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Kate Aitken Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Kate Aitken (April 6, 1891 – December 11, 1971) was a Canadian radio and television broadcaster in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. As Mrs. A, she was one of the most famous hosts on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in her era.Aitken, born Kate May Scott in Beeton, Ontario, worked as an entrepreneur, teacher and journalist both before and after marrying local businessman Henry Aitken. As a journalist, she once interviewed Benito Mussolini.She subsequently taught cooking, including at the Canadian National Exhibition, where she served as director of the Women's Division from 1938 to 1952. She was offered a radio show in 1934, when a broadcaster at CFRB broke her leg and the station manager needed an emergency replacement. The show was syndicated to other radio stations, and was eventually picked up by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.Aitken primarily covered homemaking subjects such as cooking and etiquette, but also did some documentary journalism, including a profile of Hungarian refugees in 1956. Also, in an era when research was difficult and time consuming, Aitken would find answers to difficult questions, explaining to one Saskatoon woman the procedures for moving herself and her assets to the USA to be with her American husband. Aitken also became an early host on CBC television, and wrote newspaper columns and books.She retired in 1957, but continued to work for UNICEF, and served on the CBC's board of directors. She died in Mississauga in 1971, having lived for many years on property that she ran briefly as a spa, on a bend of Mississauga Road, south of Streetsville.
|Date Of Birth||1891-04-06|
|Profession||Producer, Production Manager|
|Made for the Masses||2005||TV Series documentary production manager|