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Radio Broadcasting History
Radio People by Name (F)

Brad Face
WUVA [Charlottesville VA] 1970
WGH [Norfolk VA] 1974
WNOR/WNOR-FM [[Norfolk] 1974
WVEC [Norfolk] 1976
WWDE [Norfolk] 1978-1981

Now: Brad says, "I am CEO of a group of technology companies, The Face Companies, in Norfolk, VA. I was on WVEC TV 13 (ABC) from 1975-84 as a news reporter, news anchor and then sports director."

Chris Factor
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WKIS [Miami FL] 2008
Now: Chris says (8/08), "After being out of radio since 1999, the black hole sucked me back in; I am morning-show producer at Country WKIS-FM, Maimi, Florida..."

Jim Fairchild
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KRLT [South Lake Tahoe CA] 1997-1998
Now: Jim says (7/03), "I work for the city and county of Sacramento, California."

Pete Falconi
WSRO [Worcester MA] 1971
WKOX [Boston MA] 1973
WVBF [Boston] 1974
WGAN [Portland ME] 1983
WERZ [Portsmouth NH] 1986
WEGQ [Boston] 1995
WORC/WWFX/WXLO [Worcester MA] 1999
WODS [Boston MA] 2003
WNBP [Newburyport MA] 2009
- owner
Now: Pete says (1/10), "I am owner of and operatons manager for Nostalgia WNBP, Newburyport, Massachusetts; I've been extremely blessed in this industry to hold great positions, work with great people in great facilities and produce some awesome radio; the industry may have changed quite a bit since I first started (while still in high school), but every day has been a learning experience and a lot of fun."

Joey Falgout
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KDBS [Alexandria LA] 2000-2001
Now: Joey says (8/03), "I Chief Engineer & I.T. Administrator for Cumulus, Albany, GA; taking care of 8 stations."

Famous Amos
KCAQ [Oxnard CA] 1983
KHFI [Austin TX] 1984
KOFM [Oklahoma City OK] 1985
KKBQ-FM [Houston TX] 1988
ABC StarStation [Dallas TX] 1992 -
Russ O'Brien
KOOL Gold Net [Phoenix AZ] 1994
KHOM [New Orleans LA] 1995
WCLB [West Palm Beach FL] 1996
WTJM [New York NY] 1998

Now: Evenings at Oldies WTJM-FM, New York City (Jammin 105).

Dave Faneuf
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WBUR [Boston MA] 2000
Now: Dave says (1/04), "I am senior announcer/operator; and evening and weekend news anchor at Public WBUR, Boston, Massachusetts."

John Farina
WJJZ [Mt. Holly NJ] 1960-1964 - owner
WWLE [Newburgh NY] 1968-1972 - GM
WMVI [Albany NY] 1972-1990 - GM
WDJZ [Bridgeport CT] 1980-1985 - consultant
WWJZ [Mt. Holly] 1989-1995 - GM
John Farina died Apr 6, 1995. Ted Schober says (1/08), "John was the biggest booster for nostalgia formats; he taught Al Hamm how to format Music of Your Life and ran each of his stations in the format; they were beautiful sounding stations, with great listenership but always had financial difficulties..."

Tim Farley
WTVL [Augusta ME] 1978
WFLA [Tampa FL] 1981
WRVA [Richmond VA] 1986
XM Satellite Radio [Washington DC] 2000

Now: Tim says (11/15), "I came to XM as PD of NASCAR Radio, the first radio channel (station) devoted to a single sport, 24 hours a day. I'm now Host, Managing Editor, POTUS Political channel."

Keith Farr
KLO [Ogden UT] 1958
KVOG-TV [Salt Lake City UT] 1961
- announcer
KIFI-TV [Idaho Falls ID] 1963 - announcer
KWIN/KCVR [Stockton CA] 1968-1990
Now: Keith says (4/07), "I'm a researcher in Lodi, California, documenting early AM radio and announcer time-lines; my den includes: production studios, a mini-radio museum and extensive audio broadcasting files."

Ted Farr
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CJME [Regina SK] 2001-2008 VP/News Talk Programming
Now: Ted says (12/08), "I am a news, newstalk, sports radio consultant in Regina, Saskatchewan; radio is all about people -- what a great business!"

Denny Farrell
WXFM [Chicago IL] 1970
KENO [Las Vegas NV] 1973
WCFL [Chicago] 1976
WJJD [Chicago] 1979
Satellite Radio [St. Charles IL] 1987-1994

Now: Denny says (12/16), "My voice can be heard on all major stations in the Chicago market doing various commercials and narration projects."

