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  • Woods O. Dreyfus

    Woods O. Dreyfus

    After an early vaudeville career, he joined Milwaukee’s WISN radio in 1927 and over a 20 year period served as a singer, announcer, Program Director and finally as General Manager. He produced and directed 2 live dramas each week and was the Producer-Director for CBS network shows which originated in […]

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  • Jack Lee

    Jack Lee

    He began his over 50 year radio career as a child performer on CBS’ “The Lone Ranger”. He continued radio performing in high school and college and was Program Manager for campus radio stations at Wayne State University and Albion College. His Milwaukee radio career spanned 25 years where he […]

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  • Joe Loughlin

    Joe Loughlin

    He began his 45 year broadcast career as a News Reporter, Producer and Anchor at television stations in Alabama and Florida. In 1963, he produced and anchored the nation’s first nightly 1-hour newscast at Tampa’s WTVT-TV. From 1963 to 1966 he organized the first local news department of WCBS-TV, New […]

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  • Terry Shockley

    Terry Shockley

    He began his career in 1960, first in radio sports and news at stations in Iowa and Illinois, became a Sales Manager and then General Manager at WKOW-TV, Madison, and later President of the Wisconsin Television Network, which included stations in Madison, Wausau, La Crosse and Eau Claire. In 1986, […]

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