440: Satisfaction - Gs-2
Radio Broadcasting History
Radio People by Name (G2)

Paul Godfrey
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CFHK [London ON] 2000
Now: Paul says (Aug 2002), "I am doing sales at Top-40 CFHK-FM (EASY101FM), London, Ontario, Canada."

Robert Goins
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WLLL [Lynchburg VA] 1998 - manager
Now: Station Manager and afternoons at Gospel WLLL, Lynchburg, Virginia.

Lynn Gold
KLIV [San Jose CA] 1994
Now: Lynn says (6/08), "I am a weekend, fill-in news anchor at KLIV-AM in San Jose; and a fill-in anchor at traffic.com, Emeryville, California."

Bill Golden
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KTKT/KLPX [Tucson AZ] 1986-1991
WOXL [Asheville, NC] 2002-2005

Now: Bill says (12/16), "I'm semi-retired in Asheville, NC; assembling material for my memoirs."

Jim Golden
WSCM [Panama City FL] 1966 - Jim West
WPAP [Panama City] 1969 - Jim West
WBSR [Pensacola FL] 1970
WHBQ [Memphis TN] 1979
WCOA [Pensacola] 1980
WKJJ [Louisville KY] 1982
WKRG [Mobile AL] 1984-1988

Now: Jim (Kimbrel) says (8/07), "I owned and operated a small insurance agency in Pensacola FL for 16 years before selling it in 2004. I work as an insurance specialist for the Florida Department of Financial Services and am married with one child. I write and record original jazz and progressive rock music and have won the International RiffRumble competition’s Popular Vote Category several times (conducted by Sonoma Wireworks); my After Hours CD (Card Room Music Productions) is available for sale at cdbaby.com/cd/jimgolden or digstation.com/AlbumDetails.aspx?albumID=ALB000008499."

Jeremy Goldman aka Michael Knight
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WVBR [Ithaca NY] 2005-2007
Now: Jeremy says (12/08), "I am in Atlanta as a project manager for an employee benefits technology company (I know, exciting); one day I hope to get back in the game..."

Bruce Goldsen
WMFD [Wilmington NC] 1976 - Captain Bruce
WLAD [Danbury CT] 1978
WINE [Danbury] 1979
WTFM [Kingsport TN] 1986
- Bruce Johnson
WIVY [Jacksonville FL] 1987
WABJ/WQTE [Adrian MI] 1990
- GM
WKHM/WKHM-FM, WIBM [Jackson MI] 1997- - owner
WCFX [Mt. Pleasant MI] 2000-2003 - owner
Now: Bruce says (July 2002), "I am co-owner of WKHM/WKHM-FM, WIBM, Jackson, Michigan."

Bill Goldsmith
KERR [Salinas CA] 1971
KLRB [Carmel CA] 1972
KQMQ [Honolulu HI] 1976
KPOI [Honolulu] 1977
WCAS [Boston MA] 1979
KFAT [San Jose CA] 1980
- Wild Bill
KHIP [Salinas] 1980 - Wild Bill
KPIG [Freedom CA] 1988 - Wild Bill
KCDU [Carmel CA] 1996-1998
KPIG [Freedom] 1996
- consultant
Now: Bill says (10/03), "I am programing and Internet consultant for KPIG, Freedom, California; and owner/operator of Radio Paradise, the Internet's most popular adult rock radio station."

Paul Goldstein
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KTWV [Los Angeles CA] 2002
Now: Paul says (10/07), "I am VP Programming for Smooth Jazz KTWV-FM, Los Angeles, Calfornia."

G.J. Goldwyn
KKOK [Lompoc CA] 1974 - Little Beaver
KVFM [LA] 1975 - Jimmy Kidd
KIQQ [LA] 1975 - Dr. Greg
XEPRS [Tijuana] 1976 - Dr. Greg Chiwawa Martinez
KCSN [LA] 1977-1979 - Dr. G. Spacey
KVTA [Oxnard CA] 2002
Now: G.J. says (12/04), "My only goal in life, when I was in my late teens and early 20s, was to be a Top-40 DJ. Luckily, I did not achieve my goal and now I make a very good living as a computer network consultant and system administrator for KVTA, KOCP, KFYV, KKZZ, KCAQ and KUNX; I also do A Computer Show on Talk KVTA, Port Hueneme, California."

Dave Golterman
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KVCK [Wolf Point MT] 1998-2001
Now: Dave says (Sep 2002), "I've been out of radio since Feb, 2001. I'm working in sales for a marketing company in Napoleon, North Dakota. I do miss some of the fun of radio and have put together a studio for voice-overs."

Jacque Gonzales aka Jacque James
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KRBV [Dallas TX] 2000-2001
Now: Jacque says (3/07), "I am a show host on QVC (since 2002), broadcasting live from West Chester, Pennsylvania."

Brian Goodenow
Now: Station Manager at WYBR, Big Rapids, MI.

'Brother' Bill Goodman
WORC [Worcester MA] 1964
WICE [Providence RI] 1967
WHIM [Providence] 1969
WSAR [Fall River MA] 1970
WPRO [Providence] 1974
KRLV [Las Vegas NV] 1982
KVEG [Las Vegas] 1990
WSUB [Groton CT] 1995
WARA [Attleboro MA] 1997-1999
- GM
Now: Consulting in the Providence Rhode Island area.