John Farrell
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WDGY [Minneapolis MN] 1990-1991
Now: John says (11/08), "I have been doing voice-overs in Minneapolis-St. Paul area since 1991 with an occasional turn in front of the camera; anyone else tried rollerskating while embracing a 40-lb. window?"

Lisa Farrell
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WIOG [Saginaw MI] 1999-2001
Now: Lisa says (10/02), "I am News Director at WLNS-TV in Lansing, Michigan. I do a lot of freelancing and fill-in radio newscasting when and where needed."

Mike Farrow
WPAR [Parkersburg WV] 1967
WNLC [New London CT] 1969
WCRO [Johnstown PA] 1971
WTAE [Pittsburgh PA] 1975
WKYE [Johnstown] 1981
WSNE [Providence RI] 1986
WGNI [Wilmington NC] 1987

Now: PM drive and Program Director at Adult-Contemporary WGNI-FM, Wilmington, NC.

Mark Fassett aka Mark Face
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KVYN [Napa CA] 1990-1994
Now: Mark says (1/10), "I retired from radio in 1996 and went into the high tech world, where I manage a video and audio production group for a large financial software company in Silicon Valley; life is good, but I still miss radio, though the radio that I was a part of no longer exists."

Richard W. Fatherley
WSTC [Stamford CT] 1959
WNHC [New Haven CT] 1960 -
Dick Ward
Mars Broadcast [Stamford] 1961 - Funtest writer
WABC [New York NY] 1961
WICC/WJZZ [Bridgeport CT] 1961
WDEE [New Haven] 1962
KXOK [S.L. MO]/WHB [K.C. MO] 1964
WDAF [Kansas City MO] 1969 -
Dick Fatherley
WFUN/WWOK [Miami FL] 1970-1972
KTOP/WREN [Topeka KS] 1981
WWNN/WQAM [Miami FL] 1987
WJNO [W Palm Beach FL] 1988-1990

St. Louis Radio Hall of Famer Richard Fatherly died March, 8 2010 (69 years old) in Kansas City, Kansas (he had suffered a severe heart attack Feb 14). See Remembering a Legend... Richard W. Fatherley (broadcastkc.com).

Al Faust
KWOR [Worland WY] 1960
WALL [Middletown NY] 1960
WQVA [Quantico VA] 1962
WALL [Middletown NY] 1963
WKQW [Nanuet NY] 1968
WWLE [Newburgh NY] 1969 -
WFMN [Newburgh NY] 1971-1972
Fox News [New York, NY] 1996

Now:Al says (10/14), "I have been with Fox News since 1996 -- now a Producer, Fox News Digital/FoxNews.com."

Gary Fead
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KESY [Omaha NE] 1984-2000
Now: Gary says (10/13), "I am living in my hometown of Omaha, Nebraska; working in brain and spinal cord rehab, though not in patient care; I work with IT, employee benefits and accounting."

Richard Fearns
WPAC [Patchogue NY] 1971 - Rick Edwards
KABC/KLOS [Los Angeles CA] 1973-1977 - ACE
Now: Richard says (11/05), "I am working free-lance as a frequency coordinator on major TV shows for Dick Clark Productions. I had the best years of my life in radio. I am in the process of putting my retirement aside; I'd like to return to radio, on a part-time basis. This time, however, I want to be in front of the microphone; it's difficult to break the barrier between engineering and operations, but I'm determined to do it. I am currently living in Palm Springs, California. Do you remember the California Jam? It was awesome, and I'm glad that I was there. At the time, I was working with KLOS-FM to help put it on the air."

Ellis B. Feaster
WUSS [Atlantic City NJ] 1979 - Bruce Ellis
WMID [Atlantic City] 1983 - Bruce Ellis
WOND [Atlantic City] 1984 - Bruce 'The Bear'
WMGM-FM [Atlantic City] 1986 - Bruce 'The Bear'
WXLK [Roanoke VA] 1988
WNVZ [Norfolk VA] 1989
WCFB [Daytona Beach FL] 1992
KRPM [Seattle WA] 1995
KBEE [Salt Lake City UT] 1996
WWKA [Orlando FL] 2000
WPOZ [Orlando] 2009

Now: Ellis says (2/09), "I am doing morning drive at Christian Contemporary WPOZ-FM (Positive Hits Z88.3), Orlando, Florida; working for God, and enjoying Florida weather; what more could I ask for?"

