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  • Jack Hackman

    Jack Hackman

    Jack Hackman, a radio industry symbol of community service, has had a career in the radio business for more than 40 years -all with Goetz Broadcasting. He started as a control room engineer-producer at WDLB Radio in Marshfield, and served in a wide spectrum of talent and management position for […]

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  • Roger Russell

    Roger Russell

    Roger Russell, who died in 1989 at the age of 67, was an Army Air Corps pilot during World War II, whose first career was a pilot with Northwest Orient Airlines. In 1947 he became an announcer at his Worthington, Minnesota, hometown radio station. He began a 29-year career with […]

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  • William R. Walker

    William R. Walker

    William Walker was known to station personnel all over Wisconsin and neighboring states for the unique business structure of his broadcasting company. He fostered the growth of that company, the Mid-West Family Group, by encouraging managers to participate in their radio station’s ownership. Walker started his broadcasting career in 1950, […]

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  • Carl Zimmermann

    Carl Zimmermann

    Carl Zimmermann, known as the “Dean of Milwaukee Broadcasters” to his radio and television colleagues, retired in 1986 after a broadcasting career that spanned more than 50 years at broadcasting stations in southeastern Wisconsin. He was also involved in broadcasting while in the U.S. Army, serving as a combat reporter […]

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