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  • Walter John Chilsen

    Walter John Chilsen

    He began his career in radio and television broadcasting with WLIN radio, Merrill, in 1949. After three years he moved on to pursue a career in acting, first at Northwestern University and then in California. He returned to radio broadcasting with WLIN in early 1954 and then moved to WSAU […]

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  • Glen Loyd

    Glen Loyd

    The ultimate consumer advocate, he began his 20 year broadcast career at WLUK-TV in Green Bay in 1971. In 1975 he moved to the Dallas market before returning to Green Bay and WLUK-TV and WFRV-TV for another eleven years. Variously known as “Action Man”, “Troubleshooter” and your “On Your Side” […]

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  • Ted Moore

    Ted Moore

    During his career of 48 years, Ted was the voice of UW Basketball for 23 years on the Wisconsin Radio Network. Ted Moore was inducted into the Wisconsin Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2005. Read More

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  • Elizabeth Murphy Burns

    Elizabeth Murphy Burns

    A Duluth-Superior native, her early broadcast career was served at television stations in Tucson and San Diego and in radio ownership in southern California. In 1975, she became part of the management team at WISC-TV, the Murphy family broadcasting station in Madison. In 1980, she was named President of Morgan […]

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