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Jim Packard, a Wisconsin Public Radio legend, died on Mon.
Sources:Kane's Famous First Facts, 6769 Wisconsin Public Radio Statistical Abstract of the United States 2012, t.
Reporters for Wisconsin Public Radio started pitching and filing to National Public Radio.
So far I've made the "NBC Nightly News" (twice, with different clips from the same interview), Wisconsin Public Radio and a Public Radio International program out of San Diego called "To the Point.
com 1-800-873-2003 A member of the Board of Visitors of the English Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and co-producer of six radio series for Wisconsin Public Radio, Jane Katims now demonstrates her impressive skills as a wordsmith with "Dancing On A Slippery Floor", a very highly recommended book of poetry showcasing an undeniable talent with free verse pieces that evoke recognition and appreciation in the mind of the reader.
95 Hardcover HE8697 Davidson, a Wisconsin Public Radio news producer and anchor, provides a history of the University of Wisconsin radio station WHA, the affiliated state-owned station WLBL, and Wisconsin Public Radio.
Kasmarek has been a guest on Wisconsin Public Radio and his work is the subject of a public television documentary.
Representing the League, I spoke on Wisconsin Public Radio and at several press conferences, wrote letters to the editor and sent action alerts to our members.