Lee Goodman
WOLF [Syracuse NY] 1974
WZYQ [Frederick MD] 1976
- G.T. Stone
WRUN [Utica NY] 1976
WSEN [Syracuse] 1976
- Lee Martin
WFBL [Syracuse] 1977
WOLF [Syracuse] 1978
WHEN [Syracuse] 1981
WYYY [Syracuse] 1988-1991

Now: Lee says (2/14), "I left radio in 1991; in 2014 was asked to join the launch of a Classic Top 40 Station in Central New York; I am doing a live Saturday night show -- we even take requests on air! The station (www.DinoFM.com) is WNDR-FM and WOLF-HD 3 at 95.3 and 103.9; I also own a sales and marketing company in Central New York."

Ron Goodman
KLRO [San Diego CA] 1968
KOZN [San Diego] 1969
KSDO [San Diego] 1971
WOKZ [Alton IL] 1972
KSD [St. Louis MO] 1973
NBC [New York] 1975
- news
NBC [Washington DC] 1989-1992 - news
Now: Ron says (3/03), "I am producing documents for a large law firm in New York City."

Tim Goodrich aka Skeeter Nash
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KDXY [Jonesboro AR] 2003
Now: Tim/Skeeter says (3/08), "I'm lovin' life, livin' large and working for Saga Communications in Jonesboro (Northeast) Arkansas, doing the number one-rated afternoon drive show on Country KDXY-FM (104.9 The Fox), and voice-tracking the number one-rated evening show in the market on Classic Hits KEGI-FM (100.5 The Eagle)."

Jerry Goodwin
KFDA [Amarillo TX] 1959 - Sam Hill
KBOX [Dallas TX] 1961 - Danny Preston
WQAM [Miami FL] 1962
WKNR [Detroit MI] 1964
WKNR-FM [Detroit] 1968
WABX [Detroit] 1969
WIOT [Toledo OH] 1972
WWWW [Detroit] 1974
WCOZ [Boston MA] 1976
WBCN [Boston] 1979-1982
- The Duke of Madness
WCGY [Boston] 1985 - The Duke of Madness
WROL [Boston MA] 1994-1999
Now: Jerry says (12/05), "I retired in 1999 after forty years on the air. While working in Boston at WCGY I started to teach at The Massachusetts College of Communications, which has since changed it's name to the New England Institute of Art; I have been there since 1990; I teach all aspects of radio, including digital media production and vocal acting."

Al Gordon
Now: Middays at KMEN, San Bernardino, investment executive with Baraban Securities, La Jolla and teaching mathematics courses at Coleman College, San Marcos, California.

Dave Gordon
WFOR/WHER [Hattiesburg MS] 1978
WHSY [Hattiesburg] 1980
KXOW/KACQ [Hot Springs AR] 1983
WMSU [Hattiesburg] 1984
WSVH [Savannah GA] 1986
WCBE [Columbus OH] 1988
KUNR [Reno NV] 1992
WNCW [Asheville NC] 2002
WRKF [Baton Rouge LA] 2006

Now: Dave says (5/09), "I am President and GM of Public WRKF-FM (89.3 - Your NPR News Source), Baton Rouge, Louisiana."

Drew Gordon
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WCED [DuBois PA] 2002
WOWQ [DuBois] 2008

Now: Drew says (9/08), "I am News/Sports Director and doing mornings for Country WOWQ-FM, WQYX-FM, WCPA-AM and WZDB-FM (First Media Radio), DuBois, Pennsylvania."

Jerry Gordon
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KNUU [Las Vegas NV] 1995
Now: News anchor at News/Talk KNUU, Las Vegas, Nevada, "where I also ride my motorcycles a lot."

Kevin Gordon
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WQXR [New York NY] 1995
Now: News anchor at Classical WQXR-FM, New York, New York.

Lee Gordon
WHEB [Portsmouth NH] 1969 - Dana Gordon
WBBX [Portsmouth] 1970 - Dana Gordon
WFEA [Manchester NH] 1971
WPOP [Hartford CT] 1974
WRCQ [Hartford] 1976
WPOP/WIOF/WYSR/WMRQ [Hartford CT] 1979-1997

Now: Lee says (1/06), "I am a booth announcer at WFSB-TV, Channel 3, Hartford, Connecticut and running Lee Gordon Productions (voice-overs). I was Production Director at WPOP and sister station at 104.1 FM through three formats and sets of call letters: Soft Rock WIOF, Adult Contemporary WYSR, and Modern Rock WMRQ, from 1979-1997 when that position was eliminated due to consolidation with other SFX (later Capstar) stations. I now also do televised drawings for the CT Lottery each week."

Scott Gordon
WMJC [Detroit MI] 1983
WCSX [Detroit] 1985
WHYT [Detroit] 1987
- Scott Go Go Gordon
WDFX [Detroit] 1991 - Scott Go Go Gordon
KHTK [St. Louis MO] 1992-1994 - Dr. Detroit
Now: Scott says (7/07), "I am a marketing consultant for major and independent record labels based out of Detroit and Los Angeles."

Tim 'Gonzo' Gordon
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KPAM [Portland OR] 2001-2002
Now: Tim says (12/02), "I am no longer in radio. Doing sales and marketing in Salem, Oregon for Interpretive Exhibits, Inc., a company that designs and fabricates custom museum and visitor center exhibits."

Kathy Gori
KSFO [San Francisco CA] 1969
KMPC [Los Angeles CA] 1972
KIIS [LA] 1975
KTNQ [LA] 1977-1979
KPFK [LA] 1996-1999

Now: Kathy is a screenwriter (since 1979; with her husband) and has just (April 2000) finished a project for Paramount. She says, "I do miss doing the morning show ... not getting up at 5am ... just being on the air. I've got a bad radio jones so I'm already trying to figure out how to get on the air again somewhere ... any suggestions?"

