The Torres Brothers
In 1991, Two brothers, (and pilots) Ed and Frank Torres founded SkyWords Media, an aerial advertising company. While flying high over the city of Toronto, the Torres brothers started reporting major accidents and closures to radio stations in the GTA. Over the years, they expanded SkyWords into Canada’s largest independent radio network. SkyWords Media provides a full range of radio content services from traffic, business and weather to marine radio reports. Radio stations across Canada use SkyWords to provide their listeners with accurate real time information.
In spring 2010, the Torres brothers launched their first commercial radio station. 101.9 DAWG FM in Ottawa was Canada’s first and only all blues radio station. In 2015, Max 103 opened in Valleyfield Quebec a French station; to learn more visit www.max103.com. Also in 2015, 105.5 Hits FM opened in Uxbridge Ontario, which if you're on this website you can learn all about 105.5 Hits FM. In 2016, DAWG FM transitioned into 101.7 REBEL Real Rock Radio. To learn more about REBEL visit www.rebel1017.com. The latest and greatest Torres Media accomplishment came in July 2018, The CRTC has granted the Torres Media Company permission to build a radio station in Keswick.
Please keep your dial turned to 105.5 Hits FM for updates on when the station will be opening.
Torres Media Company isn't just radio announcers and stations, but also involved with music festivals.
101.7 REBEL presents Rebel Fest in Ottawa, Ontario during the month of July.
105.5 Hits FM presents Hits Fest in Uxbridge, Ontario during the month of July - www.hitsfest.com
Torres Media presents Calabogie Blues and Rib Fest at Calabogie Peaks Resort in August - www.calabogieblues.com