOWARDS THE
END AND I THINK MY GRANDFATHER
WAS RUNNING OUT OF NAMES SO THEY
NAMED HIM JOHN ROCKNE CORRIGAN.
AND THEN MY FATHER, WHO WAS A
FOOTBALL PLAYER HIMSELF, NAMED
ME DAVID ROCKNE CORRIGAN.

Steve says ISN'T THAT HILARIOUS?
GOOD TO KNOW. LYNN BULLOCH,
DAVID ROCKNE CORRIGAN...
SO GREAT TO HAVE YOU ON THE TEAM
AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING
YOUR STUFF IN FUTURE EDITIONS OF
"THE AGENDA" AND ONLINE AT
TVO.org.

Lynn says THANK YOU.

The caption changes to "Producer: Mark Brosens. @MarkBrosens."

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