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  • Tommy Lee Bychinski

    Tommy Lee Bychinski

    “Mr. Radio” in Reedsburg, Tommy Lee had a 44-year career in radio built on a strong foundation of community service and involvement. After attending Brown Institute, he began his career in 1964 at WIGM radio in Medford and after 2 years began his 33-year run with Goetz Broadcasting. For Goetz […]

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  • Charlie & Michael Kearns

    Charlie & Michael Kearns

    This father-son team has been The Voice of WKTY radio in La Crosse since it signed on the air in 1948. Charlie hosted WKTY’s morning show, “The Lead Balloon” from the day it signed on the air in 1948 and upon his death in 1981, his son Mike took over […]

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  • R. Perry Kidder

    R. Perry Kidder

    His 38-year career has been built on the foundation of sales and management. A 1971 University of Texas graduate, he began his broadcast career with a three-year stint with the national sales firm, HR Television and spent five years at WMT Radio & TV in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, serving as […]

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  • Paul LeSage

    Paul LeSage

    In a span of 50 years, he built a diverse career in engineering, sales, sales management, general management and sports marketing. He began as a part-time broadcast engineer in Ishpeming, Michigan, and then joined the Charles E. Brennan & Associates engineering firm in Wisconsin in 1960. In 1968, he became […]

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