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  • Chuck Ramsay

    Chuck Ramsay

    His 45-year career found him to be the source of news for an entire generation of Green Bay area viewers from 1965 to 2002. A 1957 graduate of Brown Institute of Radio and Television, he served his first eight years in broadcasting in radio in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. He became […]

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  • James Schuh

    James Schuh

    A Milwaukee native and graduate of Marquette University, his career began in 1957 with a 6 year stint as an Announcer and News Reporter for 4 different Milwaukee area radio and television stations. WSPT/WXYQ, Stevens Point was his home from 1963-88, where he served as an Air Personality, News Director, […]

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  • Tom Shanahan

    Tom Shanahan

    Shanahan was a Wisconsin broadcasting pioneer whose career began in 1941 at the age of 16 at Milwaukee’s WEMP-AM. Later, he hosted the “Club 60” deejay show and then did play-by-play alongside Earl Gillespie for the minor league Milwaukee Brewers until the Milwaukee Braves arrived in 1953. With the Braves […]

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  • Bob Southard

    Bob Southard

    In a broadcast career that spanned 6 decades, he began as a Staff Announcer and Program Director at WMAM-AM, Marinette, in 1948, where with a 3 year hiatus for military service, he served until 1954. Over the next 39 years, he served all three major television networks in Green Bay. […]

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