Bob Fee
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WWBD [Bamberg SC] 2001-2003
Now: Bob says (7/07), "I am retired in North Port, Florida (Sarasota County) on the Gulf Coast; I am seeing how much I can handle as the Commmander of VFW Post 8203 in North Port -- it's a lot different than working on radio."

'Wild' Bill Feinberg
WGGG [Gainesville FL] 1977
WMGI [Gainesville] 1982
WONE [Cox Cable] [Gainesville] 1983-1987

Now: Bill says (11/10), "I am living back in Gainesville, Florida; have been retired since 2000 after 18 years as a Sr VP of Operations at Bisk Educational Publishing in Tampa; I now spend my time following the Florida Gators football and basketball teams and traveling the U.S. visiting friends."

Scott Felten
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U.S. Gov't./Radio Marti Miami FL] 1998
Now: Scott says (Aug 2002), "I am working in South Florida for the BBG, a division of the International Broadcasting Bureau for the Federal Government."

Jim Felton aka Jim Brady
WCWA [Toledo OH] 1964
WLYV [Ft. Wayne In] 1967
CKLW [Detroit MI/Windsor ON] 1968
WCWA [Toledo OH] 1969
WKLO [Louisville KY] 1971
CFTR [Toronto ON] 1973-1982
CFGM [Toronto] 1983
KLAC [Los Angeles CA] 1987
WBAP [Ft. Worth TX] 1989
WRVF/WCWA [Toledo] 1996
WRQN [Toledo] 2001-2008

Jim Felton died June 5, 2014 (cancer, age 67) in Toledo, Ohio. See Jim "Brady" Felton Obituary (Toledo Blade).

Mike Fenley
WGNI [Wilmington NC] 1964
WCEC [Rocky Mount NC] 1980
WYYD [Raleigh NC] 1981
WKIX [Raleigh] 1983
WMQX [Winston-Salem NC] 1990
WWWB [Greensboro NC] 1992
WSJS [Winston-Salem] 1994-2005

Now: Mike says (3/06), "I am working for Senator Richard Burr (NC) as manager of the Richard Burr Committe (reelection committee)." Also see cgttravel.com/CGT-about.htm.

Dick Fennessy
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WTKU [Atlantic City NJ] 2001
Now: Dick says (6/06), "I am doing weekends at Oldies WTKU-FM, Atlantic City New Jersey -- following several years of doing either live or voice-tracked 7-12 Midnight here; I work full time for the Wildwood, NJ Police Department."

Kevin Fennessy
WAAT [Trenton NJ] 1970
WAMS [Wilmington DE] 1974
WCAU [Philadelphia PA] 1974
WAMS [Wilmington] 1975
WCAO [Baltimore MD] 1977
WRKA [Louisville KY] 1980
WOAI [San Antonio TX] 1981
WHAM [Rochester NY] 1982
WKBW [Buffalo NY] 1986
WFIL [Philadelphia] 1986
WEGX [Philadelphia] 1987
WSER [Wilmington] 1995
- GM
WQFM [Scranton PA] 1997
WAAT [Scranton] 1998
- owner
WMCA/WWDJ [New York NY/Hackensack NJ] 2005 - prod dir
WRZN [Gainesville-Ocala FL] 2008 - GM
WYRE [St. Augustine FL] 2011-2014
Kevin Fennessy died Aug 19, 2017 (stroke, age 63) in Camden, NJ; see R.I.P.: Radio Broadcaster Kevin Fennessy (mediaconfidential.blogspot.com); Kevin Fennessy Passes (allaccess.com); and Kevin Fennessy - The Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia.

Bruce Fenstermacher aka Don Bruce
WGPA [Bethlehem PA] 1954-1955 - Brother Bruce
WAEB [Allentown PA] 1960
WILK [Wilkes-Barre PA] 1962-1989
- Brother Brucie/Dr. Don
WDLS [Dallas PA] 1990-1992
WBAX/WYOS [Wilkes-Barre] 1993-1994
WBAX/WEJL [Wilkes-Barre] 1995-1996

Now: Bruce says (2/09), "I still fraternize with old radio buddies on a regular basis; spent missing radio years (1956-1959) as a U.S. Navy Communications Technician in California, Guam, Japan and Alaska; most proud of those personalities that I hired while Program Director at WILK, or taught as an instructor at Long John Wade's American Academy of Broadcasting, who moved on to successful careers; retired in 2000, living in Kingston, PA, married with two sons, a daughter and Arizona grandkids."

