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  • Greg Bell

    Greg Bell

    After graduating from the Brown Institute, he began his career as a copywriter/announcer at KQAQ radio, Austin, Minnesota in 1972. He moved to Wisconsin and WDOR radio, Sturgeon Bay in 1974, where he began a twenty year stint in radio sales and sales management. In 1978, he moved to WIZM-AM/FM […]

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  • Howard Dahl

    Howard Dahl

    His thirty-one year broadcasting career began in 1939 when, after receiving his master’s degree in foreign relations from the University of Chicago, he joined his family’s radio station, WKBH in La Crosse as a foreign affairs reporter. In 1943, he became President and General Manager of WKBH. In 1954, he […]

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  • Joe Dorsey

    Joe Dorsey

    His 55-year radio broadcasting career began in 1946, when he joined Armed Forces Radio near the end of his three-year U.S. Army service. From 1947 to 2001, he was the most revered voice in Milwaukee radio, serving at WEMP and WOKY. He was most famous for a sixteen year run, […]

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  • Jill Geisler

    Jill Geisler

    One of Wisconsin’s preeminent broadcast news directors, she began her journalism career at WISC-TV in Madison while still a student at the UW-Madison in 1971. After receiving her journalism degree in 1972, she served two years there as a news and sports reporter before shifting to WITI-TV in Milwaukee, where […]

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  • Roger Utnehmer

    Roger Utnehmer

    His career spanned over 35 years in radio broadcasting as a general manager and station owner. He began his career in 1977, as the general manager of WATK radio, Antigo. In 1981, he put WRLO-FM, Antigo on the air and later acquired WERL-AM/FM, Eagle River in 1985, WNBI-AM/FM in Park […]

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