Mike Gorniak
Now: Doing project work for Minneapolis radio stations KEEY, KFAN, KMJZ, KSGS and Radio Maria, Guatemala City, Guatemala. Member of technical committee for the Shoreview FM Group, which jointly owns a 9 station common antenna and transmission plant in Minneapolis-St.Paul,MN.

Cliff Gorski
WESA [Pittsburgh PA] 1983-1996
WLTJ [Pittsburgh] 1987-1989
KQV [Pittsburgh] 1989-1995
Now: Vice-President, Media Relations for Pittsburgh Riverhounds professional soccer team.

Dean Goss
KCBQ [San Diego] 1976
KGB-FM [San Diego] 1979
KRTH [LA] 1981
KODJ [LA] 1989
KFRC/KFRC-FM [San Francisco CA] 1992
KYCY [San Francisco] 1999
KFRC/KFRC-FM [San Francisco] 2001

Now: Mornings at oldies KFRC/KFRC-FM, San Francisco.

Kevin Gossett
KZZP-FM [Phoenix AZ] 1983
KEYN [Wichita KS] 1984
WNCI [Columbus OH] 1985
KKLQ [San Diego CA] 1988
WTHZ [Tallahassee FL] 1990
WGRD-FM [Grand Rapids MI] 1991
WASH [Washington DC] 1994
WNND [Chicago IL] 1997
KESZ [Phoenix] 2005

Now: Kevin says (6/05), "I'm PD at Adult Contemporary KESZ-FM, Phoenix, Arizona."

Frank Gottlieb
WEAK [Midland PA] 1960 - bootleg station owner
WAMO [Pittsburgh] 1966 - Frank the Freak
IIFFV [Viet Nam] 1969 - broadcast specialist
WAMO [Pittsburgh] 1970
KDKA-TV [Pittsburgh] 1970
WTAE-TV [Pittsburgh] 1971
WLWC [Columbus OH] 1975
WCMH-TV [Columbus OH] 1975
QUBE Interactive TV [Columbus OH] 1977
KQV [Pittsburgh] 1985-2012

Frank Gottlieb died Oct 24, 2017 in Pittsburgh, PA. He was 72 years old. See Retired KQV news director Frank Gottlieb dies (post-gazette.com).

Woody Goulart
KVEC [San Luis Obispo CA] 1970
KIQQ [LA] 1972
KFMI [Eureka CA] 1974
WBWB [Bloomington IN] 1977

Now: Woody Goulart, Ph.D. is a writer in Washington, DC.

Don Gould
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WABC [New York NY] 2001-2004
WINS [New York NY] 2006

Now: Don says (8/07), "I am working weekend mornings as sports anchor at 10-10 WINS, New York; the shift starts at 3:50 a.m. when several cups of coffee enable me to negotiate the computer in preparation for the twice-an-hour sportscasts from 5:15 a.m. until noon..."

Ralph Gould
KMEO [Phoenix AZ] 1966 - Ralph Harris
KCLS [Flagstaff AZ] 1969 - Ralph Harris
KEOS [Flagstaff] 1970 - Ralph Harris
KNUS [Dallas TX] 1973 - Chief Eng.
WFAA [Dallas] 1974 - Chief Eng.
KNUS [Dallas] 1973 - Chief Eng.
WBBM-TV [Chicago IL] 1981 - engineer
KERA-TV [Dallas] 1986 - engineer
KDFI-TV [Dallas] 1990 - engineer
KBCI-TV [Boise ID] 1994 - Asst. Chief Eng.
KIVI-TV [Boise] 1996 - Chief Eng.
KBCI-TV [Boise ID] 1994 - Asst. Chief Eng.
Now: Assistant Chief Engineer at KBCI-TV, Boise, Idaho. Click for more from Ralph.

Gordon Govier
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WNWC [Madison WI] 1983-2004
Now: Gordon says (2/04), "I'm working as a freelance journalist through my company SCRIBE MEDIA, Madison Wisconsin."

Bob Gowa
KYMS [LA] 1971
KROQ [LA] 1975
KWST [LA] 1977
KMEL [San Francisco] 1979
KSAN [San Francisco] 1981
KTIM/KTID [San Rafael CA] 1987
KFOG [San Francisco] 1988
KOFY [San Francsico] 1989
Metro Networks [San Francisco] 1990
- Bob Michaels
KGO [San Francisco] 1992
KIOI [San Francsico] 1992
- Bob Michaels
AMI News [San Francisco] 1995 - Bob Michaels
KFGY [Santa Rosa CA] 1997
KYCY [San Francsico] 1999-2001
KGO/KSFO [San Francsico] 2006-2007, 2009

Now: Bob says (4/10), "I am living in the Sonoma Wine Country and doing everything I love about radio: In addition to filling in at Metro and KGO/KSFO, I work for myself, anchoring newscasts for stations in 6 markets and doing a weekly jazz show for KJZY; I also contract out as a voice talent for narrations, spots and IVR scripts."

Allen 'Boogie' Gowan
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WZLA [Abbeville SC] 2001
WLMA [Greenwood SC] 2008

Now: Allen says (12/08), "I am doing the weekly Beach, Boogie, and Blues on Talk WLMA, Greenwood, South Carolina; still playing 33 years later; thanks to all who have been so loyal to me..."

John Grady
WLAN [Lancaster PA] 1966-1981
Now: John (Greineder Jr.) says (10/06), "After 1981, I formed my own DJ services company, which included the first video dances in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania; I retired from DJ services in 2000, and work in my own business under Lancaster Newspapers."

