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  • Bob Bosold

    Bob Bosold

    The Voice of Agriculture in Western and Central Wisconsin, he built a career of over 30 years in radio broadcasting on a single focus: serving the rural, agricultural community with energy and dedication. He began his career as a student intern and part-time host on Wisconsin Public Radio in 1974. […]

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  • Mike Elliott

    Mike Elliott

    His career spanned more than 50 years beginning at WACE radio in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1954, where he was a sports announcer for Springfield College games. Early career stops as an announcer took him to Stockton, CA, Boston, Atlantic City, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., and Chicago. He began his Wisconsin broadcasting […]

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  • Professor Jim Hoyt

    Professor Jim Hoyt

    Over a 30-year career as a broadcast educator, he had a profound effect on literally thousands of journalism students. He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in journalism from the UW-Madison and began his teaching career in 1970 at Indiana University. In 1973, he returned to Madison where he remained […]

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  • Bill Rittman

    Bill Rittman

    His broadcasting career of over 55 years began at radio stations in North and South Dakota in 1952 where he started as an announcer. He began his Wisconsin broadcasting career in 1955 at WKBT-TV, La Crosse, where served as a news and sports anchor until 1965. Then followed a six […]

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