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After the station's move to new studios at the Eaton Centre in 1996, she interviewed bands and had them perform in a glass-enclosed studio at street level, where fans could watch.She served as freelance music reviewer for CBC Newsworld's On the Arts, alongside novelist David Gilmour.

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After starting out in 1987 as Telepersonals, a telephone-based personals-connecting service, the company morphed into Webpersonals in 1997, and then Lavalife three years ago.

Concurrent with her work as radio host, Hughes was music editor at Toronto-based alternative news weekly Now.

In 1999 she continued in her role at NOW Magazine, but was replaced by George Stroumboulopoulos at 102.1 The Edge.

Kim Hughes appeared on the album Never Coming Down by Toronto band Rail TEC in the early 1990s. They Never Do") and laughter on the track "Technology Sucks" at the request of UK producer Dave Deptford Pine and lead vocalist Jas Campbell.