Bill Graff
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KSCO/KOMY [Santa Cruz CA] 2000
Now: Bill says (5/18), "I am production director and chief engineer at News/Talk KSCO/KOMY, Santa Cruz, CA. Still still sending young talent out to carry on our calling. Fortunate to say I have never been without a radio gig and have been very blessed to work with some of the most talented broadcasters on the planet."

Ed Graham
WWIN [Baltimore MD] 1956
WTOW [Baltimore] 1957
WCAO [Baltimore] 1957
AFKN [Seoul Korea] 1960
WWIN [Baltimore] 1962
WBAL [Baltimore] 1964
WFBR [Baltimore] 1965
WENE [Binghamton NY] 1968
- national PD
WITH/WITH-FM [Baltimore] 1968
WWDC/WWDC-FM [Washington DC] 1976
WITH/WITH-FM [Baltimore] 1980
- GM
WNTR [Washington DC] 1985 - GM
WFBR [Baltimore] 1987
American Radio Network [Baltimore] 1988
- VP Programming
WCBM [Baltimore] 1992
WITH [Baltimore MD] 1995-2000
- GM
Now: Ed says (7/17), "Since 2000 I have worked for Computer Sciences Corporation, Baltimore, Maryland as a management analyst."

Janice Graham
WPOM [West Palm Beach FL] 1989
WUNR [Boston] 1993
WRBB [Boston] 1994

Now: Operating a consulting practice in Boston. Click for more on Janice.

Orv Graham
WSOY [Decatur IL] 1970
WSOY-FM [Decatur IL] 1980
WSHY [Shelbyville IL] 1984
- owner
WSOY/WSOY-FM [Decatur IL] 1988 - GM
WXFM [Decatur IL] 1994
Now: Semiretired: taping a few interviews for the WXFM morning show and doing occasional stockbroking for a local investment firm in Decatur, Illinois. Click for more on Orv.

'Tuneful' Tommy Graham
KTCR [Minneapolis MN] 1970
KSTP [Minneapolis] 1972
WYOO [Minneapolis] 1972
WRAH [Minneapolis] 1972
KSTP-FM [St. Paul MN] 1976
KDAN [St. Paul] 1978
KLAS [Las Vegas NV] 1980-1985
KGBC [Galveston TX] 1999
KSNR [Grand Forks ND] 2000
KZLK [Rapid City SD] 2002
KCCR [Pierre SD] 2002

Now: PM drive at Classic Rock KCCR Pierre, South Dakota. Tommy says (4/03), "I have always worn two hats: broadcasting and live performing as a pianist-singer-band leader. In addition to 5 days a week in pm drive, I am playing and singing at the renowned historical landmark in South Dakota, the Saint Charles Hotel. I was blessed by being brought into the business in 1970 by the co-founder of Top-40 radio, Bill Stewart. My other major mentor in broadcasting is my life-long friend and radio legend Dave Diamond, who ruled California airwaves for decades and is now the CEO of the Radio-TV Broadcasting Department at Black Hills State University. I have just completed a major book deal and a motion picture is forthcoming that will feature my original score. Full details of everything available at my Web site."

Tony Graham
WEEP [Pittsburgh] 1958
KDKA [Pittsburgh] 196?
Westinghouse Broadcasting [New York NY] 196?

Tony retired from broadcasting and owned an art gallery in New York for several years. He passed away in the early 1990s.

Dave Graichen
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KSYL [Alexandria LA] 2001
Now: Dave says (4/09), "I am Ops Mgr, Chief Engineer and talk host at Talk KSYL, Alexandria, Louisiana; I also host 2 Internet stations (Kdave.us & krrvonline.com)."

Stan Grams aka Johnny Dart
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WVTN [Gatlinburg] 1981-1983 - station mgr
Now: Stan says (1/03), "I'm retired in Zephyrhills, FL; volunteering for Mission Support Services, Inc."

Gary Granger
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WKTK [Gainesville FL] 1985-1999 - VP, GM
Now: Gary says (4/04), "I am with Clear Channel in Melbourne, Florida."

Larry Grannis
KUSC [LA] 1950
KALI [Los Angeles CA] 1955
KWOW [LA] 1956
KWIZ [LA] 1961
KYMS [LA] 1971
- GM
KNOB [LA] 1973 - GM
Now: mockme@seanet.com reports, "Larry went into the computer biz in the 1970s. Now retired and living in Southern California."

Alan Grant
WLIR [Long Island NY] 1951
WBAB [Long Island NY] 1953
WTMI [Long Island NY] 1953
WRFM [New York NY] 1957
WWRL [New York] 1959
WABC-FM [New York] 1962
KJAZ [San Francisco] 1973
KNPR [Las Vegas] 1982

Now: Alan is retired and living in New Zealand. Click for more on Alan.

Bob Grant
KNX [Los Angeles CA] 1959
KABC [Los Angeles] 1962
KLAC [LA] 1968
WMCA [New York NY] 1970
WOR [New York] 1977
WABC [New York] 1984
WOR [New York] 1996
WABC [New York] 2006-2012

Bob Grant (Robert Ciro Gigante) died Dec 31, 2013 (age 84); see Bob Grant, legendary New York talk radio pioneer, dead at 84 (New York Daily News).

Felix Grant
WWDC [Washington DC] 1945
WMAL [Washington DC] 1953
WRC [Washington DC] 1984
WDCU [Washington DC] 1987-1993

Michael Brown reports (4/09), "After a career in radio spanning over 40 years, Felix Grant passed away at age 74 on Oct 13, 1993 (liver cancer). A great Felix Grant archive has been established at the University of the District of Columbia that features his famous interviews with jazz musicians and Felix Grant's donated albums, books, music along with a variety of other research tools about jazz dedicated to this fine DJ." See Felix E. Grant Collection.

