Baden Langton

Baden Langton was one of several early co-anchors of CTV National News, and worked with anchor Peter Jennings.

Langton began in radio with CKPC in Brantford, Ontario before moving to stations in Hamilton and Ottawa where he moved into television and became co-anchor of the CTV National News with Jennings from 1962 until 1964, when he moved to ABC News in the United States where he was soon joined by Jennings. Langton joined ABC Radio, first in New York and then in Washington as White House correspondent on radio and television and as a radio anchor. Langton and his family moved back to Canada in 1967 as their son, Max, was approaching draft age and the Vietnam War was heating up.[1][2] His wife, Norah Halajian Langton died in 2009.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "A music teacher until the end". Brantford Expositor. Archived from the original on 2014-05-25. Retrieved 2014-05-25.
  2. ^ "CTV, the Network that Means Business". google.ca.

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Media offices
Preceded by
Charles Lynch, Peter Stursberg
and Peter Jennings
Anchor of CTV National News
1962–1964
With: Ab Douglas and Peter Jennings
Succeeded by
Ab Douglas, Peter Jennings
and Harvey Kirck