George Feola
KBLC [Lakeport CA] 1981
KBCM [Logan UT] 1984
- Chuck Roberts
KEEN [San Jose CA] 1985
KWST [Monterey CA] 1985
- Chuck Roberts
KIDD [Monterey] 1985
KWNK [Simi Valley CA] 1986
KRGO [Salt Lake City UT] 1986
- Chuck Roberts
KWNE [Ukiah CA] 1987
KAGO-FM [Klamath Falls OR] 1988
- George Mikels
KSLY [San Luis Obispo CA] 1989-1991 - George Mikels
NNB Radio [Billings MT] 2008 - VP, GM
Now: George says (8/08), "After many years on the air, I am running New Northwest Broadcasters, Billings, Montana as VP/GM. The best memories were during the morning stint in Klamath Falls, OR against Red Allen and KLAD -- later programmed by Rob Siems, a great programmer; I could never beat those guys. Funnest town was San Luis Obispo, CA working in the footprints of Guy Hackman and Charlie Tuna as morning driver of KSLY against Captain buffoon; those were the days."

Bob Ferguson
WVON/WSDM [Chicago IL] 1965
WLS [Chicago] 1968-1988
Vincennes University [Vincennes IN] 1996-1999
- Broadcast Supervisor
www.wlshistory.com/whatsnew/ reports, "Longtime WLS Engineer Bob Ferguson passed away on May 29, 2004 at his home in Bicknell, Indiana after fighting cancer for quite a while..." Bob was most recently Communications Supervisor for the Knox County Central Dispatch, Vincennes, Indiana.

Joe Ferguson
AFN [Frankfurt, Germany] 1962
WCMI [Ashland KY] 1965
- Mark Scott
WSAZ [Huntington WV] 1966 - Joe Charles
AFN So European Net [Vicenza, Italy] 1969
KFOX [Los Angeles CA] 1971
KPOK [Portland OR] 1974
KUPL [Portland] 1976
KKCW [Portland] 1984
KINK [Portland] 1989-2003
KKNU [Eugene OR] 2006-2014

Now: Joe says (2/16), "In late 2006 I was lured back into radio sales by my old boss at KKCW who now has a group of stations in Eugene, Oregon (KKNU-FM Country, KMGE-FM Mix 94-5 AC and KEUG-FM, (Bob-FM) Adult Hits). I left there at the end of 2014 and now am an account manager at Affiliated Media, Portland, OR -- and am having a wonderful time helping my clients grow their business. I think your site is fantastic; I have connected with several friends that I have not seen in decades because you allowed me to find them; thank you so much!"

Michael Ferguson
KNOT [Prescott AZ] 1969 - Mike Scott
KAFF [Flagstaff AZ] 1971 - Mike Scott
KTUF/KNIX [Phoenix AZ] 1971 - Les Carter
KEOS [Flagstaff] 1975 - Brian M. Wilson
KUGN [Eugene OR] 1977
KUGN-FM [Eugene] 1978
Northern Ariz Broadcasting [Flagstaff] 1981
- president
Mountain Sites Communications [Flagstaff] 1993 - president
Now: Michael says (8/04), "I run Mountain Sites Communications (voiceovers, transmitter sites, systems ops & maintenance), Flagstaff, Arizona."

Ted Ferguson
WABB [Mobile AL] 1967
WLCS [Baton Rouge LA] 1968
WKGN [Knoxville TN] 1970
WMMS [Cleveland OH] 1970
WDVE [Pittsburgh PA] 1971
WIXY [Cleveland OH] 1973
WGCL [Cleveland] 1973
WQRK [Norfolk VA] 1973
WDRQ [Detroit MI] 1974
- China Jones
WABX [Detroit] 1978
KWST [Los Angeles CA] 1979
Radio Windy [Wellington NZ] 1983 - Ops Dir
Radio Avon [Christchurch NZ] 1983
Radio 4XO [Dunedin NZ] 1983
KTAL [Texarkana TX] 1986-1999
- GM
Cherie FM [Paris FR] 1987 - GM
NRJ [France, Sweden, Germany] 1993 - Dir Sales, Programming
NRJ [Berlin] 1993 - GM
Radio 1 Tiare FM/Star FM [Papeete, Tahiti] 1999
Clear Channel [Amarillo TX] 2001
Clear Channel [Shreveport LA] 2002-2004 - VP/GM
Now: Ted reports (6/17), "I built a station in Abuja, Nigeria; one in Lagos; one in the Congo and am currently involved in building one in the Northern Desert in Kenya. Whole new life ... I have also been busy in film and TV; Shreveport and the State of Louisiana have become busy centers for film work; 110 film and TV credits since 2006."

