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  • Ed Hinshaw

    Ed Hinshaw

    He began his 47 year broadcast career as a 15-year old high school freshman as an announcer at KXRA-AM, Alexandria, Minnesota in 1955. He followed that with stints at KCJB Radio & TV, Minot, KSTP Radio & TV, Minneapolis, WRC Radio & TV and the Voice of American, Washington D.C. […]

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  • Henry Lippold

    Henry Lippold

    He helped to form and guide thousands of students during his 55 year academic and broadcast career. Beginning in 1947, he maintained academic and professional careers at UW-Oshkosh, UW-Madison, Northwestern University and WOSH-AM, Oshkosh, WIB-AM, Poynette, WHA-AM, Madison and WLS-AM, Chicago. He then spent 5 years in broadcast news at […]

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  • Don Seehafer

    Don Seehafer

    In 1952, while still in high school, he began his broadcasting career as a sports announcer in his hometown of Marshfield, Wisconsin at WDLB radio. He also served stints at WPFP radio in Park Falls and WIGM radio in Medford. He purchased his first radio station KRBI, St. Peter, Minnesota […]

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  • Ray Wiater

    Ray Wiater

    “The Dean of Fox Valley News” began his radio news career in Fort Atkinson at WFAW in 1960 and then moved to WBEV, Beaver Dam. In 1968, he assumed the News Director’s post at WDLB radio, Marshfield, where he served for five years before joining WHBY-AM, Appleton as its News […]

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