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  • Jack Baker

    Jack Baker

    Wisconsin broadcasting’s “Chief Announcer” had a 57 year career in radio broadcasting beginning on Racine’s WRJN while he was in high school in1945. His early career was spent at WRJN, WEXT, Milwaukee and WKOW, Madison, while attending the UW-Madison. In 1957 he returned to Milwaukee, first at WRIT and then […]

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  • Terrence Baun, CPBE

    Terrence Baun, CPBE

    His 35-plus year broadcast engineering career began in 1967 at Milwaukee’s classical music station, WFMR-FM. After 10 years, he began a series of moves into corporate engineering, while also forming his own consulting firm, Criterion Broadcast Services, in Milwaukee. Through the years he worked for Sudbrink Broadcasting, Multimedia Broadcasting and […]

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  • Phil Fisher

    Phil Fisher

    A true pioneer of radio advertising sales, he began his near 40 year career at WISM radio in Madison. He became widely known throughout the Wisconsin radio industry for his early in-house sales training programs in the 1960’s. Over his career he developed many industry sales standards and systems in […]

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  • Susan Knaack

    Susan Knaack

    Her 38 year career in radio broadcasting began in Oshkosh with stints at WAGO and WMKC from 1971-77 where she was a talk show hostess, copy writer, sales assistant and traffic director. In 1977 she moved to Woodward Communications’ WHBY/WAPL, Appleton, as Creative Services Director. She moved into sales in […]

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  • Dave Raven Ewaskowitz

    Dave Raven Ewaskowitz

    His 45 year radio career began during his high school days in Sturgeon Bay where he hosted a half-hour high school program on WOKW radio. He was an air talent from 1960 to 1967 at WDUX, Waupaca, WISM, Madison and stations in Lansing and Wyoming, Michigan. He began his management […]

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