Al Ferraby
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CFAX [Victoria BC] 1994
Now: Al says (10/05), "I am part of the C-FAX wake-up team, where I have been host of Victoria's most listened-to morning show since 1999."

Mike Ferrin
KGRR [Dubuque, IA] 1996
WCOE [LaPorte IN] 2000
WGN [Chicago IL] 2000-2007
- sports producer, reporter
Now: Mike says says (7/07), "I am evening update anchor for MLB Home Plate (XM 175), and host a pre-game show on the Baseball play-by-play channels -- from Washington, DC."

George Fetherbay aka Apollo
WPEG [Charlotte NC] 1988
WCKZ [Charlotte] 1990
WJMH [Greensboro NC] 1992
WJLB [Detroit MI] 1994
WJHM [Daytona Beach FL] 1995
WKYS [Washington DC] 1996
KMJJ [Shreveport LA] 1998
KITT [Shreveport] 1999-2001
- Coyote
Now: George says (5/04), "I'm running Apollo Productions, Honolulu, Hawaii; enjoying life in Hawaii and doing voice-overs and imaging for stations from my home studio."

Bruce Fiacco
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KGO [San Francisco CA] 1999-2003
Now: Bruce says (2/03), "I am engineering and production at News/Talk KGO, San Francisco."

Alan Field
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WWLG [Baltimore MD] 1993
Now: Alan says (7/06), "I am a DJ/announcer at Adult Standards WWLG, Baltimore, Maryland."

Rich Fields
WRUF/WRUF-FM [Gainesville FL] 1979
KUAD [Ft. Collins CO] 1983
KKHR [Los Angeles CA] 1984
KNX-FM [LA] 1985
KODJ [LA] 1987
KCBS-FM [LA] 1989
WYUU [St. Petersburg FL] 1994
WCOF [Tampa FL] 1978
WFJO/WSUN [St. Petersburg] 1999
WRBQ-FM [Tampa] 2001
CBS-2 [Palm Springs CA] 2003
- weatherman
The Price is Right [Hollywood CA] 2004 - game show announcer
Now: Rich says (4/04), "I have been selected by Bob Barker to replace the (late) legendary Rod Roddy as announcer on TV's longest-runnng game show The Price is Right."

Tony Fields
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WKKV [Milwaukee WI] 1994-1996 - VP
Now (2001): VP Regional Programming for Radio One (chain).

Bill Feigenshu
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KIKK [Houston TX] 1978-1980
Now: Bill says (9/04), "Since 2003, I have been President West, Citadel Communications, New York, New York."

Brian Figula aka Fig
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WQAL [Cleveland OH] 2003
WWCK [Flint MI] 2005

Now: "Fig' says (10/05), "I am PD and doing PM drive at Top-40 WWCK-FM, Flint, Michigan."

Keith Filges
WSHY [Shelbyville IL] 1973
Now: ???

Michael Filippelli
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WLIF [Baltimore MD] 1995-2001
Now: Michael is residing in Baltimore.

Joe Finan
WISR [Butler PA] 1949
WTAM/KYW [Cleveland OH] 1950
WBNK-TV/KYW-TV [Cleveland] 1951
- weatherman
KTLN [Denver CO] 1960
WIXY [Cleveland] 1968
Ohio School of Broadcasting [Cleveland] 1968
- founder
KTLK [Denver] 1971 - VP/GM
WHK [Cleveland] 1974
WNIR [Akron OH] 1984-2004
WARF [Akron] 2006-2006

Joe Finan died Dec 20, 2006 (age 79) in Cleveland, Ohio.

Jeff Finch
WDAI [Chicago IL] 1974
WIND [Chicago] 1978
WKQX [Chicago] 1978
WLUP [Chicago IL] 1979
RKO Radio Network [New York NY] 1979
WABC [New York NY] 1981-1982
Voice of America [Washington DC] 1981-1983
WNBC [New York] 1982
NBC Radio [New York] 1982-1989
NBC Radio [Washington DC] 1989-1998

Now: Jeff says (10/08), "I'm semi-retired, living a life of relative comfort with my wife in Atlanta, Georgia; I've been out of the broadcasting business since 2002; I miss the aggressive, free-for-all, and sometimes cut-throat, world of broadcast journalism." Click for more from Jeff.
SGMC98A@prodigy.com or 73457.2016@compuserve.com

Doug Finck
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WJBQ [Portland ME] 1974-1986 - sales mgr
Now: Doug says (5/07), "I moved into sales and management in the mid-1970s, then into TV ten years later; TV is just radio with pictures; everything I learned in radio is being utilized in TV ... and it works."