Elizabet Grattan
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WAYM [Nashville TN] 2005-2005
Now: Elizabeth says (5/05), "I own RADIOELIZABETH, Nashville, Tennessee: tracking, imaging and commercial voice-over."

Dave Graveline
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WIOD [Miami FL] 1992-1996
Now: Dave says (1/03), "Into Tomorrow with Dave Graveline started in 1995. It's a 3-hour national radio program (as well as 60 second daily features) covering the latest in consumer electronics & technology. The show airs on over 100 stations every Sunday (check the Web site for more info). I'm also a former Metro-Dade police officer."

Dave Graveline
Now: Host/Executive Producer of "Into Tomorrow" Radio Network. Also a former Metro-Dade Police Officer for 8 years. Currently also owns Advanced Telephone in Miami Lakes, a telecommunications company specializing in pagers, cellular, caller ID, ads-on-hold and business telephone systems.

Dick Gray
KRUX [Phoenix] 1962
KUPD [Phoenix] 1968

Dick Gray passed away Dec 31, 1968. Click for more on Dick.

Jimmy Gray
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WHJJ [Providence, RI] 1998-2000
Now: Jimmy says (2/07), "I finished with broadcasting in 2000; got series 7 and 63 stock brokerage licenses and worked with Fidelity Investments until 2002; am working from home doing investments."

Jon Grayson
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KMOX [St. Louis MO] 2000
Now: Doing various programs on News/Talk KMOX, St. Lousi, Missouri.at Jon says (3/04), "I'm having a great time on the air in St. Louis, talking to more than half the country every night."

Rob Grayson
WBAQ [Greenville MS] 1972
WDDT [Greenville] 1973
WJDX [Jackson MS] 1975
- Bobby Grey
WKOR [Jackson] 1975 - Bobby Grey
WHBQ [Memphis TN] 1976 - Robert Grey
WKTQ [Pittsburgh PA] 1977 - Bobby Grey
WMPS [Memphis] 1978 - Robert Grey
WYIG [Jackson, MS] 1978
WZXR [Memphis] 1979
WMC [Memphis] 1985
WEGR [Memphis] 1986
WMC-FM [Memphis] 1988
WSRR [Memphis] 1996
WRVR [Memphis] 1998
WMC-FM [Memphis] 2000
WOTO [Memphis] 2002
SIRIUS Satellite Radio [New York NY] 2005-2005
- 13/Elvis
WKNO/WKNP [Memphis/Jackson] 2008
Now: Rob says (12/08), "I am the local anchor for Morning Edition on Public WKNO-FM, Memphis and WKNP-FM, Jackson, Tennessee."

Greaseman# (Doug Tracht)
WAXC [Rochester NY] 1972
WKBW [Buffalo NY] 1973
WPOP [Hartford CT] 1974
WRC [Washington DC] 1974
WAPE [Jacksonville FL] 1976
WWDC-FM [Washington DC] 1981
WARW [Bethesda MD] 1998-1999

Now: Doug says, "I'm doing my own syndicated morning show. You can hear it on-line every day at www.Live365.com."
Larry White remembers: The Greaseman appeared only one night on WKBW in Buffalo as part of a promotion that then KB program director, Jefferson Kaye, staged. He was looking for a new 7-12 midnight jock and brought in several guys from across the country to "audition".

Verna Greathouse
KWIZ [Los Angeles CA] 1974 - music dir
KLVE [Los Angeles] 1976 - music dir
Programme Shoppe [Hollywood CA] 1972 - music dir/talent coordinator
Filmways Radio [Hollywood] 1975-1978 - music dir
Now: Verna says (2/07), "If this site is only for on-air personalities, then I shouldn't have signed up; mostly, I was a music director or talent coordinator; I spent six years in radio (mostly in Los Angeles) from about 1971 to 1978. I am now a Clinical Social Worker at Patton State Hospital (for the forensic mentally ill), Patton, California. I still have hundreds of record albums and 45s from my old radio days; even have some reel-to-reel tapes of some of the radio shows we did." Click for more from Verna.

Alex Grech
Radio MAS [Valletta, Malta] 1993
Capital Radio [Valletta, Malta] 1996

Now: Alex says (2/07), "Here we are, in Malta, enjoying every minute of radio presenting; my top two shows are REFLEX (The 80s Show), a 3.5 hrs every Saturday morning and SHAFT (70s) every Sunday night; I also present drive times on Mon, Wed and Fri so it's quite a lot considering that it's part-time; and I'm a DJ and promoter of 80s disco parties (definitely the biggest in Europe) attended by over 3000 people (more info on reflexmalta.com). I've been a fan of the Duran Duran since 1981; in 2004, I took a group of 55 Maltese Duran Duran fans over to London to catch the band live -- little did I know that once I'm in London, the band's PR man shall contact me to ask if I'd like to meet the band members and interview them backstage before the concert (photos and whole story is on reflexmalta.com)."

Bill Green
KQV [Pittsburgh] 1968
Now: ???

Bob Green
WSAY [Rochester NY] 1958
WKMH [Detroit MI] 1961
WQAM [Miami] 1962
WKNR [Detroit] 1963
KULF [Houston TX] 1972
Bob Green Productions [Houston] 1973
- owner
Now: Running Bob Green Productions (audio for radio, TV and corporate), Houston, Texas. Bob says (4/96), "I haven't been able to throw out over 700 reels of tape from the 1960s radio yet. Even the master Pams jingles."

