Ab Douglas

Ab Douglas Driediger (born 1930 in Molln, Germany[citation needed]) is a former Canadian television news anchor. He co-anchored the first CTV National News program with Baden Langdon (later with Peter Jennings) in November 1962.[1][2]

WritingsEdit

  • Douglas, Ab (May 22, 2002). No Dancing God: Mennonite stories (2nd ed.). Markham: Fitzhenry & Whiteside. ISBN 978-1550566154.
  • Douglas, Ab (August 15, 1993). On foreign assignment: The inside story of journalism's elite corps. Alberta: University of Alberta Press. ISBN 978-1550590579.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Nolan, Michael (December 1, 2001). CTV, the network that means business. University of Alberta. ISBN 9780888643841. Retrieved 2014-09-02.
  2. ^ "About us". CTV Ottawa. 18 October 2013. Retrieved 2014-09-02.
Media offices
Preceded by
Charles Lynch, Peter Stursberg
and Peter Jennings
Anchor of CTV National News
1962–1964
With: Baden Langton and Peter Jennings (from 1962);
Harvey Kirck (from 1963)
Succeeded by
Harvey Kirck