Jay Fink
WINE [Danbury CT] 1976
WSNG [Torrington CT] 1979
WDJF [Westport CT] 1982
WRKI [Danbury] 1984
WKCI [New Haven CT] 1985
WLAD [Danbury] 1988
WRIP [Windham NY] 2000

Now: Jay says (3/08), "I'm VP Sales and station manager at Adult Contemporary WRIP-FM, Windham, New York."

Chuck Finley
WCOS [Columbia SC] 1981
WMC [Memphis TN] 1984
WKSF [Asheville NC] 1985
WYBB [Charleston SC] 1987
WYYS [Columbia] 1989
WKSF [Asheville] 1991
WKSI [Greensboro NC] 1993
WPCM [Burlington NC] 1997
WKSF [Asheville] 1998
WOXL [Asheville] 2003
WHKP [Hendersonville NC] 2007

Now: Chuck says (1/10), "I'm working part time at WOXL Asheville, NC and WHKP in Hendersionville, NC; started a Chuck Finley Production in 2007."

Steve Finnegan
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WLXN [Lexington NC] 2011
Now: Steve says (8/12), "I am News Director and morning show co-host (with Max McGann) at Oldies WLXN-AM (KOOL 1440 & 99.9 FM), Lexington, NC; I work in radio because I love it ... never in it to become famous or make a zillion dollars (although that would have been nice); will work as long as I can get it."

Bob Finot
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WIL [St. Louis MO] 2005
Now: Bof says (1/06), "I am Sales/Account Manager, at Country Legends WIL, St. Louis, MO."

Al Fiori
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KQLH [San Bernardino CA] 1987-1988 - GSM
Now: Al says (9/15), "I live in Knoxville, TN, producing a movie, Revisit Rock Radio, a Documentary."

Don Fischer
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KFYE [Fresno CA] 1986-1987
Now: Don says (5/06), "I am an analyst with Fresno County and do two weekly shows on member-supported KFSR-FM on the campus of Fresno State."

'Hot' Scott Fischer
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WFLC [Miami FL] 1996-2000 - Greg Fadick
Now: Scott (Greg Fadick) says, "I am a Producer-Rocket Science with Brown Bag Productions, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. What a long, strange trip it's been!"

Bud Fisher
WMLO [Boston MA] 1972
WHYN-FM [Springfield MA] 1972
WILI [Willimantic CT] 1973
WTXL [Springfield MA] 1974
- Gary Morgan
WRCQ [Hartford CT] 1974 - Gary Hunter
WCCC [Hartford] 1975 - Gary Hunter
WWCO [Waterbury CT] 1975 - Gary Hunter
WQQW [Waterbury] 1975 - Gary Hunter
WCNX [Hartford] 1977-1979 - Gary Hunter
WIOF [Waterbury] 1989 - Gary Hunter
WMAS-FM [Springfield] 1989 - Gary Hunter
WTIC-FM [Hartford] 1991
WPOP [Hartford] 1992
WMRQ [Waterbury] 1992
WYSR [Waterbury] 1992
WMRQ [Waterbury] 1992
WHCN [Hartford] 1995
WBCN [Boston MA] 1995
WAAF [Worcester MA] 1996
WKCD [New London CT] 1996-1997

Now: Bud says (9/04), "I'm with United Liquors, Braintree, Massachusetts." Check out Bud's WTIT Tape Radio.

George Fisher
KQRS-FM [Minneapolis MN] 1966 - George Donaldson Fisher
KSJN [St. Paul MN] 1974 - The Late George Donaldson Fisher
KRLT [South Lake Tahoe CA] 1980
KTCZ [Minneapolis] 1983-1987
KCFR [Denver CO] 1989
KRPM [Tacoma WA] 1991
Colorado Public Radio [Denver] 1991-1992
KTCZ [Minneapolis] 1996-1999

Now: George says (01/04), "I am working with entertainment software (music/movies) at the corporate office of a large national retailer."George remembers good times at KQRS.

