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  • Dave Carlson

    Dave Carlson

    Dave Carlson has reported outdoor news on Wisconsin television for 32 years and is the face of hunting, fishing and conservation journalism for generations of Wisconsinites. From 1981 to 2000, he was the host of a popular weekly half-hour program, Northland Journal, which aired on WEAU-TV in Eau Claire. In […]

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  • William T. Evjue

    William T. Evjue

    William T. Evjue (1882-1970) is best known for political advocacy in Wisconsin as a leading Progressive of his time and for founding The Capital Times newspaper in 1917. But he also helped launch the first successful commercial radio station in Madison and is most certainly a seminal figure in Wisconsin […]

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  • Karl Schmidt

    Karl Schmidt

    Karl F. Schmidt is the nationally known voice of Wisconsin Public Radio’s Chapter a Day and likely holds the record for longest broadcasting career in Wisconsin radio: At the time of his induction into the Wisconsin Broadcasters Hall of Fame at age 90, Schmidt was still on the air and […]

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  • Scott M. Trentadue

    Scott M. Trentadue

    Scott M. Trentadue, a champion of local radio, led the growth of the Goetz Group of Radio Networks, beginning in 1980, to provide programming for stations in Fort Atkinson, Marshfield and Reedsburg. The networks included the Goetz Farm Radio Network, the Wisconsin News Actuality Network and the Free Enterprise Radio […]

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  • Bill Vancil

    Bill Vancil

    Bill Vancil’s career as an immensely creative program director and general manager for Mid-West Family Broadcasting’s Madison stations included co-founding and creating Magic 98, an adult-contemporary format that delivered record-setting listenership and revenues. It’s a testament to Vancil’s legacy that Magic 98’s format and image endured for several decades. He […]

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