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  • Lindsay Wood Davis

    Lindsay Wood Davis

    Lindsay Wood Davis is best-known as a fierce champion of excellence in local radio who transformed broadcast management around the world, across the nation and throughout Wisconsin. United States broadcasters and operators in 17 foreign countries use his systems and processes to manage their properties. His inspirational work as executive […]

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  • Aline Hazard

    Aline Hazard

    Aline Watson Hazard (1895-1981) was a broadcasting pioneer whose 32-year career as the voice of Homemakers’ Program included hosting more than 10,000 episodes on all aspects of home economics. The show debuted on WHA Radio in Madison in 1929; Hazard signed on in 1933 and quickly became its driving force. […]

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  • Larry McCarren

    Larry McCarren

    Larry McCarren is one of the most respected and prolific television and radio sports broadcasters in Wisconsin. His 28-year career began in 1988 and includes: 24 years as anchor and sports director at WFRV-TV in Green Bay; 21 years as game analyst for WTMJ Radio in Milwaukee and the Packers […]

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  • Chuck Roth

    Chuck Roth

    Chuck Roth is a leader in Wisconsin broadcasting with a deep commitment to improving his industry and his community. His 41 years in radio and television began early—while still in high school, he took a part-time job at WCLO Radio in Janesville—and his career is remarkable for the length and […]

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