Jack Fisher
KWKH [Shreveport] 195? - The Ole Reb
WLOL [Minneapolis] 196? - The Ole Reb
KFYR [Bismarck ND] 1965 - The Ole Reb
Passed away.

John Fisher
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KMTT [Tacoma WA] 1992
Now: John says (8/10), "I've been doing PM drive on Adult Album Alternative KMTT-FM (The Mountain), Seattle/Tacoma, Washington -- for 18 years -- Yikes!"

Rich Fisher
WRCN [Long Island NY] 1990
KGB/KPOP [San Diego CA] 1992
WBEA [Long Island NY] 1993
WNAV [Annapolis MD] 1998-2004
WCEI [Easton MD] 2001-2003
WRYR-LPFM [Sherwood MD] 2002-2004
WWFG [Ocean City MD] 2002-2004
WCEM-FM [Cambridge MD] 2004
WZBA [Baltimore MD] 2005
WRNR-FM [Annapolis MD] 2009

Now: Rich says (5/10), "I'm doing weekends at Adult Album Alternative WRNR-FM, Annapolis, Maryland. I have been doing mostly part-time radio since 1990; I work in TV and public relations full-time in Washington DC; I live on Kent Island in Maryland; I also run Kent Island Online, an online guide for the area."

Jim 'Fitz' Fitzgerald
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KJJZ [Palm Springs CA] 1998
Now: Jim says (2/09), "I am Program Director and do morning drive at Smooth Jazz KJJZ-FM, Palm Springs -- in the beautiful Southern California Desert; I have a production company (Wendy Jayne Productions) that produces numerous concerts and charity events between Palm Springs and Newport Beach, California."

Bill Fitzhugh
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KQIN [Seattle WA] 1985-1986
Now: Bill says, "I left radio to pursue TV. I have written several satires and comic thrillers, "Pest Control" and "Cross Dressing," now in development at Warner Brothers and Universal Studios respectively. I'm always ready, willing, and able to do radio interviews..."

Tom Fitzmorris
WWNO [New Orleans LA] 1972-1973
WGSO [New Orleans] 1975-1983
WSMB [New Orleans] 1988

Now: Tom says (4/03), "I host the longest-running talk show in New Orleans (3 hours in PM drive devoted to restaurants, cooking, wine, and food). I am also the longest-running restaurant-review columnist in America (31 years, weekly or more frequently)."

Steve Fixx
KEYI [Austin TX] 1993
KUTZ [Austin] 1995
KLOL [Houston TX] 1996
KKRW [Houston TX] 2004

Now: Steve says (6/06), "I'm Music Director and PM Drive DJ at Houston's only Classic Rock station, KKRW-FM (93.7 The Arrow)."

Rick Flacksbarth
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KFGO [Fargo ND] 1991
Now: Rick says (Aug 2002), "I do sports and sales, but am doing mostly sales now; I also do training of the sales staff -- at News/Talk KFGO, Fargo, North Dakota."

John Mack Flanagan
KRSY [Roswell NM] 1964
KPET [Lamesa TX] 1965
KCAS [Slayton TX] 1965
KLBK [Lubbock TX] 1966
KHFH [Sierra Vista AZ] 1967
Armed Forces Vietnam Net [Da Nanag So Vietnam] 1968
KHYT [Tucson AZ] 1968
KIKX [Tucson] 1969
KTKT [Tucson] 1969
KRUX [Phoenix AZ] 1972
KRIZ [Phoenix] 1973
KFRC [San Francisco] 1973
KCBS-FM/KRQR [San Francisco] 1979
KWSS [San Jose CA] 1985
KIOI [San Francisco] 1989
KSFO/KYA-FM [San Francisco] 1990
KFRC-FM [San Francisco] 1993
KYA-FM [San Francisco] 1994
KJOY [Stockton CA] 1994
KBGG [San Francisco] 1996
KMGG [Santa Rosa] 1997
KYCY [San Francisco] 1998-2000
KFRC-FM [San Francisco] 2006

Now: John says (3/16), "I've been retired since April 17, 2015." And for a fascinating trip "from the desert southwest through the jungles of South Vietnam to the big-time in San Francisco and Los Angeles," order his book, Tight & Bright: A Diskjockey · Vietnam Memoir.

Mike Flatt
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KSLX [Phoenix AZ] 1997
Now: Mike says, "I am still doing overnights in my comfort zone at Classic Rock KSLX-FM, Phoenix, Arizona."

