Doug Dix

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"My experience as a DJ at CFRU 93.3 FM was an exhilarating experience and I 'm glad I had that opportunity. ".- Doug Dix

Doug Dix
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Doug Dix is a Canadian Christian who was involved in music, new media, radio, and visual arts ministry in Canada.

Doug Dix was a DJ at CFRU 93.3 FM for about 5 years. During his time there he was an Announcer / Operator for a program called "Heavenly Beat". The name of the show eventually changed to "Up From The Wasteland". It was comprised of cutting edge Christian music, playing as many mainstream artists as he could. There was at least 33% Canadian content. In depth artist / song information, music industry news, and other verbal enrichment was incorporated.

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Doug Dix provides the following arts, music or media service.


Doug Dix can be contacted via:

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Christian Testimony

Doug Dix became a Christian in 1979.

Media Career Tips

Doug Dix recommends that you be open to new opportunities.

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