Bud Green
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WFRY [Watertown NY] 2004
Now: Bud says (9/04), "I am doing PM drive Country WFRY-FM (Froggy 97), Watertown, New York. The group of professionals here at Regent Broadcasting of Watertown and the community are great to work with, so I think I will stay for awhile and continue to learn."

Dan Green
Now: TV news anchor at KSBW-TV, Salinas/Monterey Ca.

Jonathan Green
WGLD [Cleveland OH] 1963
WERE [Cleveland] 1964
WLEC [Sandusky OH] 1964
WTVN [Columbus OH] 1965
AFN-E [Frankfurt, Germany] 1968
WTMJ [Milwaukee WI] 1969
WDAE [Tampa FL] 1981
WZUU [Milwaukee] 1982
WTMJ [Milwaukee] 1983

Now: PM drive at News/Talk WTMJ, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Michael Green
WIVY [Jacksonville FL] 1977
WQIK [Jacksonville] 1979
WTMA [Charleston SC] 1980
WKTM [Charleston] 1982
WXLY [Charleston] 1984
WAVF [Charleston] 1987
WEZL [Charleston] 1990
WKAK [Albany GA] 1998-2004
WDEN [Macon GA] 2006-2006

Now: Mike says (5/08), "I'm general manager of a hotel in Atlanta, Georgia; I love Charleston, SC, worked at some great radio stations there, and owned a limousine service; I'm not in radio at the moment and boy do I miss it."

Steve Green
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WRBA [Panama City FL] 2004-2005 - GM
WLLJ [Chattanooga TN] 2007 - station mgr
Now: Steve says (12/09), "I'm loving life as station manager at Contemporary Christian WLLJ-FM, Chattanooga, Tennessee."

Bob Greenfield aka Bob Booker
KSDR [Watertown SD] 1975
KELO [Sioux Falls SD] 1978
KKRC [Sioux Falls] 1979
KSDN [Aberdeen SD] 1980
KQDJ [Jamestown ND] 1982
KHOW [Denver CO] 1983
KBPI [Denver] 1985
KAZY [Denver] 1987
KNUS [Denver] 1989
Jones Radio Network [Denver] 1992

Now: Bob says (4/06), "I'm a sports engineer in Denver, Colorado; I go to ball games for a living; set up and run broadcasts for visiting teams at Nuggets, Avalanche, Broncos, etc.; also travel to do the same for Westwood One. Still working part time at Jones on the CD Country format. Married, two girls, suburban life in Foxfield, SE of Denver. What a business, huh?"

Dan Greenfield
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WAYS [Macon GA] 1998-2000 - Doowop Dan
Now: Dan says (1/03), "I am a staff attorney for the Georgia Court of Appeals in Atlanta. Still have the radio bug, though, especially for those oldies."

Dan Greenwald
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WHBR [Altoona PA] 1977-1979 - Michael V. Gannon
Now: Dan says (7/99), "I am a certified registered nurse anesthetist practicing in Mt. Vernon, Washington."

Billy Greenwood
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WSIX [Nashville, TN] 2011
Now: Billy says (4/12), "I moved back to Nashville to step in behind the legendary country jock, Gerry House (mornings at WSIX-FM); there's nothing better (in country radio) than waking up Music Row."

Charlie Greer
WABC [New York] 1960
Passed away Sept. 30, 1996.

David Greer
Now: Publisher of the Kentucky Standard, Bardstown, Kentucky.

Art Gregory
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KHEZ [Caldwell ID] 1989-1992
Now: Art says (Aug 2002), "I run an in-house ad agency in the Boise, Idaho market for a retail chain, so I'm still in the business and write and produce spots weekly."

Brian Gregory
KPUG [Bellingham WA] 1976
KBOI [Boise ID] 1977
KJRB [Spokane WA] 1977
KEZE [Spokane] 1981
KBOI [Boise] 1983
KCIX [Boise] 1986
KVI [Seattle WA] 1988
KZOK [Seattle] 1991
KJR-FM [Seattle] 1998
KIRO [Seattle] 1998
theDial.com [Seattle] 2000-2003
KOMO [Seattle] 2002-2012

Now: Brian says (6/12), "I am retired from radio, in Seattle, Washington."

John Gregory
WFOB [Toledo OH] 1967
WLEC [Sandusky OH] 1970
WFOB [Toledo] 1978
WFIN Findlay OH] 1983
WGIG [Brunswick GA] 1989-2000

Now: John says (9/06), "I had an extremely popular and successful talk show in Brunswick, Georgia called Straight Talk until 2000. After 38 years in radio, I became disgusted with the turn radio had taken and went into local government service in Brunswick, Georgia, where I reside today."

Norm Gregory
KJRB [Spokane] 1968
KJR [Seattle] 1968
KZOK [Seattle] 1975
- GM
KJR [Seattle] 1982
KOMO [Seattle] 1984
KJR-FM [Seattle] 1994-2000

Now: Norm says, "I left KJR-FM in April 2000, right before the change in call letters (can you believe those boneheads?) and format."

Pete Gregory
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KTHI [Boise ID] 2002-2003
Now: Pete says (3/04), "I own a pallet business in Boise, Idaho. I do free lance announcing; looking to get back into broadcasting."

Steve Gregory
WVAR [Richwood WV] 1970
WAGG [Nashville TN] 1977
WBDY [Bluefield VA] 1977
WHIS/WHAJ [Bluefield] 1978
WWVA-TV [Bluefield] 1986
WCIR [Beckley WV] 1988
- Sales Mgr
WKOY/WKMY [Bluefield] 1989 - VP: Sales
WYVE/WXBX [Wytheville] 1998
Now: Steve says, "I left WYVE/WXBX in May of 1999. I am currently working my own mobile deejay/karaoke service and doing radio and TV production for select clients in the market on a retainer basis here in Princeton, West Virginia."

