(WIC) Western International Communications

(WIC) WESTERN INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS was a BROADCASTING company begun in 1956 when Frank GRIFFITHS, then an accountant, and two partners bought NEW WESTMINSTER radio station CKNW. Originally called Western Broadcasting, it grew to include several radio and television stations in the Lower Mainland and the OKANAGAN VALLEY by 1977. In 1985 it took the WIC name and went public with the sale of 6.25 million shares worth $50 million. With the 1991 acquisition of Allarcom, an Alberta...

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