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  • Eddie Doucette

    Eddie Doucette

    Eddie Doucette is the legendary Voice of the Bucks, whose creative style led to the creation of his own dictionary of play-by-play names and terms. He spent 16 years with the Bucks, and with the Portland Trailblazers. He also did Major League Baseball, as well as college and pro football play-by-play in his 50 year sportscasting career. He was inducted into the Wisconsin Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2011. Read More

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  • Laurin Jorstad

    Laurin Jorstad

    His 37-year television career began in 1973 with six years as a sales executive and then sales manager at WAOW-TV, Wausau. In 1979, he began a 30-year stint as that station=s General Manager. His career was highlighted by 27 years as Executive Producer for the statewide TV network broadcasting the […]

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  • Terry Kelly

    Terry Kelly

    A New York City native, he earned his Meteorology degree from the UW-Madison in 1971 and then worked as a Staff Meteorologist at the UW’s Space and Science Engineering Center. From 1974 to 1985, he was Chief Meteorologist for the Wisconsin TV Network, a group of four TV stations serving […]

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  • LeRoy Wolniakowski

    LeRoy Wolniakowski

    One of Wisconsin’s most innovative engineers, his career reached into five decades, from 1955 to 2000, for just two companies in Milwaukee, WRIT- AM & FM and WEMP/WMYX. His stations were always at the cutting edge of technology with WRIT-AM being the first Wisconsin station to use cartridge machines to […]

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