Anne Gress
WIQI/WUSA [Tampa FL] 1984-1989 - Anne Clarke
WUSF [Tampa] 1984-1987
WMNF [Tampa] 1985-1987
WNLT/WMTX [Tampa] 1984-1987
- Anne Austin
WRBQ-FM [Tampa] 1990 - Anne Sommers
WFLZ [Tampa] 1990 - CoCo Deeluxe
WSNI [Philadelphia PA] 1991 - Anne Austin
WJJZ [Philadelphia] 1996
WUSL [Philadelphia] 2000
WOGL [Philadelphia] 2003

Now: Anne says (10/03), "I am Program Director (off air) at Oldies WOGL-FM, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania."

Joel Grey
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KKLT [Phoenix AZ] 2003
Now: Joel is Program Director at Adult Contemporary KKLT-FM, Phoenix, Arizona.

Jim Griffey aka J.J. Sanford
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WQHZ [Erie PA] 2003
Now: Jim says (9/03), "I am Production Director for Regent Broadcasting of Erie (WXKC, WXTA, WQHZ, WRIE). I also do a weekend shift on our Classic Rock station, WQHZ, using the name J.J. Sanford. I am an Erie, Pennsylvania native and have worked in Erie radio for 30 years."

Doug Griffin
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WAYM [Nashville TN] 1998-2001
Now: Doug says (8/05), "I'm still in radio - Syndicated on the Salem Music Network - Doug & Kim - Your Family Friendly Morning Show".

Tad Griffin
WMC-FM [Memphis TN] 1976
WHBQ [Memphis] 1978
WTMA [Charleston SC] 1980
- T.J. Griffin
WSSX [Charleston] 1981 - T.J. Griffin
WCCO [Minneapolis MN] 1982 - T.J. Griffin
KELT [McAllen/Brownsville TX] 1984 - T.J. Griffin
WKHK [Richmond VA] 1989
WSOC [Charlotte NC] 1993

Tad Griffin died Sep 20, 2012 in Richmond, VA (cancer; age 54). See Tad Griffin Obituary (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Dave Griffith
KKYX [San Antonio TX] 1994
KONO-FM [San Antonio] 1998

Now: Dave says (2/07), "I am still playing the hits PM drive at Oldies KONO-FM, San Antonio, Texas."

Tommy Griffiths
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WNOR-FM [Norfolk VA] 1994
Now: Mornings at Rock WNOR-FM (Tommy and Rumble), Norfolk, Viginia.

John Grimes
KSTP [St Paul MN] 1956
WGBS [Miami FL] 1957
WNEW [New York NY] 1961
WHN [New York] 1962
WCBS [New York] 1970
ABC radio [New York NY] 1972
- correspondent
Now: Retired from ABC in 1997. Currently doing free-lance, voice-overs, documentaries and books on tape. Click for more on John.

Mike Grimm
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KMOX [St. Louis MO] 2001
Now: Mike says (4/04), "I'm hosting St. Louis Cardinals post-game shows and am a co-host of the KMOX Sports Open Line."

Mimi Griswold
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WTKW [Syracuse NY] 1993
Now: Mimi says (1/08), "I'm PD and doing PM drive at Classic Rock WTKW-FM, Syracuse New York; also VP/Programming for Galaxy Communications; host of the comfortably eclectic Blue Moon Cafe Sunday mornings on WTKW since 1993."

Peter Grobe
WFAS [White Plains NY] 1962-1966
WSAY [Rochester NY] 1963-1964
- Mike Melody, Bobby Bell
WBBF [Rochester] 1964-1966
WHAM [Rochester] 1966-1971
WHFM [Rochester] 1967-1971
- mgr
WQXR [New York NY] 1971-1975
WPAT [Patterson NY] 1972-1973
WVIP [Mt.Kisco NY] 1973-1976

Now: Peter says (11/07), "I'm living in Northern Westchester, doing freelance VOs, medical/technical narration, training films, books on tape and professional photography since the mid 1970s; I really enjoy the challenge of bringing the written word to life; photography allows me the freedom to create and the opportunity to seek and share the beauty of people and nature in visually compelling images; communication is what it's all about. Radio was really exciting during the heyday of sex, drugs and rock 'n roll in the 1960s and 1970s; after that it became a job being confined to a little room, talking to myself and watching the seconds of my life tick away punctuated by station breaks, news, commercials and weather; I had to get out and smell the roses -- that's when I began to get serious about photography, which had been a hobby since forever; I literally grew up in a darkroom by my father's side as he developed pictures (it was junior high school before I realized that not everyone got up from the dinner table and went downstairs to develop pictures); having cut my teeth on Rolleiflexes and SpeedGraphics with 'normal' lenses, I rediscovered the magic in the box with a Nikon camera with wide angle and telephoto lenses; I have never looked back except to enjoy where I have been and I continue to look forward and find beauty and joy all around me."

Gil Gross
WLS [Chicago IL] 1971 - +ABC Net
WABC [New York NY] 1974 - +ABC Net
WNBC [New York] 1975 - +NBC Net
WCBS [New York] 1978-1981
RKO Net [New York] 1978-1984
ABC Net [New York] 1985
WABC [New York] 1986-1988
WOR [New York] 1988
- +ABC Net
CBS Net [New York] 1992
WWDB [Philadelphia PA] 1999
ABC Net [New York] 2000
KLAC [Los Angeles CA] 2001
KGO [San Francisco CA] 2004
KKSF [San Francisco] 2012

Now: Gil says (6/16), "I'm doing middays at News/Talk KKSF, San Francisco, California."