Ron Flatter
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WEPN [New York NY] 2007
Fox News Radio [New York] 2008

Now: Ron says (3/12), "I am news anchoring on Fox News Radio, New York, NY; and yes, I really lived in Australia, and I really was a winner on The Weakest Link."

Art Fleming
Jeopardy [New York] 197? - TV Host
KMOX [St. Louis] 1980
Passed away in 1995 at age 70.

Jack Fleming
WAJR [Morgantown WV] 1945
WAJR [Morgantown] 1947-1996 -

voice of West Virginia University Mountaineers
KDKA [Pittsburgh PA] 1965 -
voice of the Pittsburgh Steelers
WTAE [Pittsburgh] 1970-1993 -
voice of the Pittsburgh Steelers
Jack Fleming, long-time voice of the Pittsburgh Steelers and West Virginia University Mountaineers (football and basketball), passed away Jan 3, 2001. Wghindsite@aol.com remembers, "It was Jack's voice on the Immaculate Reception when Franco Harris picked up the ball in that Steeler game." Click for much more on Jack.

Jack Fleming
KFXM [San Bernardino CA] 1960
KGIL [Los Angeles CA] 1964
KCKC [San Bernardino] 1965
KPNW [Eugene OR] 1967
KUGN [Eugene] 1975
KWAX [Eugene] 1985

Now: Afternoons at classical KWAX-FM, Eugene, Oregon.

Joshua Fleming
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KZUL [Lake Havasu City AZ] 2005
Now: Joshua says (1/06), "I am currently a National/Regional Account Manager for four FM brands (KZUL, KADD, KRCY, KRRK) in Arizona, Nevada, California."

John Flesch
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WSAU [Wausau WI] 1998-2001
Now: Production Director at Midwest Communications (WIFC, WSAU, WDEZ, WOFM, WIZD, WRIG), Wausau Wisconsin.

Joe Flores
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KIKK [Houston TX] 1994-1994 - Dave Collins
Now: Joe says (12/02), "I operate MediaSouthWest (audio, video, graphic production), Houston, Texas."

Phil Flory
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KBZZ [La Junta CO] 1971-1988 - CE
Now: Phil says (10/06), "I am living in Harlingen, Texas, retired from broadcasting; I spend the Christmas season as a professional Santa, working at the Valley Vista Mall in Harlingen; in the person of Santa, I voice the Christmas commercials for the mall; wear a full beard all year long, and it's a rare day when I am out and about even in the summer that at least one kid doesn't say Hi, Santa."

George Flowers
WLIR [Long Island NY] 1964
WGBB [Long Island] 1965
WAPC [Long Island] 1966
WPAC [Long Island] 1966
WGLI [Long Island] 1966
WWRL [New York NY] 1967
WTHE [Long Island] 1969
WOR-FM [New York] 1969
- George Hunter
WBLS/WLIB [New York] 1976-1976
WCBS-FM [New York] 1981-2006
WABC [New York NY] 1990-2006

Now: George says (05/06), "I am Howard 100, news anchor for Howard Stern, on Sirius satellite radio. Since 1978, I have been doing freelance commercials and corporate narrations in and around New York City, while working part-time in radio and TV (places like WHLI, Hempstead, NY, as a jock, WBBR in New York City doing commercials, and at Channel 13, the PBS station here in the city). Additionally, I am the voice of the Time-Warner all-news cable channel here in the city, New York. I also own an audio recording studio in Manhattan, Trendset Studios. And I teach commercial voice-over announcing, something I began doing in the mid-1970s." Click for more from George.

Max Floyd
KCAR [Clarksville TX] 1957
KTAN [Sherman TX] 1958
KCUL [Mineral Wells TX] 1958
KONO [San Antonio TX] 1960
- Johnny Young
AFRS [Munich Germany] 1962
KCUL [Ft. Worth TX] 1964
KLZ-FM [Denver CO] 1965
KYYS [Kansas City MO] 1974
WLUP-FM [Chicago IL] 1980
WKLS [Atlanta GA] 1981
KYYS [Kansas City] 1983
KYYS [Kansas City] 1997

Now: Max says (1/05), "After they changed the format of KYYS-FM (KY102) in 1997, the staff switched to 99.7KY, with the same call letters (KYYS-FM) to play Classic Rock. I'm still mornings (Max, Tanna and Moffitt). We have been together since 1994. I started the original KLZ-FM in Denver along with Bill Gardner; started the original KY102 in Kansas City; and am lucky to be included in the group of pioneers in the broadcast section of the Rock and Roll Hame of Fame."

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