Paul Grosso
KTIM [San Rafael CA] 1971
After Dark v3.0 [San Rafael CA] 199?
- voice in Bad Dog
Now: In the computer business in San Francisco, Clifornia.

Barnie Groven
WKLO [Louisville KY] 1959
KRIZ [Phoenix AZ] 1962
WKLO [Louisville] 1964

Now: Passed away in October, 1998 (lung cancer).

George Groves (Granny Goose)
KGMB [Honolulu] 1964
KSSK [Honolulu] 1975
KGMB-TV [Honolulu] 1996

Now: Special Producer in Program Development at KGMB-TV, Channel 9 and doing TV/Radio voice-overs in Honolulu.

Sid Grubbs aka The Mojo Man
WCNG [Pittsburgh PA] 1962 - Mr. D the Mojo Man
WHLL [Wheeling WV] 1964 - Mr. D the Mojo Man
WING [Dayton OH] 1967
WCEF [Parkersburg WV] 1968
WOHO [Toledo OH] 1968
WNIO [Niles OH] 1969
WORD [Spartanburg SC] 1970
WISE [Asheville NC] 1970
WGOW [Chattanooga TN] 1971
WPDQ [Jacksonville FL] 1971
WIFE [Indianapolis IN] 1971
- 1 night only [in Aug 1971] more here
WNAM [Neenah WI] 1972
WRKT [Titusville FL] 1973-1973

Now: Sid says (7/17), "Since 1981 I have been married to a wonderful girl and we had a successful wholesale ice cream business near Pittsburgh, PA. I worked for two PDs who I really looked up to, Jack Gale at WPDQ, Jacksonville and Sam Holman at WOHO, Toledo; and one great station owner, Lew Dickey Sr. Lew grew up in the same area I did near Pittsburgh. Several things that man said to me I'll remember forever (a brilliant mind)." Click for more from Sid.

Kurt Grow
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KILO [Colorado Springs CO] 1981-1993
Now: Kurt says (5/04), "December 2003, I retired from Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado Springs, Colorado; taught radio and TV skills to students for 30 years and programmed and managed college station KEPC 89.7 FM."

Emil Guillermo
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KSTE [Sacramento CA] 1995-1998
Now: Emil says (11/05), "I am working in San Francisco, and as newspaper columnist since 1995."

Roy 'the Bell Boy' Gunderson
KIMN [Denver] 1958
KOA [Denver] 1962-1970

Now: Maribeth Lewis, KIMN News, reports (6/04), "Roy 'the Bell Boy' Gunderson died June 2, 2004 (age 77). He had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1995, and had spent the past nine years fighting the disease with admirable courage and grace. Roy's son, John, told us (3/02), "My dad was at KIMN from 1958-1961 and had the 3-7 shift, which was listened to by over 50% of the listening audience. He left KOA radio in 1970 to go into the insurance business, retiring from that in 1986. He considered KIMN to be one of the highlights of his life."

Johnny Gunn
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KGIL [Los Angeles CA] 1981-1989
Now: Johnny says (1/09), "I am retired in Morro Bay, California -- been here since 1999, doing a little broadcast advertising, making a retail jewelry item, just about to publish a book; from 1967 to 1979 I was half of Gunn-Vigran Spots, with actor Herb Vigran..."

Mark Gunn
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WGZB [Louisville KY] 2001
Now: Program Director at Urban Contemporary WGZB (B96) and Hip Hop WBLO (Hot 104), Louisville, Kentucky.

Brinke Guthrie
WKRQ [Cincinnati OH] 1980
WRRM [Cincinnati] 1993-1999
KUIC [Vacaville CA] 2004

Now: Weekends at Hot AC KUIC-FM, Vacaville, CA. Brinke says (4/04), "Since 2000, I have been Website Editor for CNET Radio, San Francisco, California."

Gary Guthrie
WKYX [Paducah KY] 1971 - Gary Radio
WNOE/WNOE-FM [New Orleans LA] 1973 - Trigger Black/Max Bozeaux
XEROK [Juarez, Mexico] 1974 - B.J. McCallister
WRNO [New Orleans] 1974
KTFM [San Antonio TX] 1975
WAKY [Louisville KY] 1977
WMC-FM [Memphis TN] 1979
KOPA [Phoenix AZ] 1982
- GM
WZLX [Boston MA] 1985
WQMF/WQNF [Louisville] 1992

Now: Gary left radio in 1995 to form Talking Point Graphics Inc.. He says, "We develop high-end presentations for people like CBSMarketwatch.com, Fox Sports, Procter & Gamble, and General Electric. I still maintain an interest in radio through some content licensing to Radio Online, however."

Ben. Gutierrez
KCYX [McMinnville OR] 1983
KHVH [Honolulu] 1991
KHNR [Honolulu] 1993-1999

Now: Reporter/weatherperson at KITV (ABC Channel 4), Honolulu, Hawaii.

Sue Guzman
WHN [New York NY] 1984
WNCN [New York] 1987-1995
WFAN [New York] 1987-1995
WNSR [New York] 1988-1992
WAXQ [New York] 1994-1998
WINS [New York] 1996
WHUD [Peekskill NY] 2004

Now: Sue says (6/06), "I am AM News Anchor at Adult Contemporary WHUD-FM; I continue to do freelance voice-over work, and books on tape, as well as news anchoring per diem at 1010 WINS."

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